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Detroit Lakes repeats at Mid-State Golf for 11th straight conference crown

McKenna Mallow leads Lakers to victory with a third place finish.

McKenna Mallow was one stroke off the conference championship pace for medalist honors in leading the Lakers to an 11th consecutive conference championship Monday, May 17, 2021, in Deerwood. Robert Williams / Tribune

The Detroit Lakers girls golf team won the Mid-State Conference Championship for an 11th straight season defeating Pequot Lakes by 13 strokes at Ruttger’s Bay Lake Lodge in Deerwood Monday, May 17.

McKenna Mallow continued to lead the Lakers finishing in sole possession of third place with a score of 81, one stroke behind co-medalists Adriana Dickey of Staples-Motley and Park Rapids’ Maddi Manninga.

All four scoring Lakers finished in the top 10 with Laura Syltie in fifth place with an 86, while Evan Westrum and Hanna Knoop shared seventh place after carding matching 89s.

McKenna Burhans finished in 11th place two strokes back. Sydney Miller shot 99.

The Lakers finished with a team score of 345. Pequot Lakes had three golfers in the top 10 to claim second place (358).


Detroit Lakes is off until Friday, May 21, when the Lakers compete at Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls, beginning at 9 a.m.

Mid-State Conference girls golf championship, Ruttger’s Bay Lake Lodge

Teams: 1 Detroit Lakes 345, 2 Pequot Lakes 358, 3 Staples-Motley 376, 4 Park Rapids 383, 5 Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin 441.

Top 10:

Co-medalist Adriana Dickey, SM 80,

Co-medalist Maddi Manninga, PR 80

3 McKenna Mallow, DL 81

4 Anna Eckman, PR 82


5 Laura Syltie, DL 86

6 Ruby Seidl, PL 87

T7 Evan Westrum, DL 89

T7 Hanna Knoop, DL 89

T9 Maddie Pederson, PL 90

T9 Annie Neva, PL 91

T11 McKenna Burhans, DL 91

Sydney Miller, DL 99


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