BEMIDJI — Kessa Mara shot a 92 to tie for 16th place as Willmar finished 10th of 14 teams Friday in the Bemidji Invitational.

Brainerd won the event with a 322 at Bemidji Town & Country Club. Detroit Lakes was second with a 331. Willmar had a 407.

The Cardinals’ next best individual was Bailey Olson, who tied for 28th with a 96.

Brainerd’s Katie Foley shot a 76 to earn medalist honors. She slipped past Bemidji’s Nicki Son, who had a 77. Brainerd’s Anna Krieger shot a 78.

Bemidji invitational

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Girls

Team scoring

(1) Brainerd 322 (2) Detroit Lakes 331 (3) Pequot Lakes 366 (4) Fergus Falls 367 (5) East Grand Forks 388 (6) Sartell 398 (7) Bemidji 399 (8t) Roseau; and Crookston 403 (10) Willmar 407 (11) Moorhead 412 (12) St. Cloud Tech/Apollo 424 (13) Thief River Falls 438 (14) Rocori 454

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Katie Foley, Br, 76 (2) Nicki Son, Bem, 77 (3) Anna Krieger, Br, 78 (4) Mckenna Mallow, DL, 81 (5) Evan Westrum, DL, 82
WILLMAR — (16t) Kessa Mara 92 (28t) Bailey Olson 96 (50t) Halle Mortensen 109 (56) Kennedy Mara 110

Wright County - Corcoran

With all four of its scorers with 9-hole rounds under 40, the New London-Spicer boys beat Glencoe-Silver Lake by 10 strokes to win the Wright County Conference meet at Shamrock Golf Course.

Peyton Coahran, Noah Dietz and Nixon Harrier each carded 38s for the Wildcats, who finished with a team score of 153. Jake Rooney completed the team score with 39.

Litchfield’s Sam Tipka took medalist honors with a 36, beating GSL’s Zach Meyer and Rockford’s Phillip Gorder by a stroke. As a team, the Dragons placed third with 164.

Boys

Team scoring

(1) New London-Spicer 153 (2) Glencoe-Silver Lake 163 (3) Litchfield 164 (4) Dassel-Cokato 172 (5) Rockford 174 (6) Annandale 176 (7) Watertown-Mayer 188

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Sam Tipka 36 (2t) Zach Meyer, GSL; and Phillip Gorder, R, 37 (4t) Peyton Coahran, NLS; Noah Dietz, NLS; and Nixon Harrier, NLS, 38
NLS — Coahran 38, Dietz 38, Harrier 38, Jake Rooney 39
LITCHFIELD — Tipka 36, Braxton Kerstein 40, Tyler Jansky 44, Maison Olson 44

Camden South - Minneota

The Lakeview boys and Canby girls won the Camden Conference South division meet at Countryside Golf Club in Minneota.

The Laker boys finished with a score of 173. Lakeview’s Carson Boe and Minneota’s Cole Myhre shared medalist honors with each shooting 40s in the nine-hole round. Yellow Medicine East placed fifth with 208 and was led by Nick Moritz’ 47.

Canby was the only complete team for the girls, finishing with 255. Minneota’s Lauren Bowyer was the medalist with a 45.

Boys

Team scoring

(1) Lakeview 173 (2) Minneota 184 (3) Canby 199 (4) Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 206 (5) Yellow Medicine East 208 (Inc) Tracy-Milroy-Balaton

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1t) Carson Boe, L; and Cole Myhre, M, 40 (3) Ethan Schwankl, L, 41 (4) Alex Munson, TMB, 42 (5) Cole Arends, L, 43
YME — (7t) Nick Moritz 47 (7t) James Peterson 47 (21t) Cooper McCosh 52 (25) Parker Levitz 62

Girls

Team scoring

(1) Canby 255 (Inc) Lakeview, Minneota, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Lauren Bowyer, M, 45 (2) Kara Rangaard, C, 52 (3) Jeren Rost, M, 53 (4) Sydney Hedman, L, 54 (5) Teigyn O’Leary, RTR, 59

The Preview - Edinburgh

Community Christian senior Brett Reid carded an even-par 72 at Edinburgh Golf Course in Brooklyn Park.

That was good enough for a tie for seventh place for Reid. The Eagles took 12th with a 344. CCS was by far the smallest school enrollment-wise in the tournament.

Maple Grove and Minnetonka tied for first with 298s. Eden Prairie (308) was third and Edina (311) was fourth.

Minnetonka’s Carson Herron earned medalist honors with a 5-under-par 67.

Boys

Team scoring

(1t) Maple Grove; and Minnetonka 298 (3) Eden Prairie 308 (4) Edina 311 (5) Spring Lake Park 315 (6t) Alexandria; and St. Thomas Academy 319 (8) Elk River 322 (9) Chaska 323 (10) Northfield 326 (11) Waconia 343 (12) Community Christian School 344

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Carson Herron, M, 67 (2t) Lucas Feterl, MG; and Nate Stevens, N, 70 (4t) Brady Holland, ER; Braeden Sladek, A; and Ian Meyer, M, 71

CCS — (7t) Brett Reid 72 (50t) Daniel Reid 86 (60t) Nathan Davis 90 (68) Will Chapin 96