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Fifty-three girls took part in the tournament at Bemidji Town and Country Club.
Fifty-three girls are taking part in the tournament at Bemidji Town and Country Club. The event concludes on Tuesday, June 21.
Bemidji graduates two seniors from the program in Tatum Offerdahl and Kate Hildenbrand.
Three members of the Bemidji High School girls golf team are moving on to day two of the Section 8-3A Tournament at Rich Spring Golf Course in Cold Spring.

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Kate Hildenbrand shot a 25-over-par 97, matching her best round ever just as her Lumberjack career enters its climactic finish.
Before sections arrive next week, BHS will first host Fergus Falls for a dual that begins at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 26, at the Bemidji Town and Country Club.
The Bemidji High School girls golf team finished third among six teams at the Otter Invite held at Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls on Friday.
Madeline Larson, Margie Anderson and Gwen Galloway all set personal records for a round.
The Bemidji High School girls golf team finished sixth among 11 teams at The Classic Invitational held at Madden’s on Gull Lake in Brainerd, posting a combined score of 396 strokes.
The Lumberjacks placed fourth among a dozen Section 8-3A teams, beating out three opponents within six strokes of them.

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Tatum Offerdahl used to live out on the golf course, feeling the pressure associated with performance. But now she’s in it for the fun and “a nice balance is keeping me in love with it,” she said.
The course, consisting of 13 holes that are all par 3s, hosted nine teams and saw the Lumberjacks compile a team score of 243.
Most of the time, Tina Offerdahl is just "Mom" to her daughter Tatum. But sometimes she's exclusively "Coach." That duality has added layers to a mother-daughter relationship playing a crucial role in the fortunes of the Bemidji High School girls golf team.

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