Metro prep sports roundup for Tuesday, May 9

Scores and stats for metro prep sports.

Golf ball

Girls Soccer

Fargo Shanley 2, Fargo North 1

FARGO — Fargo Shanley scored the game’s first two goals, both in the second half, and held off North in an EDC matchup on Tuesday.

Shanley’s Mia Metzger scored the game’s first goal on an assist from Aubrey Dew. Dew made it 2-0 with a goal on an assist from Nora Roney.

Emily Welk scored North’s goal on an assist from Annika Lee.

Shanley goalkeeper Ashland Roach made one save and North’s Anna Nelson stopped seven shots.

Fargo Davies 15, Fargo South 0

FARGO — Fargo Davies showcased its offensive firepower in an EDC win over South on Tuesday.


Davies’ Sophie Bjerke, Quinn Skari, Ava Dorsam and Gabby Bryn all scored two goals. The Eagles also got goals from Madison Barnick, Leighton Roberson, Chloe Soleim, Marit Liekelema, Kaia Davison, Addy Lura and Olivia Nelson.

Grand Forks Central 4, West Fargo 1

WEST FARGO — Grand Forks Central defeated West Fargo in an EDC game on Tuesday.

WF Sheyenne 2, GF Red River 2

GRAND FORKS — West Fargo Sheyenne and Grand Forks Red River played to a tie in an EDC game on Tuesday.

Boys golf

Sheyenne wins Roughrider invite

GRAND FORKS — West Fargo Sheyenne shot 291 to best second-place Fargo Davies by nine shots at the Roughrider Invitational at King’s Walk Golf Course on Tuesday.

Fargo North placed third at 302, two shots behind Davies, and Grand Forks Red River was fourth at 303. Fargo Shanley placed fifth at 308.

Fargo South’s Evan Booth shot 68 to edge Shanley’s Zach Skarperud by one shot. Davies’ Porter Seidel shot 70 to place third, Sheyenne’s Nate Peyerl was fourth with a 71 and Red River’s Carson Skarperud, Sheyenne’s Andrew Wilhelm and North’s Carson Hannestad all shot 72 to tie for fifth.

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