Kathryn VanArragon wins Minnesota Section PGA junior girls golf tournament in Bemidji

Fifty-three girls took part in the tournament at Bemidji Town and Country Club.

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BEMIDJI — Kathryn VanArragon of Blaine had a little more trouble on Tuesday, June 21, in the second round of the Minnesota Section PGA girls golf tournament at Bemidji Town and Country Club.

But VanArragon, a two-time Minnesota Class AAA high school champion, increased her lead and won the title by nine strokes over Reese McCauley of Inver Grove Heights.

VanArragon ended the tournament at five under par. She opened with a blistering 6-under 66 on Monday and followed up with a 1-over 73 on Tuesday.

McCauley, who finished third at the Class AAA state tournament, had rounds of 70-78.
Olivia Salonek of Roseville had the day's best round at 74 and finished third.

Fifty-three girls played in the tournament.

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Dennis Doeden, former publisher of the Bemidji Pioneer, is a feature reporter. He is a graduate of Metropolitan State University with a degree in Communications Management.
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