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Buc girls win triangular

By Staff | May 11, 2009

The Buccaneer girls golf team won a triangular meet in Sherburn on Friday, May 1.

The Bucs shot a team total 198 for nine holes for the win. Martin County West came in second with 224 and Southwest Star Concept had an incomplete score, with just two golfers competing.

“This is a pretty good team score for us,” Coach Al Cue said. “I would still like to see us drop by about 10 strokes for the upcoming tournaments.”

Jessica Skaare led the Bucs with a 42. Olivia Skaare shot a 51. Right behind her was Mackenzie Lein with a 52, and Morgan Dickman with a 53 to round out the scoring for BEA.

“Jessica had a great day, including an eagle on a hole,” Cue commented. “The rest of the girls also played pretty well overall, but most had one big hole that hurt their score.”

The win pushed the girl’s season record to 14-7.

JCC 198, BEA 214

The Blue Earth Area girls golf team struggled last Monday in a meet against Jackson County Central. The Huskies downed the Buccaneers on the Bucs’ home course 198-214.

“This was not a real good outing for us,” Coach Al Cue commented. “Our team score was higher than we would like at this time of the year. JCC is a good team, but we are capable of putting up a score that could compete with them.”

Jessica Skaare carded a 47 for the nine holes, and teammate Morgan Dickman was right behind her with a 48.

Olivia Skaare shot a 56 for the Bucs, and Mackenzie Lein came in with a 63 to round out the scoring for the team.

St. James 395, BEA 431

For the second day in a row, the Blue Earth Area girls golf team struggled on the course and lost.

This time it was in St. James, where they fell to the Saints 395-431.

“St James played really well. We didn’t play well,” Coach Al Cue said. “Most all of the team struggled at this meet.”

Morgan Dickman led the Bucs with an even 100 for the 18-hole meet. Jessica Skaare shot a 103.

Mackenzie Lein was third for the Bucs with a 112. Olivia Skaare rounded out the team’s score with her 116.

“Hopefully we will get another chance to play this St. James course,” Cue commented, referring to the fact that the Section Golf Meet will be played in St. James on Tuesday, May 26.

This week the Bucs host Albert Lea on Monday, Waseca on Tuesday, and then will be in the conference meet on Friday.