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|Paynesville Press - May 10, 2006|
Girls host conference meet at Koronis Hills
Junior Marissa Mackedanz tied for second as the Bulldogs girls' golf team hosted their West Central Conference North home meet at Koronis Hills Golf Course on Friday.|
Mackedanz shot a six-over-par round of 42 on the front nine at Koronis Hills, finishing two strokes behind the medalist, Krista Kalthoff of Albany, who carded a 40. Five players, including Mackedanz, shot rounds of 42.
Junior Marissa Mackedanz finished two strokes behind the medalist at two conference golf meets last week, shooting 44 at LPGE and 42 at home.
Senior Amber Jensen shot 48 for the Dogs, tying for 15th individually.
The Dogs, as a team, were edged by Melrose by one stroke, 205-206, for sixth place.
Albany won the conference meet with four players shooting 44 or better, totaling 169. Minnewaska, which retains the overall conference lead, was second at 177.
Junior Cassandra Olmscheid and ninth grader Karla Leitzman completed the Dogs' team score by carding 58s.
This week, the Dogs played in a nonconference meet at Sauk Centre on Tuesday. They will host ACGC in a nonconference meet at Koronis Hills on Wednesday, May 10, and they will also play in a noncon-ference meet at Litchfield on Thursday.
Next week, the Dogs will play in a conference meet at Melrose on Monday, May 15, and they will play their last conference meet at NL-S on Tuesday, May 16. To make up for the meet schedule at Minnewaska in April, but postponed due to the weather, the girls' teams will play 18 holes at Little Crow Country Club next Tuesday.
The Dogs (214) finished five strokes out of fifth place but ended in eighth after being edged by NL-S (209), LPGE (211), and Melrose (213).
Minnewaska and Albany tied for the meet championship with totals of 182, but the Lakers beat the Huskies on the fifth-score tiebreaker.
Junior Marissa Mackedanz finished two strokes behind the medalists again, shooting 44 and tying for sixth at the meet. Senior Amber Jensen shot 49 for the Dogs and finished in a tie for 14th.
Junior Cassandra Olmscheid (57) and sophomore Meghan Doll (64) completed the Dogs' team score.
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