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Prep golf: Herding helps W-WG win in Sanborn

DAILY GLOBE SANBORN -- The Westbrook-Walnut Grove girls and the Sleepy Eye United boys earned titles in the Red Rock Central Quadrangular golf meet. Abby Herding of W-WG carded a medalist's round of 39 strokes in the girls' event, four strokes be...

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SANBORN - The Westbrook-Walnut Grove girls and the Sleepy Eye United boys earned titles in the Red Rock Central Quadrangular golf meet.
Abby Herding of W-WG carded a medalist’s round of 39 strokes in the girls’ event, four strokes better than the next-highest competitor. Caleb Christensen of Sleepy Eye United was the boys’ medalist.
The Westbrook-Walnut Grove girls totaled 201 strokes. Sleepy Eye United had 220 and Red Rock Central had 249. Wabasso was incomplete.
Brittany Erickson (53), Avoree Bakken (54) and Cassidy Mischke (55) rounded out the W-WG scores. Laura Laffen had a 43 for SEU. Maria Johnson led RRC with a 57 and Brooke Maasch had a 47 for Wabasso.
Sleepy Eye United had 164 strokes on the boys’ side. W-WG had 211, Wabasso 215 and RRC 239.
Ben Laffen (40), Andrew Neid (42) and Ryan Heinrichs (43) helped the Sleepy Eye United boys’ efforts. Cole Bunting had a 48 for W-WG, Garrett Sagedahl 49 for Wabasso and Mix Miller 52 for RRC.

St. James Triangular
ST. JAMES - Hallie Will’s medalist round of 39 helped the Windom Area Eagles to victory in the St. James Triangular. Martin County West’s Hunter Schofield stroked a 38 to lead his team to a win.
Windom Area’s girls had 177 strokes. St. James Area had 247 and Martin County West 277.
The Martin County West boys had 174 and Windom Area 184. St. James Area was incomplete.
Emily Jackson had a 43, Paige Pigman 44 and Tori Christoffer 51 for the Windom girls.
Sam Diemer had a 43, Tylan Porath 46, Jacob Cory 47 and Ryan Franz 48 for the Windom boys.

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