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Boys Golf: Blackjacks cruise in first Camden meet of the spring

TYLER -- Easton Popma shot even-par 71 Monday at the Tyler Golf Club to win medalist honors and help Dawson-Boyd win the first Camden Conference meet on the shortened season.

TYLER - Easton Popma shot even-par 71 Monday at the Tyler Golf Club to win medalist honors and help Dawson-Boyd win the first Camden Conference meet on the shortened season.

The Blackjacks’ top four scores - Popma’s 71, Christian Thoen’s 74, Cameron Kemen’s 80 and Spencer Erickson’s 84 - totaled 309, 51 shots better than runner-up MACCRAY.

Riley Sigdahl placed third individually for the newest conference member Lac qui Parle Valley and Brady Madsen followed at fourth to pace MACCRAY.

The conference has just two 18-hole meets before holding the championships on Monday, May 13 in Marshall. Minneota hosts the next meet next Monday.

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TOP FIVE – (1) Easton Popma, DB, 71 (2) Christian Thoen, DB, 74 (3) Riley Sigdahl, LQPV, 78 (4) Brady Madsen, MACCRAY, 79 (5) Cameron Kemen, DB, 80

Dawson-Boyd results

Popma 71, Thoen 74, Kemen 80, Spencer Erickson 84

LQPV results

Sigdahl 78, Hunter Lind 92, Jaden Kallhoff 93, Lucas Strand 99

MACCRAY results

Madsen 79, Chuck Rothwell 89, Dean Schroeder 95, Isaac Gosseling 97

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