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Boys Golf: Alexandria takes CLC crown; Willmar 3rd

COLD SPRING -- Alexandria shot a 310 Monday to capture the final Central Lakes Conference meet of the year and also the conference title. Fergus Falls shot 318, St. Cloud Tech 320 and Willmar 323. Cody Magnuson led Willmar with a 75. Tony Kallevi...

COLD SPRING -- Alexandria shot a 310 Monday to capture the final Central Lakes Conference meet of the year and also the conference title.

Fergus Falls shot 318, St. Cloud Tech 320 and Willmar 323.

Cody Magnuson led Willmar with a 75. Tony Kallevig shot an 81, Hunter Mottinger an 82 and Hunter Schneider and Matt Suedbeck each shot an 85.

Brian Robley and Nick Brunnell, both of Alexandria, were co-medalist, each shooting a 73.

Willmar is off until June 2 when it plays in the Section 2AA meet at Oakdale.

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Team scoring

(1) Alexandria 310 (2) Fergus Falls 318 (3) St. Cloud Tech 320 (4) Willmar 323 (5) Rocori 325 (6) Brainerd 332 (7) Sartell 343 (8) Sauk Rapids 346 (9) Little Falls 350 (10) St. Cloud Apollo 352

Individual

TOP THREE - (1) tie, Brian Robley, Alx; and Nick Brunell, Alx; each 73 (3) tie, Charlie Braness, SCT; and Keaton Lausch, FF; each 74

Willmar results

Cody Magnuson 75, Tony Kallevig 81, Hunter Mottinger 82, Hunter Schneider 85, Matt Suedbeck 85

Final point standings

Alexandria 63.5 (2) Fergus Falls 62 (3) Willmar 57.5 (4) St. Cloud Tech 51 (5) Brainerd 40.5 (6) Rocori 34.5 (7) Sartell 34 (8) Little Falls 16 (9) St. Cloud Apollo 13.5 (10) Sauk Rapids 12.5

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