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Lumberjacks' boys golf team fifth at Lakeview

DETROIT LAKES - The Bemidji High boys golf team placed fifth at the Detroit Lakes invitational with a round of 290. The event was originally set for the Wildflower course but was switched to the par-64 Lakeview as Wildflower was not playable. The...

DETROIT LAKES - The Bemidji High boys golf team placed fifth at the Detroit Lakes invitational with a round of 290.

The event was originally set for the Wildflower course but was switched to the par-64 Lakeview as Wildflower was not playable.

The Lakers' Red team took the team title shooting a 273. Brainerd was one stroke back at 274. Crookston and Grand Rapids ended third and fourth ahead of the Jacks with rounds of 280 and 285 respectively.

Greg Larson led the Jacks with a 6-over par 70. Chris Curb ended with a 71 and Ben Moen and Tanner Niskanen shot rounds of 74 and 75 respectively.

Rounding out the team was Josh Faecke with a 76 and Josh Ehrhorn a 91.

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Detroit Lakes' Josh Herzog and Grand Rapids' Ben Cahill took medalist honors with rounds of 64.

The Jacks return to the course Thursday at Perham.

Detroit Lakes Invite

at Lakeview CC

Team Standings: Detroit Lakes Red 273, Brainerd 274, Crookston 280, Grand Rapids 285, Bemidji 290, Staples 291,, Detroit Lakes White 293, Park Christian 296, Pequot Lakes 302, Park Rapids 331, Wadena 340, Warroad 378.

Medalist: Josh Herzog, Detroit Lakes and Ben Cahill, Grand Rapids 64.

JV eighth

Kevin Larson and Joe Welle each toured the Meadows with scores of 94 as the JV squad ended eighth with a 387.

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Rilee Curb was four strokes back with a 98 and Joel Peura ended with a 101.

Bryce Blankenfeld and Mike Burns rounded out the JV team with scores of 109 and 110 respectively.

Fargo South's Luke Anderson took medalist honors with a 78. Fargo South won the event with a 323.

Moorhead JV Invite

at The Meadows CC

Team Standings: Fargo South 323, West Fargo 325, Detroit Lakes 350, Moorhead Orange 351, Moorhead White 353, Fargo North 356, Moorhead Black 368, Bemidji 387, Perham 415, Park Rapids 425.

Medalist: Luke Anderson, Fargo South 78.

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