Bucs down the Eagles
The Blue Earth Area Buccaneer girls golf team ended up in seventh place out of 10 teams at the St. Peter Invitational last Tuesday.
The Bucs came in with a team score of 412.
Leading the way was Natali Fellows who came in with a 96 (51-45).
Mateja Lane came in right behind with a 101 (48-53).
Rounding out the Bucs scoring was Ashley Petersen with a 107 (54-53) and two players with 108. Claire Jordan shot 108 (54-54) and Malarie Scholtes 108 (53-55).
Taking the win at the tourney was Eagan with a team tally of 358.
The host St. Peter Saints came in second with a team total of 371. The Saints Anna Amos was medalist with an 82 (46-36).
In third was Annandale with 393, Waseca fourth with 394, Jordan fifth with 396, Rochester Century sixth with 401, Belle Plaine eighth at 427 and Le Sueur-Henderson ninth at 440.
The USC Rebels had an incomplete score and did not place.
USC’s Katelyn Loeger- ing shot a 98 (51-47), Kate Koestler carded a 103 (53-50) and Kendall Stenzel shot 122 (62-60).
This week the Buccaneers play at Fairmont on Tuesday.
BEA 209, New Ulm 222
The Buccaneer girls golf team defeated the New Ulm Eagles 209-222 on Friday, April 29 on the Riverside Town & Country Club golf course.
The Bucs’ Natali Fellows led the way with a 44 score for the nine holes. It was the low score for the day and earned her medalist honors.
Mateja Lane came in with a 51 for the Bucs. Malorie Scholtes was right behind with a 53. And, rounding out the team score was a 61 from Ashley Petersen.
Other BEA scores were a 62 from Claire Jordan and an 83 from Olivia Myers.
The Bucs also won the junior varsity match by a very close 273-275 score.
Leading the way for the Bucs was Maddie Armon who shot a 63. Gabby Weerts added a 69, Olivia Stewart a 70 and Erin Hannamann a 7.