Girls struggle on New Ulm course
The Blue Earth Area girls golf team returned to the New Ulm Country Club for the second time in two weeks last Monday afternoon.
This time, the Bucs fell to the host Eagles by a score of 386-465.
“I was a little disappointed with our scores,” Buc head coach Al Cue says. “We had played the course on a much tougher day and scored about the same as today.”
BEA was led by Allie Curtis, who shot a 104 (54-50) for the 18-hole meet.
Autumn Drake came in with a 107 (52-55).
The Bucs other two scores – which counted to the team’s 465 total – came from Aeli Olson who had a 121 (65-56) and Emily Davids with a 133 (69-64).
The two other members of the Bucs’ team were Natali Fellows who shot a 139 (67-72) and Kali Viland with a 148 (72-76).
Medalist for the meet was Miranda McKeeth from New Ulm who shot an 85 (42-43).
“Hopefully, if the weather ever straightens out,we can get in some good practices and meets and see those scores drop a bit,” Cue says.
This week the team stays busy with a meet on Monday at Belle Plaine. Tuesday they host Fairmont at the Riverside Town and Country Golf Club.
Friday they play against Martin County West on the Fox Lake Golf Course.