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GIRLS GOLF: Bemidji lands 12th of 13 at Alexandria invite

Next up for BHS is the Detroit Lakes invite, which is set for 10 a.m. on Friday, April 29.

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Bemidji Lumberjacks

ALEXANDRIA -- The Bemidji High School girls golf team struggled to swim upstream on Wednesday, falling behind the pack and ultimately placing 12th of 13 teams at an invite in Alexandria.

The Lumberjacks recorded a team score of 420, which was two strokes better than last-place Willmar and nine back of 11th-place Buffalo.

Individually for BHS, Tatum Offerdahl tied for 26th with a score of 94 to land in the top third of the field. Next in line for Bemidji were Kate Hildenbrand (tie for 56th, 106), Mya Huseby (60th, 109) and Madeline Larson (62nd, 111) to round out the team’s score.

Margie Anderson (tie for 63rd, 112) and Halle Sanden (tie for 70th, 117) closed out the Lumberjacks’ performances, but they didn’t factor into the team score.

Hannah Boraas of Alexandria won the individual title with a score of 79, and the host Cardinals won the invite by 16 strokes over second-place Detroit Lakes.

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Next up for BHS is the Detroit Lakes invite, which is set for 10 a.m. on Friday, April 29.

Team Results

1-Alexandria 334; 2-Detroit Lakes 350; T3-Wayzata 360; T3-Brainerd 360; 5-Chanhassen 363; 6-Fergus Falls 374; 7-Moorhead 375; 8-Minnewaska 377; 9-Rogers 398; 10-Sartell-St. Stephen 404; 11-Buffalo 411; 12-Bemidji 420; 13-Willmar 422.

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