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Girls shoot past Saints, 5th at Jordan

By Staff | Apr 29, 2012

The Blue Earth Area Buccaneers had a commanding win over the Saints of St. James on Monday, April 23.

But, the coach wasn’t extremely happy with the team score.

“The girls won another conference meet, always a good thing,” Buc coach Al Cue says. “The score wasn’t real good considering they were playing in very favorable conditions.”

The Bucs defeated the Saints 424 to 500.

Leading the way for BEA was Allie Curtis who came in with a 96. Autumn Drake added a 102.

Both Anna Aukes and Emily Davids carded identical scores of 113 for the Bucs third and fourth individual totals that added to the team score.

Aeli Olson had a 122 for BEA’s other varsity score.

“The girls continue to struggle with their short games,” Cue says. “Hopefully, over the next few weeks, we can get better around the green and then the scores will drop.”

BEA fifth at Jordan Invitational

The Blue Earth Area Buccaneers girls golf team had a chance few teams get they played on the course where the State Golf Meet will be held in June.

The Bucs were invited to play at the Jordan Invitational Golf Tournament, which included several quality teams from around the state.

BEA shot identical team scores of 421 on both days of the meet, Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21.

That totaled 842 and put the Bucs in fifth place out of six teams.

Detroit Lakes won the tourney with a 637, Belle Plaine was second with 763, Fairmont third at 803 and host Jordan shot 822 for fourth. New Ulm came in at 1009 for sixth place.

Allie Curtis led the way for the Bucs, shooting a 98 on the first day and a 90 on the second day for a 188 total, good for 10th place overall.

Autumn Drake shot a 93 the first day and followed with a 98 the second day for a two day total of 191, and 12th place overall.

Natali Fellows came in with a 213, shooting 105 on Friday and 108 on Saturday. Emily Davids had identical 125 scores on both days to add to the team total.

Anna Aukes came in with a 129 and a 127 for a 256 total.

“This was a good tournament to play,” says coach Al Cue. “It was played on a tough course the course that the State Tournament is played on.”

Coach Cue says that gave the girls a good experience.

“The girls were pretty consistent,” he says. “Both Allie and Autumn had a good day, and a not so good day, but both finished in the top third overall.”