Ruby Seidl tied for fourth place to lead the Pequot Lakes Patriots to a second-place finish in the Pequot Lakes Invite Thursday, April 15, at Crosswoods Golf Course in Crosslake.
“Being such a young team, I had no idea what to expect,” head coach Savannah Smith said. “I was pleasantly surprised with how strong our younger classmen performed.”
Seidl fired an 84 with three birdies, followed by Morgan Krieger in seventh place with an 85.
Rounding out the Patriot girls were Genevive Birkeland with a 91, Maddie Pederson with 93, Annie Neva with 96 and Kate Stephens with 103.
Detroit Lakes claimed the top spot at the Crosslake meet, where six schools braved the cold to compete.
“I am very excited to see what this group of girls can do this season,” Smith said. “We will continue to work hard and see what happens.”
Team scores:1-Detroit Lakes 339, 2-Pequot Lakes 353, 3-Minnewaska 365, 4-Staples-Motley 391, 5-Moorhead 412, 6-Pequot 2 459, 7-Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin inc.
Individual medalist: Annika Stensrud (Minnewaska) 74
Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin results: Taylor Bordwell 105, MeKayla Van Santen 111
Pequot Lakes results: Ruby Seidl 84, Morgan Krieger 85, Genevive Birkeland 91, Maddie Pederson 93, Annie Neva 96, Kate Stephens 103
Pequot Lakes 2 results: Charlie Sullivan 101, Morgan Dotty 107, Maddie Wendt 116, Oliva Den Hartog 135
Staples-Motley results: Adriana Dickey 84, Ava Schneider 91, Mallory Uselman 101, Walker Johnson 102