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Frazee girls' golf keep on improving

The Frazee Lady Hornet girls' golf team had a busy week, which saw them participate in two Heart O'Lakes Conference meets on Monday and Tuesday, along with the Fergus Falls Invitational Thursday.

On Monday at the Bois de Sioux golf course in Wahpeton, N.D., and Breckenridge, Frazee had its second best HOL finish of the season as they placed fifth out of 8 teams.

Pelican Rapids won the meet with a 191 total while Frazee had a total of 238.

Mary Tychsen led the Lady Hornets with a 53.

Alexis Parsons had a 59, followed by Maddisan Parsons with a 62, Becky Karasch with a 64 and Sydney Dahlgren and Brittany Lormis, who each had a 72.

On Tuesday at Willow Creek Golf Course in Barnesville, Frazee had a better day in windy conditions, but fell a few notches in the team standings to seventh place for the meet with a 226.

Pelican Rapids again was the team champion with a 179 total, which was one shot better than runner-up Perham.

Alexis Parsons led the Lady Hornets with a round of 51, followed closely by Tychsen with a 52. Lormis had a 61, Dahlgren a 62 and Maddisan Parsons had a 65.

On Thursday, Frazee traveled to Pebble Lake golf course in Fergus Falls, which is the site of the sub-section and section golf meets later this season.

The Lady Hornets had a solid day, which saw them place sixth out of nine teams.

Pequot Lakes was the team champion with a score of 339, while Frazee finished with a 439. The Lady Hornets beat Section opponents Ada-Borup and Mahnomen, which last year beat Frazee by close to 100 shots.

Monica Wold of Crookston was the medalist with a 76, while Alexis Parson led Frazee with a career-low 18-hole round of 102.

Karasch added a 110, Tychsen a 111, Cara Roers had 116, Maddisan Parsons a 122 and Lormis had a 132.

"Overall, this was a really good week for us," head coach Dave Conzemius said. "We are hitting the ball much better than early in the season. We are struggling on the greens a little right now and I look for our scores to continue to drop as their short games improve."

Frazee is back in action Monday, when D-G-F hosts an 18-hole conference meet at the Meadows in Moorhead starting at 9 a.m.