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Wednesday's ResultsTomahawk conferenceAt Oakdale Golf ClubBoys team scoring(1) Sleepy Eye 328 (2) Minnesota Valley Lutheran 380 (3) Springfield 387 (4) tie, Gibbon Fairfax-Winthrop 401 and Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 401 (6) Wabasso 409 (7) New Ulm Ca...

Wednesday’s Results
Tomahawk conference
At Oakdale Golf Club
Boys team scoring
(1) Sleepy Eye 328 (2) Minnesota Valley Lutheran 380 (3) Springfield 387 (4) tie, Gibbon Fairfax-Winthrop 401 and Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 401 (6) Wabasso 409 (7) New Ulm Cathedral 420 (8) Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart 527
Individual
MEDALIST – Ben Laffen, Sleepy Eye, 77
Area results
BLHS – David Carlson 124, Hunter McFall 129, Carter Best 136, Connor Hettinger 138

Girls team scoring
(1) (1) Springfield 369 (2) New Ulm Cathedral 392 (3) Sleepy Eye 411 (4) Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop 494 (5) Minnesota Valley Lutheran 535; BLHS, Cedar Mountain/Comfrey and Wabasso incomplete
Individual
MEDALIST – Lauren Laffen, Sleepy Eye, 86
Area results
BLHS – Mariah Paulson 107, Audree Ginsburg 105

Tuesday’s Results
Central Lakes conference
At Madden’s East, Brainerd
Alexandria edged Sartell by three strokes in a Central Lakes Conference meet on Tuesday.
Willmar finished fourth. The Cardinals’ Grace Sawyer shot 91 and Jordan Sankey and Lindsey Grabow both carded 94s.
Brainerd’s Julia Wallace and Alexandria’s Bridget Amundson earned medalist honors with 80s.
Team scoring
(1) Alexandria 342 (2) Sartell 345 (3) Brainerd 365 (4) Willmar 378 (5) Fergus Falls 379 (6) St. Cloud Tech 380 (7) Sauk Rapids 415 (8) Rocori 423 (9) St. Cloud Apollo 476
Individual
MEDALIST – Tie, Julia Wallace, Brainerd, and Bridget Amundson, Alexandria, 80
Area results
WILLMAR – Grace Sawyer 91, Jordan Sankey 94, Lindsey Grabow 94, Amanda Mathiasen 99, Bridget Reuss 103, Gaby Jasso 112

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