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BOYS GOLF: Ryan Daman takes 3rd as Bemidji faces section field

The Section 8-3A Tournament is set to begin June 2, but before that, BHS is next playing at an invite in Detroit Lakes that begins at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 20.

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PARK RAPIDS -- Ryan Daman ranked third in the Section 8-3A field on Friday, placing among the best golfers at the 8-3A Pre-Section Invite at Headwaters Golf Course in Park Rapids.

As a team, Daman and the Bemidji High School boys golf team landed in a tie for fourth among 10 competing teams.

Daman finished with a 7-over-par score of 79. He tied three others but beat them all out in a handicap tiebreaker. Only Alexandria’s Braeden Sladek (72) and Brainerd’s Dawson Ringler (75) had better scores on the day.

Also on the course for the Lumberjacks, Nick Yavarow tied for 12th with a score of 83, while Carter Fish fired an 86 to tie for 23rd. Eli Tuomala closed the team score with his 26th-place 87.

Simon Fredrickson (tie for 33rd, 89) and Weston Seitz (48th, 95) wrapped up the scores for BHS golfers.

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Bemidji ended with a team score of 335, which tied Buffalo. Buffalo won a tiebreaker to put the Jacks in fifth for the team standings.

Alexandria won the team competition with a score of 311, while Brainerd (320) and Sartell-St. Stephen (331) rounded out the top three.

The Section 8-3A Tournament is set to begin June 2, but before that, BHS is next playing at an invite in Detroit Lakes that begins at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 20.

Team Results

1-Alexandria 311; 2-Brainerd 320; 3-Sartell-St. Stephen 331; 4-Buffalo 335; 5-Bemidji 335; 6-Willmar 337; 7-Moorhead 363; 8-Sauk Rapids-Rice 364; 9-Becker 377; 10-St. Cloud 382.

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