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Section 3A golfers complete first day of tournament

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WORTHINGTON — Ciera Tutt of Murray County Central for the girls, and Carson Boe of Lakeview for the boys led the field in the Section 3A golf tournament on the first day at GreatLIFE Golf and Fitness Club in Worthington on Wednesday.
Tutt shot a 91 as her MCC team finished the day atop the standings. Boe struck a 75 to lead his Lakeview team atop the leader board.
The Section 3A finals are Friday in Worthington. Several of the top individuals and the top four teams from Wednesday advance to the finals.
Murray County Central had 431 strokes through Wednesday in the girls event. Next was Adrian/Ellsworth 439, Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda/Westbrook-Walnut Grove 459, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 499 and Red Rock Central 518.
The top 10 individuals were Tutt, Brielle Vis of Southwest Christian/Edgerton with 91, Lauren Bowyer of Minneota 96, Tess Van Maanen of Hills-Beaver Creek 97, Ellyson Bang of HLOF/WWG 103, Taya Elias of A/E 106, Madeline Wagner of AE 107, Madelyn Koep of HLOF/WWG 109 and Shae O'Leary of R-T-R 110.
Lakeview's boys had 431 total strokes Wednesday, followed by Minneota 364, A/E 368, HLOF/WWG 370 and R-T-R 387. There are 11 complete teams in the boys ranks.
Following Boe on the boys leader board are Brock Henning of A/E and Sawyer Drent of HLOF/WWG with 80, Cole Arends of Lakeview 85, Jack Abrahamson of Canby and Ethan Schwanki of Lakeview 86, and Alex DePestel of Minneota, Cole Myhre of Minneota, Chase Christensen of R-T-R and Jayden Goblish of Wabasso with 88 each.

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