Golfers take fifth at two meets

This article submitted by Maria Janotta on 4/26/00.

The Bulldogs played in decent weather on Thursday, April 13, in their second conference meet of the season at Angushire in St. Cloud.

Despite the highways, office buildings, and housing developments that line this course, the girls managed to take fifth place with a total of 212. Litchfield won with a total of 175.

The meet was hosted by St. Cloud Cathedral.

Top scorers for Paynesville were Sally Heitke, 48; Brittany Caldwell, 54; Heather Fuchs, 55; and Jena Spaulding, 55. Katie Wright, Amanda Glenz, and Beth Holt also played in this meet.

at Cathedral, Thursday, April 13
Team scores
- Litchfield 175; Sauk Centre 177; Albany 185; Cathedral 208; Paynesville 212; Melrose 231; LPGE 251.

Paynesville scores - Sally Heitke 48; Brittany Caldwell 54; Heather Fuchs 55; Jena Spaulding 55; Amanda Glenz 63; Beth Holt 65; Katie Wright 66;
TOTAL: 212

On Tuesday, April 18, the Bulldogs traveled to Litchfield to play in their third conference meet of the season. The girls took fifth place, trailing Cathedral by only one stroke.

The weather was the nicest the girls had played in all season with 60 degree temperatures and a nice breeze.

Albany won the meet with a total of 174. The medalist of the meet was Julie Eveslage from Albany, who shot a 39.

Sally Heitke led Paynesville with a 55. Heather Fuchs shot 57, Maria Janotta 58, and Erin O'Fallon 59. The Bulldogs' total was 229, just behind Cathedral's 228.

Amanda Glenz and Katie Wright also competed for Paynesville.

The girls played at Sauk Centre yesterday. Those scores will be in next week's paper.

The girls play at Albany tomorrow and will host a tournament in Paynesville on Saturday morning, starting at 8:30 a.m.

at Litchfield, Tuesday, April 18
Team scores
- Albany 174; Sauk Centre 191; Litchfield 193; Cathedral 228; Paynesville 229; Melrose 238; LPGE 265.

Paynesville scores - Sally Heitke 55; Heather Fuchs 57; Maria Janotta 58; Erin O'Fallon 59; Amanda Glenz 61; Katie Wright 62;
TOTAL: 229

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