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Mahlberg paces WHS girls golf team at conference meet

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MORTON — The Worthington High School girls and boys golf teams took their talents to Dakota Ridge Golf Club in Morton on Monday for the Big South Conference meet, and junior Lilly Mahlberg led the way.
Mahlberg shot a 91, which was good enough for sixth place overall. And with it, she earned all-conference honors.
Redwood Valley, led by Mia Jenniges' medalist round of 80 and teammate Julian Brown, who shot an 82, won first place as a team with 354 strokes. Worthington finished sixth among the 10 teams.
Other top WHS scores were Ellie Weg with 103, Kendall Nixon 110 and Tarren Spartz 113. Ada Lund of Windom Area carded a 91 and Ava Brinkman of Jackson County Central shot a 92.
On the boys' side, St. Peter won the team title with 324 strokes, and Marshall was second with 335. Worthington finished 11th out of the 12 competing teams.
Fairmont's Brock Lutterman was medalist with a 76. Kaiden Brovold (78) of St. Peter and Blake Madalee (79) of St. Peter were close behind. Henry Hartquist of Luverne was tied for fourth place with an 80.
For Worthington, Andrew Dorcey had 94, Spenser Braaksma 97, Andrew Mulder 99 and Tyler Jaycox 100.

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