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Girls Golf: Lady Hornets off to solid start to season

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Girls Golf: Lady Hornets off to solid start to season
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The Frazee Lady Hornet golf team finally got their season started and played in four Heart O’Lakes Conference golf meets in a nine day period.

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Frazee played in two meets on May 6, at Perham and at Frazee. Perham won both meets while the Lady Hornets took fifth place in each, out of a total of eight teams.

Eighth grader Maddisan Parsons led Frazee in both meets with scores of 56 and 55. Her sister Alexis Parsons was next with scores of 66 and 56.

They were followed by Brittany Lormis at 62, 62; Cara Roers, 68, 63; and Sydney Dahlgren, 63, 69. Rachel Nelson of Perham was medalist in both meets with scores of 39 and 41.

Thursday, Frazee traveled to Tipsinah Mounds golf course near Elbow Lake.

The Lady Hornets again finished in fifth place with Perham again taking the team title.

Frazee scores were Maddisan Parsons’ 51, Alexis Parsons and Brittany Lormis, 55, Sydney Dahlgren, 60 and Cara Roers, 68. Nelson was the medalist again with a 38.

On Tuesday under windy conditions at Birchwood Golf Course in Pelican Rapids, Frazee had their best performance to date, as they finished in fourth place.

Perham once again was the team champion.

Maddisan Parsons once again led Frazee with a 48. Alexis Parsons had a 51, Becky Karasch a 55, Mary Tychsen a 59, Lormis a 62, and Roers a 76.

“The girls are happy to finally be out on the course playing some rounds,” head coach Dave Conzemius said.

“Our scores have improved every meet and we look for continued improvement in the next week as well before sub-section play on May 23.”

Frazee is back in action on Thursday with two nine conference meets at Breckenridge and Barnesville.

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