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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

SECTION GOLF: Eagles wrap up season

Section 3AA Finals

The Windom Eagle golf teams saw the season come to an end Wednesday at the Section 3AA Tournament, played at Oakdale Golf Club near Buffalo Lake.

The two Eagles remaining in the individual competition fell short of the cut for state tournament berths Wednesday.

For the Eagle girls, junior Ada Lund had one of the top rounds of the day on Wednesday, scoring an 85. That gave her a two-day total of 189, which put her in a tie for 15th place, four strokes behind the final state qualifier.

Minnewaska Area was the girls team champion with a dominant score of 674. Redwood Valley senior Mila Jenniges was the individual section champion, shooting a two-day score of 157.

For the Eagle boys, senior Eli Lund had an up-and-down round on Wednesday, finishing the day with an 87. That gave him a two-day score of 167, putting him in a tie for 25th place.

Marshall ran away with the team title, finishing with a two-day score of 600. Morris/Chokio-Alberta junior Charlie Hanson was the individual champion, scoring a two-day total of 142.

Section 3A Finals

The season came to an end for the Red Rock Central golf team on Wednesday, as its lone section finalist wrapped up his round.

Keagan Steen scored a second-day 96, giving him a two-day score of 188. That put him in a tie for 19th place.

Lakeview captured the section championship with a two-day score of 688. Lakeview junior Carson Boe was the individual champion, firing a two-day score of 142.

Murray County Central captured the girls team title with a two-day score of 811. MCC sophomore Rachael Huso was the individual champion with a two-day score of 184.

Section 2A Boys Day One

Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey had a tough start to the Section 2A Tournament on Tuesday, as just one Wolverine individual advanced to the finals.

The Wolverines finished in 10th place in the team standings with a 392 score. Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton led the team standings, firing an opening-day 306.

Individually, senior Grant Oakland was the lone Wolverine to advance to the second day of the tournament, after scoring a 90. That put him in a tie for 28th place after the first day of the tourney.

Maxton Fast shot a 94, followed by Brayden Oakland with a 101 and Joey Faber with a 107.

Next games: Check for updates after each game.
MLAC: at Section 2A Girls Tourney (North Links, Mankato), May 30

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