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Prep Golf Roundup: Community Christian, Brett Reid look strong

Eagles, led by Reid's 4-under 31, wins meet at Willmar

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WILLMAR — With senior Brett Reid earning medalist honors with a 4-under par 31, the boys golf team of Community Christian School of Willmar cruised to a victory in Camden Conference North division action Thursday at Valley Golf Course.

CCS finished with a team score of 159, beating Renville County West ’s 183. CCS’ Nathan Davis finished in the top five with a round of 41.

The Jaguars were led by Jaden Kolker, who carded an even-par round of 35.

The Lac qui Parle Valley girls team finished three strokes ahead of second-place Dawson-Boyd , 185-188.

LQPV teammates Isabella Jacobs and Sarah Halvorson split medalist honors after both shot 42s. The Blackjacks’ Ella Mork was third with 43.

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Camden Conference - Willmar

Boys

Team scoring

(1) Community Christian School 159 (2) Renville County West 183 (3) Dawson-Boyd 191 (4) Lac qui Parle Valley 194 (inc) MACCRAY , Central Minnesota Christian

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Brett Reid, CCS, 31 (2) Jaden Kolker, RCW, 35 (3) Carson Besonen, LQPV, 40 (4t) Nathan Davis, CCS; and Trent Cavaness, MAC, 41
CCS — (1) B. Reid 31 (4t) Davis 41 (6) Daniel Reid 43 (7t) Jonathan Reid 44
RCW — (2) Kolker 35 (7t) Ryan Schrupp 44 (16) Cody Thompson 49 (25) Payton Chan 55
D-B — (7t) Collin Swedzinski 44 (13) Sawyer Plessner 47 (14t) Evan Mork 48 (19t) Grant Martinson 52
LQPV — (3) Besonen 40 (17t) Kaidyn Stender 50 (19t) Charlie Ulstad 52 (19t) Lucas Vacek 52
MACCRAY — (4t) Cavaness 41 (7t) Gavin Husman 44 (17t) Tyler Heida 50
CMCS — (11t) Carver Vanderhagen 45 (14t) Skyler Watson 48

Girls

Team scoring

(1) Lac qui Parle Valley 185 (2) Dawson-Boyd 188 (3) MACCRAY 231 (4) Community Christian School 243 (inc) Central Minnesota Christian

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1t) Isabella Jacobs, LQPV; and Sarah Halvorson, LQPV, 42 (3) Ella Mork, D-B, 43 (4) Madison Selchert, D-B, 46 (5t) Brook Olson, LQPV; and Elly Stratmoen, D-B, 48
LQPV — (1t) Jacobs 42 (1t) Halvorson 42 (5t) Olson 48 (8t) Kaitlyn Kittelson 53
D-B — (3) Mork 43 (4) Selchert 46 (5t) Stratmoen 48 (7) Rachael Lund 51
MACCRAY — (8t) Alexis Noble 53 (14) Kori Bristle 55 (15) Callie Macht 59 (19t) Raelee Bristle 64
CCS — (8t) Katrina Velyan 53 (16) Sydney Gustafson 60 (17t) Anneka Olsen 63 (21) Sage Mulder 67
CMCS — (17t) Natasha Erickson 63

Central Lakes - St. Cloud

Sartell beat out Alexandria by three strokes in a Central Lakes Conference boys meet at St. Cloud Country Club.

The Sabres finished the afternoon with a score of 322 while Alexandria had a 325. Brainerd was third with 329. Sartell’s Logan Hamak was the medalist with 72, beating Rocori’s Drew Schneider by a stroke.

Willmar placed eighth with a team score of 364. Joey Wisocki led the squad with a score of 83, finishing in a tie for 12th place. Behind him was Nathan Marthaler with a 30th-place score of 89. Simon Brouwer (94) and Tyler Bulthuis (98) also contributed to Willmar’s team score.

Boys

Team scoring

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(1) Sartell 322 (2) Alexandria 325 (3) Brainerd 329 (4) Rocori 336 (5) St. Cloud Tech 339 (6) Fergus Falls 346 (7) Bemidji 347 (8) Willmar 364 (9) Sauk Rapids 375

Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Logan Hamak, S, 72 (2) Drew Schneider, R, 73 (3) Braeden Sladek, A, 76 (4t) Sam Geller, SCT; and Lange Hamak, S, 79

WILLMAR — (12t) Joey Wisocki 83 (30) Nathan Marthaler 89 (37t) Simon Brouwer 94 (44t) Tyler Bulthuis 98

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