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Girls 3rd, boys 5th at SCC Meet

By Staff | Jun 1, 2010

The Buccaneer girls golf team finished third at the South Central Conference Meet on Friday, May 21, in Fairmont.

The Bucs shot a team total of 394 for their third place finish.

Fairmont won the SCC championship title with a 384 team score. In second was Waseca with 387.

“The girls shot a decent round at this meet,” Buc Head Coach Al Cue says. “A score of 394 is about where we have been for most of our meets. Give credit to Fairmont and Waseca for playing very well.”

Two Buccaneer girls were named All-Conference.

Jessica Skaare led the Bucs with an 89 (46-43) and was named to All-Conference honors. Olivia Skaare shot a 95 (49-46) to also get on the All-SCC list.

Autumn Drake was third on the Bucs’ team, shooting a 103 (52-51), while teammate Tessa Huber added a 107 (54-53) to round out the Bucs’ score.

Other Blue Earth Area varsity scores were Morgan Dickman with a 109 (57-52) and Mackenzie Lein with a 120 (59-61).

The final SCC team standings had Fairmont first with 32 points, BEA second with 26, Waseca third with 24, New Ulm fourth with 18, St. Peter fifth with 12 and St. James in sixth place with six points.

Buc boy golfers fifth

The Blue Earth Area Buccaneer boys golf team had a rough outing at the South Central Conference Meet in Fairmont on Friday, May 21.

The Bucs shot a team total of 363 which put them in fifth place.

BEA was led by sophomore Andy Aukes who shot a 7-over par 79. The score put him fourth overall for the day, and gained him All-Conference honors.

Slater Peterson came in with an 84, well below his season average. He was 16th on the scoring list for the day, missing the All-SCC list by six places.

Nate Glimsdal added a 98 for BEA, and Chris Sundquist shot a 102 to round out BEA’s team total.

Other varsity scores were a 106 by Bodey Bell and a 108 by Jacob Black.

“I was really impressed by Andy and Slater today,” Coach Travis Armstrong says. “Both of them had some rough holes, but were able to keep it together over the course of the whole round.”