Nersten Gets Wish As Lady Comets Heat-up to 20 Run Victory

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Nersten Gets Wish As Lady Comets Heat-up to 20 Run Victory

Coach Craig Nersten noted hot hitting from a few girls following a tough loss to Barnsevill this week. Calling on Senior Laura Tungseth and Junior Megan Aasness, Nersten hoped the rest of the team would follow hot hitting from the two leaders. His mid-season wish came true.

Ortonville didn't have a chance in the game following two huge innings from the Comets after Nersten set his team on fire. With 13 hits, and 12 free trips on the game, the Comets turned over a new leaf. Only striking out 3 times, the Comets stood tall at the plate. Senior Abby Taylor blasted her 3rd home run of the season, providing 3 runs following her day at the plate. Megan Aasness continued her hot-streak, going 3-4 at the plate, enabling her to score 2 runs while adding 2 stolen bases to her stat line. Outfielder Kari Simonsen answered Coach Nersten's call as well with 4 RBIs following her 2 hit afternoon, and third baseman Lydia Tostenson caught fire with a pair of hits that drove in 3 runs. 

"I was very pleased that our outfielders played a solid and aggressiv game," noted Head Coach Craig Nersten with a grin. "We played a very disciplined game today, both in the field and at the plate. It's encouraging to see that our girls are starting to put their minds together with their physical gifts."

The Comets played to the 5th inning on Laura Tungseth's 6 strikeout day from the mound. Following the 15-run rule, the Comets set their sights to Breckenridge on Thursday, with a home game Friday before the weekend, hoping to enter Saturday at .500 with their sights on playoffs.

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McGuire's 4 hits Pairs with Christenson's Free Trips to Beat Warriors

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McGuire's 4 hits Pairs with Christenson's Free Trips to Beat Warriors

Sean McGuire strung-out 4 hits, and Jared Christenson walked to first base 3 times, as the Comets overcame a see-saw battle with Wheaton in an 8-5 victory on Monday night.

Following a quick 3-0 deficit in the first inning, the Comet bench grabbed the chain-link fence in the dugout for the second. A Jared Christenson double to start off the inning placed the senior on third base following a groundout. Playing small-ball, the Comets executed a squeeze play to perfection, with Jordan Foss gently laying a hard pitch in front of home plate, where the Warriors elected to fire at Foss and watch Christenson waltz in and break-up the shutout. 

The Comets continued playing good baseball as Collin Erickson's keen eye placed him at first base, a Reggie Undseth single moved Erickson to second. A well-placed base hit by McGuire drove Erickson home capping the 3rd inning's scoring with a Warrior lead of 3-2.

An uneventful 4th inning led the Comets to take their first lead of the game entering the top-half of the 5th. McGuire led off the inning with a double. A walk to Christenson and a bunt single by Chris Tungseth loaded the bases with no one out. Foss executed his second masterful squeeze of the day, tying the game at 3. With runners at second and third, Senior Jonathan Eckhardt provided an RBI grounder to score Christenson for the Comet lead, 4-3. 

Following a Wheaton answer in the bottom of the 5th, Hillcrest immediately attacked in the sixth. Following a pair of outs, Evan Malmstrom reached base on a fielder's choice and moved to 2nd on a balk. McGuire's second double of the game tied the score at 5. Christenson's third walk, the second intentional free trip for his afternoon, gave McGuire a useful distraction to exploit on the basepath. McGuire played to Wheaton's compromised focus, stealing third and sliding into home, giving the Comets a 6-5 lead that they built on in the 7th frame, following a sacrifice fly by Reggie Undseth and an RBI basehit by McGuire.

The Comets are 4-3 in the Pheasant Confernce, 5-4 overall. They play Thursday night at 5pm at th Legion Field.

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Aasness Homerun Propels Comets to 7th Inning Battle with Trojans

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Aasness Homerun Propels Comets to 7th Inning Battle with Trojans

With two 3 game weeks in front of them the Lady Comets look to make a push over the .500 mark with half the season to play. At 2-4 the Comets faced Barnseville in an area contest that saw great pitching, head-down hitting, and some speed on the basepath that has been the hallmark of the Comets this season.

Junior Megan Aasness is making a name for herself using precision bat movement and quick feet out of the box to land base-hit bunts, painting the corners of the infield. Her Remembrandt-like talent with the bat lulled the Trojans in the second inning. Aasness took a perfect pitch over the left-field fence for her first career homerun. Aasness' focus was incredible at the plate, leading the Comets with three hits, scoring three times and driving in two runs.

Hillcrest's offensive production was spotted across the line-up card on Monday afternoon. Aasness led-off in the order, Abby Taylor two spots down produced 4 hits, 3 of which were doubles. Pitcher Laura Tungseth took to the plate a few batters later and produced 2 hits, with Annie Murphy providing the other offensive boost a few batters later giving 3 hits to the Comet scorecard. "Megan, Annie, Abby, and Laura are hitting well, and I hope their success becomes contagious. Every girl on our team can hit, but some seem to be lacking confidence," notes head coach Craig Nersten. "Our hope is that we can turn things around for the second half of the season."

The Comets jumped to an early lead Monday afternoon, racking up a 5-0 score going into the 5th inning. However, the Trojans pulled together a strong 6th inning, with the Comets matching a run and leveling the playing field at 6-6 going into the final frame. Tallying 12 hits on the day, the Trojans mustered a 3-run 7th inning, a rally the Comets couldn't overcome as they pulled out 1 run in the 7th and were left heading to their bench following the final out of a 9-7 heartbreak loss for Senior Laura Tungseth. 

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Lady Comets Lose to Ashby

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Lady Comets Lose to Ashby

The Lady Comets faced conference rival Ashby for another nip-and-tuck game Friday. The May Day game saw little gifts coming the Comets way, who worked up a lead early but watched as Ashby strung together a series of innings that left the Arrows boarding the bus with a 5-3 win.

The Comets brought their sticks early, ripping a few Arrows pitches for base hits before starting pitcher Abbie Ras settled in. Going into the 6th inning Hillcrest looked to have the game under control. Senior Laura Tungseth held the Arrows to 7 hits on the day, fighting through a tough lineup in front of a host of fans that packed-in to Hannah Park. 

Ashby called Tungseth's number in the 6th and looked to capitalize off a few missed pitches from Tungseth. Earning a free trip to first base with a good eye, Beth Odens watched 8th grade speedster Taeyah Johnson round home off a solid hit to the outfield that tied the game. Working the 6th and 7th inntings, Ashby fought for bases and ran the path well, upping their score to 5 runs while Abbie Ras pitched a lights-out 6th and 7th inning. 

The Comets look to take on Barnesville Monday night.

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Comets Collapse in Middle Innings The Trojans Watch at The Plate

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Comets Collapse in Middle Innings The Trojans Watch at The Plate

The Comets sent 15 batters to first base without making them swing a bat in their 14-4 collapse to Barnesville Thursday. 

The Comets built a lead in the 3rd inning off a lead-off single by Reggie Undseth. Undseth moved to 2nd base after reading Barneseville's catcher and getting a good jump to start his stolen base attempt. After an attempted pick-off move, Undseth rounded 3rd and scored. Senior Evan Malmstrom followed Undseth's lead on the base path, reaching second following a walk and wild pitch, scoring off Sean McGuire's single to right field. McGuire followed suit by stealing second base and finding home plate after Chris Tungseth's single.

The 3-2 lead for the Comets was short lived as Barnesville capitalized on a tough outing from Senior Jared Christenson, who was off the mark early, giving up the first 8 runs on four hits, 6 walks, and 3 hit batters. The Trojans put together a 6-run 4th inning and a 5-run 6th inning, sitting the Comets down looking for arms that could hit the strike zone as the Trojans stood watching pitches and walking to first base.

Coach Steve Undseth commented, "It got pretty ugly when we couldn't get the ball over the plate. you can't give 15 free passes and expect to beat anybody." The Comets finished April with a 4-4 record, looking to start May with a win on Monday at 5pm.

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Comets Win Tight Battle Against Pelican Rapids

Comets were down 11-12 with 2 outs in the 6th, but Johnny Eckhardts two out bases loaded single finished off the scoring 13-12 in last nights game in Pelican Rapids. Pelican Rapids was down 11-4 and rallied 8 runs to take the lead 12-11 before Johnny got his game saving single. 

Reggie Undseth, Jordan Foss, and Sean Mcquire all pitched in last nights game, but it was Sean who sealed the game. Pitching 3 and 1/3 innings to close out the game leaving the Vikings hitless. 

The Comets at the plate were led by Jared Christenson with 4 hits, Reggie, Sean, Chris Tungseth, and Evan Malmstrom each picked up 2 hits as well. 

The 4th inning was a disaster to say the least. The Comets gave up 6 runs on just 2 hits. There was 5 walks and 2 hit batters and many mental errors in the 4th. During the 5th inning the Comets gave up the lead to the Vikings 12-11 leading to Johnny's game winning single. 

The Comets move to 4-3 on the season and look to take on Barnesville Thursday, April 30.

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Comet Girls Beat Lady Vikings 10-3

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Comet Girls Beat Lady Vikings 10-3

As Megan Aasness glanced towards the third base line her grip on the bat tightend. Stepping back into the batters box, Aasness laid down a bunt that started her trip around the bases, evening the score at one and propelling the Comets to a 10-3 rout of the Pelican Rapids Vikings.

Aasness, Annie Murphy, and Abby Taylor hit the ball very well on the sunny Monday afternoon at Hannah Park. Hillcrest saw the ball well as it approached the plate, stringing together 12 hits. The Comets aggressive base-running had the Vikings on their heels, stealing 8 bases in the contest and allowing Senior Laura Tungseth the opportunity to work all corners of the plate, allowing 2 earned runs over 7 innings of work. 

The Vikings worked to put together a number of runs against the Comets. Jumping on Tungseth's change-ups the Vikings strung a few bloopers to left fielder Kari Simonsen. Simonsen's resolve on the field saved a number of scoring opportunities, holding corner-fence hits to doubles and working to shield her eyes from the sun in pop-up situations. Coach Craig Nersten was very proud of Simonsen's play, especially after losing her father to cancer days before the game. "To come out and play, and do well, just after losing her dad is pretty incredible." Simonsen's play shined on the field as her team has supported her off the field the past few days. It is easy to see the stength of the Comets is not only in their bats and gloves, but in the support and encouragement showering from their bench.

The Comets will play Brandon-Evansville Tuesday night.

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Owls Top Comets 6-4

On Monday night the Comets faced the Hancock Owls in a tough battle. The Comets gave up a 4-0 lead early in the game, but the Comets rallied back to tie the game 4-4 in the 3rd inning. Reggie Undseth singled and scored on a double by Evan Malmstrom. Sean Mcquire reached on an error and stole second. A wild pitch scored Malmstrom, then Jared Christenson scored Mcquire on a triple, to finish off the rally Chris Tungseth tied the game with a RBI single. 

The Owls pushed 2 runs across in the 6th inning to retake the lead 6-4. The 6th inning for the Comets was very sloppy and they couldn't recover from their 2 run deficit, losing the game 6-4. The Comets move to 3-3 in the Pheasant Conference. They will take in Pelican Rapids Tuesday night for a non-conference match-up.

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Comets Lose to Wolverines 7-3

In the first inning, Comets took a 3-0 lead over the Wolverines in CGB Tuesday afternoon. After the first inning, Jordan Bauer came into relief for the Wolverines and held the Comets to 2 hits and 0 runs in his 5 innings on the mound. 

The Comets gave up their 3-0 lead to the Wolverines over 4 innings. The Comets gave the Wolverines 4 runs off of countless Comets errors or mistakes in the field. The Wolverines didn't get a hit during there 4 run rally. The Wolverines only had 3 hits during the 7 inning game, but they added 3 extra runs in the 6th inning stretching the lead to 7-3. 

The Comets walked 9 batters and hit 2 batters, it was a disappointing game for the Comets and can hopefully bounce back against the Trojans Friday night. With the loss the Comets drop to 2-2 on the season. 

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Rivendell Presentation Sheds Light to Collegiate Future for Students

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Rivendell Presentation Sheds Light to Collegiate Future for Students

A soft hush came over Hillcrest students during Wednesdays chapel. The slide on the projector screen changed to Mr. T holding his gold chains tightly, while a caricature of Jesus, winking and giving a thumbs-up, told the 80's superstar to, "Stay over there, and I'll stay over here." The image startled a few students, who leaned to their neighbor in a whisper, trying to discover who Mr. T is. Jason Poarch, a college representative from Rivendell Sanctuary, interrupted with an explanation. The unconventional presentation was a post-high school explanation that gave students more to think about than their future institution's cafeteria food and course offerings.

Rivendell is an organization Hillcrest has grown to appreciate, due to the school's desire to train students to impact culture. During the presentation the representative outlined Richard Niebuhr's 5 Views of Christ & Culture. Students listened to an explanation of Niebuhr's explanation of Christ against culture, Christ and culture in paradox, Christ as culture transformer, Christ above culture, and Christ of culture. 

The presentation shifted to explain that Christ is not against culture, saying we shouldn't watch any movies. But at the same time Christ is not a superstar, in the sense that His role is to be popular. Students listened as the presenter identified Christ as a culture transformer; with students being drawn to think about their history courses, literature class, and mathematics instruction where people changed the world due to the Holy Spirit's work in their lives.

The discussion shifted to the college campus, where the representative called students to think of their time on the campus as a time to see Christ. Jesus transforms how cultures and societies operate, and when a student looks at college they should look to see where God is at work and if the education is one that drives them to understand God's design, or if the education is clouding or avoiding God's imprint on society.

As students left the chapel there was a genuine pause in the hallways. Colleges recruit students often at Hillcrest Academy. Many boast of facilities or opportunities in their institution. In contrast, students heard today that education is deeply personal and should be thought through more than simply if the lunch menu fits the carnal hopes of the student body.

Hillcrest's administration sat comfortably in their chairs after hearing the presentation. The message was a reverberation in the halls from the words spoken to students from Hillcrest faculty and staff. Hillcrest is pleased to encourage, welcome, and educate side-by-side with Rivendell.

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Warriors Beat Comets in Extra Innings

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Warriors Beat Comets in Extra Innings

The Comets pushed 1 runner across in the first inning to take an early 1-0 lead over the Warriors Friday afternoon, but that wasn't enough to stave off the respected Warriors in the Comets home opener.

The Warriors jumped ahead 2-1 off a few errors by the Comets in the 3rd inning. With Chris Tungseth stepping off the mound, and the Comet fielders dusting off their gloves, Hillcrest took to their bats and answered in the 4th, scoring both Chris Tungseth and Jared Christenson who led off the inning with base hits. Jordan Foss tapped an expert bunt that led to a base hit and scored Christenson from third. With Tungseth advancing across the diamond on the play he took a taunting lead during the next at bat. Drawing a pick-off attempt that hit the third base fence, Tungseth crossed home plate with a smile, and the Comets stood tall with a 3-2 lead.

Boe Brunson, of the Wheaton Warriors, tied the game 3-3 with a 2-out single in the 6th. Deadlocked at 3-3, the game progressed into extra innings. After a scoreless frame the Comets made two errors in the top of the ninth. Wheaton manufactured 2 hits following the mistakes, scoring Brunson and Blake Coffman taking the lead 5-3. Hillcrest couldn't produce an offensive run against Wheaton's Eric Schwegel, who pitched the inning contest to completion and picked-up the win.  

The Comets left the bases loaded twice and commited 5 errors as a team. Eric Schwegel sat down 6 Comets on strikes during the contest, allowing only 8 hits in 9 innings. Tungseth followed Schwegel, going 9 innnings as well, only giving up 2 earned runs.

Coach Steve Undseth was optomistic following the hardfought loss this early in the season, "We had a couple chances for big innings...In a tight game like this, that is often the difference...Chris has had too many tough luck losses like this the past couple years, but the season is still young, and we are looking forward to some more big pitching performances out of him before we're done.

This tough loss drops the Comets to 2-1 on the season. 

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Abby Taylor's Home-run Adds to Lady Comets' 10 Run Rally

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Abby Taylor's Home-run Adds to Lady Comets' 10 Run Rally

Abby Taylor's first career home-run propelled the Comets to an exciting win, positioning the Lady Comets in a unique place in the conference. The Comets ousted Ortonville 14-11 after a 10 run rally in the final two innings.

The first three innings of Thursday nights game saw the Comets bats in a quiet state. Assessing pitching and holes in the defense, Craig Nersten ramped-up his team. With sun starting to set on the fourth and fifth innings the Lady Comets took to the batter's box and strung-out 20 hits. 

Everyone on the team started clicking and feeding off the excitement and coaching they received from the third-base coaching box. Nersten called in signs, the Comets stepped in to the plate with orders, and delivered results that shocked the Ortonville Trojans. 

Laying down bunts, line drives over second base, and a home run tallied together a group of highlights that had the Comets forgetting their struggles in the first three frames. "Laura (Tungseth) threw a lot of good pitches, Kari (Simonsen) bunted well for us, and Mackenzie (Dunsmore) along with Sophie Iverson started to hit really well," noted Nersten following his team's final rally. 

The Comets saw Megan Aasness, Abby Taylor, Mackenzie Dunsmore, Kari Simonsen and Laura Tungseth each tally 3 hits in the box score as the game concluded. Tungseth provided a solid presence at the plate to help her cause in earning the win after pitching threw some tough streaks in Ortonville's line-up.

The Comets are coming off a two week Easter vacation that has limited practice. As the team continues to hone their skills there is a strong promise for more rallys and exciting plays coming from the Comet bench. "Although our defense needs some tweaking, we had a lot of positives today...Maddie Veum filled in at first base...(and) Kelly Dzialo returned from Spring Break and was able to get in the lineup for the first time and looks like she's just about ready."

The Comets look forward to tough games versus Clinton-Graceville-Beardsely and Wheaton next week.

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Undseth Strings-out Another Multi-hit Game while McGuire Dominates From the Mound

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Undseth Strings-out Another Multi-hit Game while McGuire Dominates From the Mound

Sophomore ace Sean McGuire led his Hillcrest Comets with an incredible performance, allowing 4 hits and striking out 6 batters Thursday night. 

"It was an extremely well pitched game by both players," noted Hillcrest coach Steve Undseth. "I am so proud of Sean; he is only a sophomore and already shows such poise on the mound and the plate." The Comet hurler kicked the dust off the rubber and stared down the plate each inning, never facing more than 4 batters in a frame.

McGuire's confidence was high as he stood on the mound, likely due to Hillcrest's quick-strike offense. Senior Evan Malmstrom led-off by reaching base, joined by McGuire before Chris Tungseth sent them home with a ripping line drive single to center that couldn't be fielded by Brandon-Evansville's center-fielder. 

As the sun started to set on the game, a soft orange hue rising on the players backs, Senior Jared Christenson crushed a double down the left field line. A series of strong at-bats earned the Comets their scoring inspite of Brandon-Evansville's top pitcher, Tom Bosek's 11 strike-outs.

Bosek allowed one earned run throughout the contest, with errors extending offensive opportunities for the Comets. Brandon-Evansville coach Brian Perleberg was impressed with the way the teams played. "Give Hillcrest credit as they played a very nice ballgame. The game was close all the way, and both defenses made huge plays on the other team's base runners."

The Comets play host to Wheaton, another accomplished team, on Friday, April 17 at 5pm. 

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Arrows Win Conference Opener Against Lady Comets

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Arrows Win Conference Opener Against Lady Comets

The Ashby softball team faced the Hillcrest Comets for their first conference game. The Arrows won 9-3, they had a good hitting performance with 10 hits. 

The Comets scored 3 runs, they had 5 hits and 1 walk. Laura Tungseth pitched the entire game and for the Arrows Abbi Ras pitched all 7 innings. She faced 33 batters struck out 15 Comets in the conference game.

The Comets, coming off of a long 2 week break, played very well in the field. "Megan Aasness covered a lot of area at the shortstop position," says teammate Madylen Veum. 

The Comets will look to pick up their first win in Ortonville Thursday April 16 at 5:00. 

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Comets Pitching Leads Way to Opener Win

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Comets Pitching Leads Way to Opener Win

Web-gems are plays in baseball that defy convention. Quick feet and good form usually put players in position for routine plays. But plays that shouldn't be made are web-gems, plays that fans want to watch over and over again. Hillcrest produced a few web-gems in their on-the-road-opener Monday night, promising exciting times from the Hillcrest diamond.

"Our fielding was solid, with a couple double plays," noted Hillcrest Coach Steve Undseth. "I was pleased with the way we played our first game of the season." Hillcrest used three pitchers, with the win going to senior Jared Christenson following his 5 innings of hitless work from the mound. With support from his fielders, Christenson turned to watch his defense help with his win. Sophomore Sean McGuire dazzled fans, and his coach, with a web-gem worthy play. "Sean, at shortstop...threw out a guy while lying down and seemingly not even looking at first base. Just a phenomenal play," recalls Coach Undseth. 

McGuire and Reggie Undseth went 3 for 4 on the day, with McGuire putting together a highlight game in the first contest of the season as he provided a triple, RBI, stole 4 bases, and sat Ashby down in order in the 7th inning.

Hillcrest gave-up one run on one hit in the 4 to 1 win over the Ashby Arrows. They play in Evansville on Thursday at 5pm.

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Choir Tour Closes with Home Concert Testimonies in Celebration

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Choir Tour Closes with Home Concert Testimonies in Celebration

Kara Nash gingerly walked to the front of Hope church's sanctuary in Everett, Washington. After singing with Hillcrest Academy's Jazz Choir, Nash now stood before an audience of Hillcrest supporters to share the impact a personal relationship with Jesus has had in her life. 

 

Nash traveled through the Pacific-Northwest, sharing in song and testimony, as part of Hillcrest's Choir Tour. The tour is an annual tradition at Hillcrest, continuing through nearly seventy-five years of students who travel across the United States visiting churches and landmarks. Students are known to pass time with on-bus talent shows and impromptu singspirations led by students armed with guitars and a seat to hit in time with the beat of songs.


Nash will join fellow senior J.K. Lee to share testimonies of God's faithfulness, at their home concert. The testimonies will mark transitions in the concert, that will feature Hillcrest's Easter Concert, with songs from Africa, early America, and Europe with Latin and early church genres presented.


Hillcrest is titling the concert a Song and Testimony Celebration. Many of the stories  haven't been heard by the public. The celebration will occur on Sunday, April 19 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Brethren Church, beginning at 6pm with an ice cream social to follow. 

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Hillcrest Track and Field

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Hillcrest Track and Field

Allen Aase will start his 9th year as Hillcrest's track and field teams coach and his returning team has promise.

The Comets bring back section qualifier Eric Konynenbelt and Abigail Christenson. Both competed in longer distance races, carrying both experience and leadership for Hillcrest's young team that is primed to give fans something to cheer about.

Other returning runners are Kevy and Vanessa Konynenbelt, Tommy Thompson, Hans Frank-Holzner, and Toby Simonsen. Following Hillcrest's two-week Easter vacation, the track team is looking forward to reconnecting as many runners conditioned on the Dominican mission trip and 8 day choir tour.

Track meets begin this week for the squad, that looks forward to building solid relationships on the heels of their hardwork and diligence in conditioning. Hillcrest specializes in long distance events, but is primed to compete in shorter sprints and other field events with newcomers to the program. The first meet is Thursday, April 16 at Pelican Rapids Secondary School.

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Hillcrest Boys and Girls Basketball Awards

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Hillcrest Boys and Girls Basketball Awards

Hillcrest placed a capstone on the Basketball season by celebrating successes. Senior Jake Isaac was named Player of the Year for the Comets. The cornerstone player set a school record for career free throw percentage (84%) and achieved the accolade of second place on Hillcrest's all-time leading scorer board. Reggie Undseth was voted defensive player of the year, and Ben Herzog received the 6th man award. Micah Jones' consistent leadership with the team earned him the coveted Christian Testimony award. 

The Lady Comets awarded Megan Aasness the team MVP. She was also recognized as an All-Conference player for the Pheasant Conference. Laura Tungseth recieved the Christian character award, and recieved honorable mention from the conference. Lydia Tostenson was recognized with an honorable mention distinction as well. Abby Taylor recieved the Hustle Award, Abby Christenson recieved Most Improved Player, and Sophie Iverson recieved the Most Spirit Award. 

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Preston is Named Coach of the Year in Pheasant Conference

After Hillcrest goes undefeated in the Pheasant Conference the Conference named Gregg Preston Coach of the Year. Also Jake Isaac, a senior of the Comets, was named conference Co-MVP with Ortonville senior Riley Thompson. 

Jake Isaac, Evan Malmstrom, and Chris Tungseth recieved all-conference selection. Micah Jones was an honorable mention. 

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