Prep Golf Roundup: Minnewaska boys sixth at Detroit Lakes

Fargo Davies wins Northwest Classic; Lakers led by Harste's 155

DETROIT LAKES — The Fargo Davies boys golf team won the Northwest Classic at Detroit Lakes Country Club on Saturday.

The Eagles won the two-day event with a score of 589, beating West Fargo Sheyenne by 11 strokes. Taking medalist honors was Moorhead’s Ian Simonich after shooting a 4-under par 67 on Day 2. He finished first over the two days with 140, beating Davies’ Gabe Benson by two strokes.

Minnewaska finished sixth with 638, with Cole Harste leading the way with a 17th-place score of 155.

Northwest Classic


Team scoring

(1) Fargo Davies 589 (2) West Fargo Sheyenne 600 (3) Moorhead 608 (4) Grand Forks Red River 610 (5) Detroit Lakes 630 (6) Minnewaska 638 (7) Fargo North 655 (8) Fargo South 711



TOP FIVE — (1) Ian Simonich, Moor, 140 (2) Gabe Benson, FD, 142 (3t) Sam Suppes, FD; and Benett Persoon, WFS, 148 (5) Jayme French, WFS 149
MINNEWASKA — (17) Cole Harste 155 (25) Riley Larson 161 (31t) Mason McGinty 163 (36t) Hunter Kostelecky 164

Wright County

The New London-Spicer girls golf team won its first Wright County Conference championship since 2003 following the final WCC meet on Friday at Timber Creek Golf Course in Watertown.

Over the 10 conference meets, the Wildcats compiled a score of 1,975, beating Litchfield ’s 2,012. Senior Ava Hanson was the conference champion with a total of 339, followed by Annandale’s Ella Broich (363) and Litchfield’s Kaity Kuzler (374).

Along with Hanson, Izzy Schmiesing and Annika Duininck were named All-WCC after finishing seventh and ninth, respectively.

Kuzler, Claudia Toenjes (eighth, 391) and Brooke Sworski (tied-10th, 411) were also All-Conference players for the Dragons.

At Friday’s meet, Litchfield won with a team score of 384, beating NLS by 15 strokes.

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