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State Golf: Area players still in contention

Area golfers remain in contention after the first day of the Class A, Class AA and Class AAA boys golf tournaments at the Pebble Creek, Sand Creek and Bunker Hills courses on Tuesday.

Area golfers remain in contention after the first day of the Class A, Class AA and Class AAA boys golf tournaments at the Pebble Creek, Sand Creek and Bunker Hills courses on Tuesday.

Willmar's Levi Hauser shot an opening-round 73 to tie for 10th after the first day of the Class AAA tournament at Bunker Hills. Blaine's Caleb Van Arragon leads at 69. Minnetonka leads the team competition at 292 and Wayzata is second at 296. St. Thomas Academy is third at 298 and Stillwater is fourth at 301.

MACCRAY's Brady Madsen is tied for fourth in the Class A tournament after shooting a 76 at Pebble Creek. Lac qui Parle Valley's Henry Roth and Willmar Community Christian School's Brett Reid are tied for ninth at 78. Blooming Prairie's Tommy Braaten shot 68 as the first-day leader. In team play, Mahnomen-Waubun is at 316 and leads second-place Sleepy Eye United by 14 strokes.

Minnewaska's Esten Stensrud and Morris/Chokio-Alberta's Jacob Zosel are among three players who shot 69 in the Class AA tournament at Sand Creek and sit a shot back of first-day leaders Lincoln Cizek of Holy Family and Cecil Belisle of Red Wing. The Blake School team is first at 292, Detroit Lakes is second at 294 and Holy Family is third at 295.

As of 4 p.m. today, the Class AAA, Class AA and Class A girls tournaments were still underway. See this web site and Wednesday's Tribune print edition for more on the tournaments.

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