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BHS girls golf team seventh in opener

The Bemidji High girls golf team finally opened its season taking seventh place at the combined Brainerd-Pequot Lakes Invitational. Detroit Lakes won the tourney with a 36 hole total of 700, eight strokes ahead of Duluth Marshall. Grand Rapids wa...

The Bemidji High girls golf team finally opened its season taking seventh place at the combined Brainerd-Pequot Lakes Invitational.

Detroit Lakes won the tourney with a 36 hole total of 700, eight strokes ahead of Duluth Marshall.

Grand Rapids was a distant third at 730 with Visitation, Roseau and Staples-Motley the next three.

Bemidji trailed Staples by one stroke after Thursday's meet at The Preserve but fell back another six strokes at The Pines.

Bemidji finished ahead of Fergus Falls, Brainerd, Park Rapids and Moorhead among other teams.

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Lisa Moline of Marshall won medalist honors with an 80-79--159.

Leah Grozdanich of Grand Rapids was second at 163.

Katelyn Tingelstad led Bemidji at 183 with Katie Reise 189, Laura Stittsworth 197 and Kelsey Bretschneider 210 to complete the scoring.

The kickers were Lisa Holtman and Lynn Arndt.

Only five of the 10 Bemidji runs were under 100.

"Overall, I thought we played well," said BHS coach Jeff Nelson. "We will stay with the same lineup through Monday.

Bemidji plays The Legacy at Staples today and heads to Hazeltine Monday for the Chaska Invitational.

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INVITATIONAL

Team Totals

Detroit Lakes 347-353--700

Moorhead 350-358--708

Grand Rapids 368-362--730

Visitation 354-380--734

Roseau 367-381--748

Staples-Motley 386-386--772

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Bemidji 387-392--779

Park Center 394-393--787

Brainerd 399-398--797

Monticello 416-402--818

Crosby-Ironton 424-397--821

Park Rapids 438-413--851

Wadena 435-434--869

Wadena 444-431--875

Pequot Lakes 461-Inc.---inc.

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