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Van Maanen places first to lead H-BC golf

Brennen Rupp

The Hills-Beaver Creek golf team competed in two meets this past week.
On Tuesday, April 20, the H-BC girls took home first place, while the boys placed third.
In Fulda on Thursday, April 22, the boys finished second and the girls placed first.
Meadow Acres
H-BC, Red Rock Central and Southwest Minnesota Christian-Edgerton all competed at Meadow Acres golf course on Tuesday, April 20.
The H-BC girls took home first place with a score of 248. RRC finished second with a score of 260. Southwest Minnesota Christian-Edgerton had an incomplete score.
H-BC’s Tess Van Maanen was the top individual performer with a final score of 44.
Hannah Fick placed second for the Patriots with a score of 52.
On the boys’ side of things, RRC finished first with a team score of 189. SWMNC shot a 201 to finish second. H-BC shot a 215 to place third.
Damion Meinerts shot a 53 for the Patriots. Austin Allen, Thomas Dysthe and Dallas Page all shot 54s.
H-BC, Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda and Westbrook-Walnut Grove all competed in Fulda on Thursday, April 22.
The WWG and HLOF girls’ golf teams had incomplete scores, while H-BC finished with a final score of 227.
Van Maanen took home first place for the girls, finishing with a score of 45.
Fick finished with a round of 59 and Mackenzie Voss shot a 61.
“The ‘new to golf’ girls have improved every meet and hopefully that will continue,” H-BC golf coach Dan Ellingson said. “It really helps our confidence going into conference play.”
For the boys it was HLOF taking home first place with a round of 179. H-BC finished second with a score of 187. WWG shot a 202.
Thomas Dysthe finished third overall with a score of 44.
“The guys put together a good meet,” Ellingson said. “We have the ability to be around that 185-190 score each meet. Hopefully we can continue with that good effort as we begin conference play on the 29th.”
The Patriots will open up conference play on Thursday, April 29, in Mountain Lake.

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