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GIRLS GOLF: Lumberjacks send 3 to section finals, place 8th as a team

Three members of the Bemidji High School girls golf team are moving on to day two of the Section 8-3A Tournament at Rich Spring Golf Course in Cold Spring.

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COLD SPRING -- Three members of the Bemidji High School girls golf team are moving on to day two of the Section 8-3A Tournament at Rich Spring Golf Course in Cold Spring.

The Lumberjacks opened up postseason play on Tuesday, placing eighth out of 12 teams with a score of 393. They missed the cut for the team finals by 17 strokes, as Moorhead claimed the last spot with a 376. But on the individual side, BHS still will have some representation on day two.

Tatum Offerdahl, Brynn Meyer and Margie Anderson all qualified for the finals and will compete for Bemidji on Wednesday. The top six teams qualify for day two, as do the top 12 individuals not on those six teams.

Offerdahl tied for 14th overall on Tuesday to earn her spot, shooting a 16-over-par 88. Behind her, Meyer tied for 31st with a 98, and Anderson placed 43rd with a 103. Anderson clinched the 12th and final individual berth in Wednesday’s finals.

Also competing for the Lumberjacks, Mya Huseby (104), Madeline Larson (105) and Kate Hildenbrand (106) all wrapped up their seasons on Tuesday.

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McKenna Mallow of Detroit Lakes leads the pack with a score of 76. She’ll carry a two-stroke lead over the field into the finals. In the team competition, Brainerd (331) leads Alexandria and Detroit Lakes by eight strokes.

The Section 8-3A finals will resume at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, June 1, at Rich Spring Golf Course in Cold Spring. The top team advances to state, as do the top five individuals not on that team.

Team Results

1-Brainerd 331; T2-Alexandria 338; T2-Detroit Lakes 338; 4-Becker 362; 5-Buffalo 374; 6-Moorhead 376; 7-Sartell-St. Stephen 390; 8-Bemidji 393; 9-St. Cloud 395; 10-Willmar 402; 11-Sauk Rapids-Rice 466; 12-Rocori 483.

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