Girls’ Golf: Wibben Ties for 8th at Flint Hills

Samantha Wibben carded a 49 as the Panther senior finished in a tie for 8th at yesterday’s Southeast Conference meet at Flint Hills Golf Course in Burlington.

Wibben tied with Fairfield junior Viola Welsh for 8th.

Mount Pleasant sophomore Kylie Walderbach tied for 19th.

Walderbach carded a 56.

Lauren Briggs of Burlington was the meet medalist shooting a low score of 40.

Keokuk’s Natalie Ames finished second with a 41 while teammates Makenna Conrad and Kaylin Long — both of Washington — finished with 43’s for third.

Washington won the team race with 180 strokes, with Keokuk placing second.

Mount Pleasant — with just two golfers competing — did not have enough players for a team score.

Boys’ Golf: Kempker Medalist at Sheaffer Memorial

Mount Pleasant senior Reece Kempker picked up medalist honors, carding a 1-under 34 as Mount Pleasant second at the last Southeast Conference boys’ golf meet of the year.

Nick Matheney finished as runner up with a 39.

Washington won the team race with 173 strokes.

Tyler Wade was the leader for Fort Madison with a 42. Nick Profeta paced Keokuk registering a 43.

Fairfield, Fort Madison and Keokuk went 3rd, 4th, and 5th respectively.

Washington won the season championship with 856 strokes over five different courses.

Girls’ Tennis: Mount Pleasant Falls to Hounds

Melanie Olivas earned her first varsity singles win, 8-4 over Fort Madison’s Brianna Wright but it was the Bloodhounds who picked up a 6-3 win over Mount Pleasant yesterday.

Ellie Situmeang won in No. 4 singles, coming from behind for an 8-6 triumph.

In No. 1 doubles, Savana Walls and Olivas rolled to an 8-2 win.

Fort Madison improved to 4-2.

Mount Pleasant dropped to 0-7.

Boys’ Tennis: Mount Pleasant Rolls Again

Mount Pleasant yielded just two points to Fort Madison in singles play as the Panthers swept the Bloodhounds last night at East Lake Park.

Owen Vansickel got the day started with a 10-1 win in No. 1 singles and Levi Graber followed suit with a 10-1 win of his own in No. 2 singles.

Elliot Cook, Tim Cam and Lou Schimmelpfennig all won 10-0.

In doubles, Van Sickel and Graber won 10-0 with Cook and Cam surging to a 10-2 win.

The Panthers improved to 5-1 with the win.

Girls’ Soccer: Lopreato Scores Four Times as Panthers Win

Andrea Lopreato scored four goals helping lead Mount Pleasant to a 5-4 extra time win last night over Washington.

Lopreato also had an assist in the win.

Elly Manning had a goal and three assists, while Charice Auwerda also assisted.

Evelyn Escobar made eight saves in the victory.

The win moved moved Mount Pleasant to 5-3.

The team will be back on the pitch on Thursday when they take on Keokuk.

Boys’ Soccer: Demons Blank Mount Pleasant

Washington scored twice in the first half, shutting out Mount Pleasant for a 2-0 win.

The Demons improved to a sparkling 8-1 on the season.

Mount Pleasant dropped to 2-9.

They’ll travel to Calvert Stadium Thursday to battle the 1-8 Keokuk Chiefs.

Kick is set for 6:45 p.m.