Blue Jay Summary: Football wins fifth in a row, baseball splits in Mandan

Jamestown, N.D.; (NewsDakota.com) — The Jamestown High School Athletics Games rolled on Tuesday night as the Blue Jay girls’ soccer team took their fifth straight win, boys’ golf finished fifth at the Mandan, and the baseball team split their double header against the Braves.

Girls’ Soccer: JAMESTOWN 5, Century 1

Haley Nelson delivered another hat-trick in the WDA play as the great player helped the Blue Jays to their fifth win in a row. Jamestown and Century equalized by one point after the first half, before Claire Frolish scored the green goal in the 46th minute in the second half. Nelson scored twice in the second half, and Emma Hillerod scored her second goal of the year to help Jamestown win 5-1. Goalkeeper Olivia Sorley saved nine saves as the Geez won both games against Century this season. Jamestown is now 6-4 overall and in the WDA and will travel to Minot on Friday.

WDA GIRLS SOCCER Stands

difference Asyut. points Effect GF-GA Total
Minute 9-0-0 33 W10 48-2 10-0-0
legacy 6-3-0 21 W2 30-21 6-3-0
Bismarck height 6-2-1 19 W1 34-9 6-2-1
Jamestown 6-4-0 18 W5 23-15 6-4-0
Mandan 3-3-2 11 L1 16-13 3-3-2
a century 3-6-1 10 L3 12-21 3-6-1
Saint Mary’s 1-8-0 3 L2 2-41 1-8-0
Williston 0-8-0 0 L8 5-47 0-8-0

Boy golf: Jay puts 5th place in Mandan Invitational

Andrew Wales tied for eighth with his shot of 79 on Tuesday at Mandan as Jamestown finished fifth overall from 11 competing teams. Jays shot 338 as a team and will head to DC on Friday to compete at Hawktree Golf Course.

Single scores: Jamestown (338): Andrew Walz, 79; Jordan Dooley, 86 years old; Cameron Anderson, 86 years old; Hunter Giggalman, 87; Easton Romsdale, 88; Luc Lefevre, 95

Team final scores: 1. Century, 311; 2 – Dickinson 313; 3 – Minot, 316; 4 – Mandan, 332; 5 – Jamestown, 338; 6. St. Mary, 357;
7. Legacy 360; 8 – Bismarck height, 364; 9 – Williston, 373; 10 – Watford City, 413; TMCHS, Inc.

Baseball: G1 – MANDAN 4, JAMESTOWN 1 | G2 – Jamestown 4, Mandan 2

The Blue Jays scored three runs at the top of the fourth in the second half in order to force a split header against the Braves. Mason Lunzman took the win in game two on the hill, taking all seven innings, hitting six, and allowing five hits. Preston Gal was 2 vs 4 with a doubling in game two.

Jamestown returns to Jack Brown Stadium on Thursday when it hosts Minot. Start time is set to 4:30 PM and coverage can be heard on Jamestown 1071/1400, online at newsdakota.com, or on the Jamestown 1071.1 app.

WDA BASEBALL Rules

a team GP Asyut. win pct. Effect Total
Dickinson 12 11-1 .846 W9 16-2
legacy 12 10-2 .800 W5 12-4
Minute 9 7-2 .714 W2 8-5
Jamestown 12 7-5 .583 W1 7-5
Mandan 12 7-5 .583 L1 11-5
a century 11 6-5 .545 L2 7-7
Williston 10 4-6 .400 W2 7-9
Saint Mary’s 12 4-8 .333 L4 7-11
Bismarck height 14 3-11 .214 L4 3-18
Watford City 14 0-14 .000 L 14 2-16

BLUE JAYS takes second place in track and field for boys and girls

The Jamestown track and field team hosted their second home meet of the year, finishing behind Kindred and ahead of Wahpeton in both the boys’ and girls’ races. Full meeting results are available here.

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