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Gold season in full swing as Cardinals open conference play

Lead Summary
Brennen Rupp

Mother Nature delayed the start of the season for the Luverne golf team, but the Cardinals are in full swing now.
They competed in three meets this past week. The boys’ and girls’ teams hosted Adrian on Tuesday, April 20. Luverne then hosted a Big Southwest division meet.
On Monday, April 26, the Cardinals traveled to Marshall for a conference meet.
On Tuesday, April 20, the Cardinals slayed the Dragons at the Luverne Country Club, 169-180.
Henry Hartquist was the top individual performer with a round of 38.
Brady Bork finished fourth with a score of 42.
Colin Schoeneman finished with a score of 44 to place fifth.
A total of six teams competed in the Big South meet in Luverne on Thursday, April 22.
The Cardinals took home first place by finishing with a score of 167. Marshall finished second overall with a score of 175. Redwood Valley finished third with a score of 179.
Hartquist was the top individual performer with a score of 38.
Luverne’s Owen Sudenga finished one stroke off the pace with a score of 39 to place second.
A total of five teams converged on the Marshall golf course on Monday, April 26.
The Tigers edged out Luverne for the top spot by finishing with a score of 165. The Cardinals finished with a score of 166. Windom placed third with a final score of 174.
Hartquist shot a 37 to lead the Cardinals. Cooper Arends shot a 40. Brady Bork finished with a round of 44. Tyler Arends shot a 45 and Sudenga shot a 46. Colin Schoeneman shot a 49.
While the Luverne boys were in Marshall, the girls’ golf team was in Windom for a conference meet.
Just like the boys, the Cardinals were one stroke off the leaderboard. Marshall finished with a round of 207, while the Cardinals finished with a final score of 208.
The golf teams will be back in action on Thursday, April 29, when they welcome the Worthington Trojans to the Luverne Country Club.

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