Girls' Golf: Park, East Ridge, New Life have strong weeks
The Park girls' golf team stayed local on Friday, travelling to Eagle Valley Golf Course for a sunny day of golf.
The Wolfpack finished in seventh place with a score of 361, right behind Elk River which finished with a score of 360.
Park had Carissa Oberding lead the Wolfpack with a score of 83, which placed her 10th in the individual standings. Alli Lentz and Maddy Bloedel were right behind with scores of 91 and 92 respectively.
Emily Waldo finished the day with a score of 95. Mackenzie Husaby and Molly Jensen rounded out the Wolfpack with scores of 100 and 104, respectively.
Park went to Tanners Brook Golf Course in Forest Lake on Tuesday to play nine holes of golf.
Stillwater and Roseville had strong days on the course finishing first and second. Park finished in fifth place with a score of 179 and was right behind Forest Lake which scored a 178.
Park had a strong day with five of its six golfers shooting in the 40s. Emily Waldo had the best score for the Wolfpack with a 43, while Carissa Oberding and Alli Lentz finished the day with scores of 44 each.
Mackenzie Husaby was right behind the trio with a score of 48 and Maddy Bloedel was right behind her with a score of 49. Abby Smoot rounded out the Wolfpack with a score of 60.
NLA second at Elk River
The New Life Academy girls golf team traveled to Elk River for one of their first meets of the season. The Eagles took second overall behind Heritage in a strong nine-hole tournament.
Kendra Stone led New Life with a 49, while Rachel Mueller was right behind her with a score of 53.
Anna Bettmann and Claire Wallerick rounded out the group with scores of 57 and 58 respectively.