Girls Golf Roundup: Litchfield continues to lead Wright County
MEDINA — Litchfield gave up seven strokes on its season lead to Waconia on the Baker Golf Club front 9 on Monday but retains a sizeable lead (65) strokes over the Wildcats in the Wright County Conference standings.
Kennedy Sommerfeld of Litchfield and Megan Rachey of Waconia tied for medalist with 43s.
Waconia posted a 189 and second-place Litchfield a 196.
Lauren Dietz, shooting a 47, led New London-Spicer to a 208 score, part of a three-way tie for fourth place.
TOP THREE – Megan Rachey, Wac, 43; Kennedy Sommerfeld, Lit, 43; Londa Szymanski, Hut, 47
Sommerfeld 43, Dani Elam 51, Kelsey Wattenhofer 54, Kalley Spreiter 48
Lauren Dietz 47, Ellary Sweep 54, Jess Johnson 53, Abby Sweep 54
Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart finished third at the conference tournament Monday, led by conference MVP Carly Schmalz, who shot a 93. Schmalz finished one stroke behind medalist Courtney Nelson of Cedar Mountain/Comfrey.
MEDALIST – Courtney Nelson, CMC, 92
BLHS – Carly Schmalz 93, Mikayla Paulson 96, Miranda Kramer 113, Mariah Paulson 115
Baillee Hauser of MACCRAY shot 91 to place second in the Camden Conference championship Monday.
Dawson-Boyd shot 446 to place third behind Minneota (400) and Canby (409).
Minneota won the conference crown with 24 points. Dawson-Boyd was third with 18 points and MACCRAY won a tiebreaker for fifth with eight points.
TOP THREE – (1) Hannah Kruger, RTR, 85 (2) Baillee Hauser, MAC, 91 93) Megan Evers, Min, 94
DB – Tracy Polzine 108, Raeann Tuff 111, Taylor Loose 113, Tiana Kruse 114
LQPV – Ali Dahle 112, Abby Stender 141, Shannon Busse 153
MACCRAY – Hauser 91, Lauryn Wubben 114, Tiffany Mogard 120, Heather Hinrichs 167