Junior Nate Stevens of Northfield is tied for the lead in the MSHSL Class AAA State Golf Tournament in Coon Rapids.  Three golfers broke 70 today at Bunker Hills Golf Course.

Jack Wetzel of Edina equaled Stevens with a 68 over the first 18 holes of the tournament.  Joe Kortan of Moorhead shot a 69.  Kyler Schwamb of Farmington join three other golfers to shoot 70.

Other area Class 3A boys golf results:

  • Hogan Ordal, Lakeville South carded a 76.
  • Owen Mickschl, Lakeville North  78
  • Ethan Norman, Rochester Mayo  79
  • Drew Teeter, Albert Lea  80
  • Leo Gellert, Mankato West  73
  • Owen Bjork, Mankato West  74

Edina leads the team competition by 3 strokes over Maple Grove,  Eastview is 4 strokes back.  Alexandria Area 6 strokes back, Chaska 7.

Fertile-Beltrami is tied with Sleepy Eye for the lead in the Class 2A boys competition.  They have a two shot lead over Legacy Christian Academy.

Kenyon-Wanamingo senior Tanner Angelstad shot 77 so he's 7 strokes out of the lead.

Bethlehem Academy freshman Brayden Larson carded an 81 which is good enough to be in the top 20.

Bethlehem Academy Freshman Brayden Larson at State Golf Tournament. Photo provided by Todd Rost
Bethlehem Academy Freshman Brayden Larson at State Golf Tournament. Photo provided by Todd Rost

Other area golf scores in Class A include:

  • Kadyn Neubauer of United South Central shot 74
  • Max Schmitz of Southland carded 79
  • Logan Thell, Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton
  • Keegan Bronson, Hayfield 86

Cloquet leads boys AA with a team score of 300.  Totino-Grace is 5 strokes behind, Delano 8 shots back.  Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa  is 14 shots off the pace.

Cloquet's Sam Baker shot an opening round 68.  Joseph Scripture of Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa had a 73,  Anders Larson of PI/ZM a 75.  Michael Scripture of PI/ZM shot a 77.

Griffin Seifert of Waseca carded a 97.

Bethlehem Academy senior Ashley Rost collected a 47 on the back nine to finish the first day with a 99.  Two ladies from Lac qui Parle are atop the leaderboard.  Isabella Jacobs had a 78 in Becker.  Sarah Halvorson had a 81.

Other area Class A girls scores include:

  • Halle Strunk of Blooming Prairie 90
  • Jessica Ressler of Blooming Prairie 93
  • Kirsten Thell of Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton  94
  • Carly Bronson of Hayfield  110
  • Maggie Bruns of Blooming Prairie 112

Lac Qui Parle has a 19 stroke lead in the team competition.

The Lake City Tigers girls are 16 strokes ahead of Fergus Falls after the opening day of the Class 2A Tournament.

Mallory Belka of Perham leads the field with a 73.  Lake City's Jordana Windhorst Ki sits with a 75, Margaret Bahr of Cannon Falls is 5 shots back with a 78 and MaKenna Reinhardt of LeSueur-Henderson shot a 79

Other Area Class A golfer results:

  • Campbell Gunderson of Stewartville  82
  • Elizabeth Fagerlind of Kasson-Mantorville  86
  • Ella Matzke, Lake City, 88
  • Molly Kennedy of  Lake City 89
  • Emma Berge, Lake City  91
  • Megan Nelson, Waseca  91
  • Mattie Mears, Lake City  97
  • Natalie Appel, Byron  105
  • Brooke Bee, Lake City  107

Complete girls individual AAA results were not included on the MSHSL website.

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