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Amateur golf: Caruthers duo combine to win Parent-Child Championship at Eagle Creek

Scott and Deiken Caruthers card an 8-under-par 64 to win by three strokes Sunday.

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WILLMAR — Scott and Dieken Caruthers combined to shoot an 8-under-par 64 Sunday at Eagle Creek Golf Club.

That was good enough to help the duo win the Parent-Child Championship by three strokes.

Tying for second place were Jon Beaver and Mission Beaver and Matt Gorans and Jordan Gorans. Each shot 5-under-par 67.

Ana Wisocki and Joey Wisocki took fourth place with a 3-under-par 69.

There was a four-way tie for fifth place. Milan Schmiesing and Aden Jacobson, Chris Bennett and Greta Nelson, Eirc Means and Asher Means and Jon Dahl and Sawyer Dahl all shot 1-under-par 71.

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There were 24 parent-child groups who played in the tournament.

Parent-Child Championship

(At Eagle Creek Golf Club, Willmar)

PLAYERS — (1) Scott Caruthers and Deiken Caruthers 64 … (t2) Jon Beaver and Mission Beaver  and Matt Gorans and Jordan Gorans 67 … (4) Ana Wisocki and Joey Wisocki 69 … (t5) Milan Schmiesing and Aden Jacobson 71, Chris Bennett and Greta Nelson, Eric Means and Asher Means, Jon Dahl and Sawyer Dahl 71… (9) Corey Nelson and Lola Nelson 72 .. (t10) Luke Haugen and Camden Delfosse, Troy Pederson and Brooklyn Pederson and Erik Rannetttsberger and Jackson Rannettsberger 76 … (13) Joe Wisocki and Luca Wisocki 77 … (t14) Brandon Zumwalt and Lillian Zumwalter, Tom Wodash and Ollie Wodash, and Justin Chapin and Max Chapin 81 … (17) Peter Johnson and Ethan Johnson 82 … (t18) Cameron Edmonds-Halvorson and Cassius Edmonds-Halvorson, Joe Larkens and Annelise Larkens 83 … (t20) Rod Olson and Bennett Olson and Steve Friedlein and Wesley Friedlein 84 … (2) Jon Brandt and Jorgan Rannettsberger 85 … (23) Dave Kadlec and Joel Kadlec 96 … (24) Jaden Baker and Leedon Baker 104.

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