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BEA girls golf squad still has room to improve

April 25, 2014
by Brock Buesing - Register Staff Writer (bbuesing@faribaultcountyregister.com) , Faribault County Register

Natali Fellows helped the Buccaneers by shooting an 88 and capturing third place at the New Ulm Invite last Thursday.

The team results were: Jordan 377, Fairmont 427, BEA 439, Glencoe Silver Lake 450, New Ulm 476, NRHEG 483, LeSueur/Henderson and Norwood Young AMerica also competed.

Fellows 88 was tied for the second best round of the day.

Jordan's Trianna Thing fired an 84 with an impressive 38 on the back nine.

For the Bucs, Signe Olson shot a 113 (57-56); Bailey Hanson carded a 117 (61-56) and Ashley Peterson contributed 121 (58-63).

St. James 226, BEA 247

The Blue Earth Area girls golf squad fell short in a match versus St. James, 226-247, last Monday.

Natali Fellows earned medalist honors, shooting a 49.

"Overall, our scores were a little high for this meet," coach Carol Weerts says. "But, there were high winds, which made some holes very long."

Malarie Scholtes shot a 63; Signe Olson contributed a 66 and Olivia Stewart shot a 69.

"I am really happy with the way Olivia was able to bounce back and bring down her score on a tougher course," Weerts adds.

 
 

 

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