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Josh Polingo of Litchfield is followed by Phillip Ward of Montevideo over the cart bridge spanning fast-flowing Hawk Creek between Swan and Willmar lakes on Saturday morning. Rain finally let up after players had completed about 12 of 18 holes at Eagle Creek on the second-day of the Willmar/Litchfield Invitational.

Boys golf: Litchfield weathers field to win Invite

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WILLMAR -- What would the Willmar/Litchfield Boys Golf Invitational be without weather?

Just another standardized test of club control and course management!

But throw in rain and cold and a little wind and it's also an exam on character and wardrobe.

Eagle Creek Golf Club was not a fun place to be Saturday morning. Rain fell softly but consistently over the first four hours before stopping to be replaced by a surge in wind speed.

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Rand Middleton

Covers Willmar and area high schools and Ridgewater College, plus amateur baseball, stock car racing and fitness events in summer. Writes weekly column since 1980. Began working in radio and at weekly newspaper in Munising, Michigan, in 1972. Started parttime at West Central Daily Tribune Sept. 1974. Fulltime beginning Feb. 1979. Married to Tribune news clerk Donna (Miller) Middleton, formerly of Kerkhoven. 2 grown children. 

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