Girls golf: Syltie and Mallow tie for medalist as Lakers run away with first place in Pequot Lakes

Detroit Lakes girls golf results from Pequot Lakes

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The Detroit lakes girls golf team won the Pequot Lakes invite on Apr. 21, 2022 behind medalist rounds from Laura Syltie and McKenna Mallow.
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PEQUOT LAKES – The Detroit Lakes girls golf team cruised to a first-place finish at the Pequot Lakes invite on Thursday afternoon.

Senior McKenna Mallow and sophomore Laura Syltie tied for the medalist score at 76. Syltie made birdies on Nos. 7 and 17, with pars on 10 other holes. Mallow made par on 11 holes and birdied Nos. 5 and 18.

Sophomore Hannah Knoop scored an 11-over-par 83, while eighth-graders Tatum Gatheridge and Maddie McDougall scored 91 and 92. Freshman Sydney Miller also recorded a 92.

The Lakers had a pair of seventh-graders finish 18 holes on Thursday. Mya Boeke (110) and Benna Hunter (127) competed in their first varsity matches.

Detroit Lakes totaled a team score of 326. Pequot Lakes took second at 337, with Brainerd in third at 357.


PEQUOT LAKES TEAM SCORES- 1- Detroit Lakes 326, 2- Pequot Lakes 337, 3- Brainerd 357, 4- Moorhead 366, 5- Staples-Motley 391, 6- Bemidji 394

Jared Rubado is the sports editor for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus. He moved to the area in September of 2021 after covering sports for the Alexandria Echo Press for nearly three years. Jared graduated from the University of Augustana in 2018 with degrees in journalism and sports managment.
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