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Heggerston, Patriots finish 2nd

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Maggie Heggerston carded a runner-up score of 77 to help the Pequot Lakes girls’ golf team finish second behind Detroit Lakes at the Mid-State Conference meet on Monday, May 12, at Detroit Country Club.

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Kate Smith’s medalist score of 69 helped the Lakers win the title with 306, which the Patriots were second at 327. Heggerston and teammate Megan Snyder were all-conference picks while Pequot Lakes’ Amanda Nies, Alex Stone and Sam Olmscheid were honorable mention.

Pequot Lakes is scheduled to play at the St. Cloud Apollo Invitational on Thursday, May 15, and at the Detroit Lakes Invitational on Saturday, May 17.

Girls’ team scores: Detroit Lakes 306, Pequot Lakes 327, Staples-Motley 371, Wadena-Deer Creek 394, Park Rapids 435, Crosby-Ironton 479

Individual medalist: Kate Smith (Detroit Lakes) 69

Pequot Lakes scores: 2-Maggie Heggerston 77, 6-Megan Snyder 80, 8-Amanda Nies 81, 10-Alex Stone and Sam Olmscheid 89, Bella Abear 106.

Patriots 2nd at Jordan Invite

Heggerston fired a 27-hole 117 to finish second and lead the Patriots to second at the Jordan Invitational at the Ridges at Sand Creek.

Heggerston followed her 81 from Friday with a nine-hole 36 Saturday to finish behind Smith of Detroit Lakes, who careded a 108.

Amanda Nies finished with a 130, Alex Stone a 131 and Megan Snyder a 135 for the Patriots.

Team scores: 1-Detroit Lakes 472, 2-Pequot Lakes 512, 3-Marshall 534, 4-Hutchinson 580, 5-Jordan 586, 6-Albert Lea 589, 7-Wasseca 657, 8-St. Peter 663, 9-Triton 716, 10-New Ulm inc,

Individual medalist: Kate Smith (DL) 108

Pequot Lakes results: 2-Maggie Heggerston 81-36 — 117, Amanda Nies 87-43 — 130, Alex Stone 82-49 — 131, Megan Snyder 92-43 — 135, Bella Abear 102-48 — 150, Alex Nelson 105-52 — 157

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