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GIRLS GOLF: Bemidji takes on unique course, finishing 6th in Brainerd

The course, consisting of 13 holes that are all par 3s, hosted nine teams and saw the Lumberjacks compile a team score of 243.

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BRAINERD -- The Bemidji High School girls golf team played a unique 13-hole course on Tuesday, walking out of the Gravel Pit Golf Course in Brainerd with a sixth-place showing in an invite hosted by Staples-Motley.

The course, consisting of 13 holes that are all par 3s, hosted nine teams and saw the Lumberjacks compile a team score of 243.

Brynn Meyer had the best score for BHS with a 56, which put her in a tie for 16th in the field. Margie Anderson’s 60 slotted her in a share of 24th, while Aurora Frank had a 62 to tie for 28th. Mya Huseby wrapped up Bemidji’s team score with her 65, which tied for 36th.

Also in the running for the Jacks was Halle Sanden, who posted a 76 and tied for 45th.

Elk River’s Avery O’Donnell won the invite by six strokes, carding a 5-over-par 44 and leading the Elks to the team victory with a score of 204. Pequot Lakes (212) and Rogers (213) followed behind in second and third in the team standings.

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BHS will next be home to host an invitational, which kicks off at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 11, from the Bemidji Town and Country Club.

Team Results

1-Elk River 204; 2-Pequot Lakes 212; 3-Rogers 213; 4-Brainerd 231; 5-Staples-Motley 242; 6-Bemidji 243; 7-Wadena-Deer Creek 247; 8-Princeton 258; 9-CIA 266.

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