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May 19, 2013

West second, East fourth at North Links

NORTH MANKATO — Eleanor Dhuyvetter shot an 84 at North Links Golf Course on Saturday, tying for third place individually and helping Mankato West to a second-place finish at the Mankato Girls Golf Invitational.

Providence Academy won the meet with 351 strokes. West had 366, followed by Totino Grace (387), Mankato East (392) and Watertown-Mayer (433).

Alex Shmid of Shakopee was the medalist with a 71.

East's low round was shot by Caylin Steinberg, who finished fifth with an 87.

Also for East, Hayley Spoors shot a 101. Caitlin Clause and Amanda Broman each carded a 102. For West, Emily Smith fired a 91, Kendra Allen had a 94 and Marie Buseth shot a 97.

 

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