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Golf: 3 Tigers, 2 Patriots compete at state

Photo illustration, Metro Creative Graphics, Inc.

Five area high school golfers competed in the state tournament in Jordan on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11 and 12.

Pine River-Backus junior Brady Raph makes another trip to the state meet, where he finished fourth in 2018 with a two-round score of 150 - 75 on each day of the tournament. In the first round of 2019 competition, he was tied for 14th with a score of 81 (nine over par).

Also representing the Tigers are two state participants on the girls' side: junior Bella Netland and eighth-grader Hannah Barchus. Netland finished 56th at state in 2018 with a two-day score of 209.

In the first nine holes of the state meet, Netland shot a 56 while Barchus fired off a 51.

For the Patriots, two boys golfers, junior Henry Neva and freshman Tyler Seeling, are competing at state. This is the first state appearance for both golfers.

Seeling shot an 8-over 80 on the first day of competition, while Neva shot an 85.

Look for results from the state meet at pineandlakes.com