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BOYS GOLF: Ryan Daman rockets up among leaderboard’s best at 24-team meet

BHS now returns home to host Fergus Falls in a dual, starting at 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 26, at the Bemidji Town and Country Club.

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BRAINERD -- Out of 142 golfers on Wednesday, only four were better than Bemidji’s Ryan Daman.

Daman fired a 1-over-par 71 in the Brainerd Invitational at Bobby’s Legacy Golf Course. That put him in a tie for fifth with three others, and Daman owned the tiebreaker to anchor the leading spot among that group and pace the BHS boys golf team.

As a team, the Lumberjacks posted a score of 304 to tie for eighth at the 24-team megameet.

Bemidji also got a top-15 showing out of Nick Yavarow, who recorded a 73 to tie for 13th. Both Daman and Yavarow tallied three birdies on the day.

Next in line for BHS, John Loch tied for 56th with his 79, and Simon Fredrickson tied for 71st with an 81.

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Carter Fish (82) and Nick Carlson (84) rounded out the Jacks’ performances by tying for 81st and 98th, respectively.

Joey Rohlwing of Eastview was the lone golfer under par, as he recorded a 68 to earn medalist honors. The Lightning also won the team competition, firing a 289 and topping Spring Lake Park by four strokes.

Among the top Section 8-3A teams, Buffalo placed fifth with a 301, while Detroit Lakes was sixth at 303. Bemidji and Brainerd tied for eighth with 304s, while Sartell-St. Stephen was 10th at 305.

BHS now returns home to host Fergus Falls in a dual, starting at 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 26, at the Bemidji Town and Country Club.

Team Results (Top 10)

1-Eastview 289; 2-Spring Lake Park 293; 3-Cloquet 295; 4-Chaska 298; 5-Buffalo 301; T6-Detroit Lakes 303; T6-Chanhassen 303; T8-Brainerd 304; T8-Bemidji 304; 10-Sartell-St. Stephen 305.

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