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GIRLS GOLF: Madeline Larson, Brynn Meyer pace Bemidji at Grand Rapids Invite

Madeline Larson, Margie Anderson and Gwen Galloway all set personal records for a round.

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GRAND RAPIDS -- Madeline Larson and Brynn Meyer both led the Bemidji High School girls golf team on Thursday, posting matching scores of 94 and helping the Lumberjacks place in the top half of the Grand Rapids Invite at Pokegama Golf Course.

BHS tallied a team score of 383 thanks to three personal-best scores, which landed them fourth out of eight competing teams.

Larson and Meyer were a stroke outside of the leaderboard’s top 10, but they still shared a tie of 11th place in the field of 49 golfers.

Elsewhere for Bemidji, Margie Anderson tied for 16th with her 97, while Gwen Galloway’s 98 gave her a share of 18th place and rounded out the team’s score.

Also on the course for the Jacks were Mya Huseby (tie for 27th, 101) and Aurora Frank (tie for 33rd, 104), though neither’s score factored into the team results.

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Larson, Anderson and Galloway all set personal records for a round.

Pequot Lakes won the invite with a score of 338. Hermantown (355) and Grand Rapids (372) also edged BHS in the team standings. Pequot Lakes junior Morgan Krieger won individual honors with her 74, topping the field by nine strokes to earn first place.

The Lumberjacks are right back on the links at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, May 20, with an invite in Fergus Falls.

Team Results

1-Pequot Lakes 338; 2-Hermantown 355; 3-Grand Rapids 372; 4-Bemidji 383; 5-Duluth East 384; 6-Cloquet 400; 7-Grand Rapids B 418; 8-Hibbing 427.

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