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Lady E-Hawk Golfers Earn Trio of All Confernce Selections

May 3, 2018
By Dan Voigt , Emmetsburg News

by Dan Voigt

FORT?DODGE - Emmetsburg's first foray into the Twin Lakes Conference Girls Golf Tournament on Monday not only featured strong competition, but incredibly brisk winds that created additional challenges for the golfers. But when the final scores were tallied, Emmetsburg would finish third overall in the team standings and placed three members of the Lady E-Hawk squad on the 2018 All Conference team.

Senior Parker Traub, along with junior Molly McCain and Sophomore Gretchen Hofstad all finished in the top 15 of the 63-player field at the Lakeside Golf Course in Fort Dodge.

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ALL?CONFERENCE?GOLFERS - Emmetsburg’s Parker Traub, Molly McCain and Gretchen Hofstad all earned Twin Lakes All Conference honors by virtues of their finishes in Monday’s Conference Tournament at Fort Dodge. -- Submitted photo

Alta-Aurelia would win the team title with a 385, while Newell-Fonda finished second with a 414. Emmetsburg would place third, shooting a 434.

For Emmetsburg, Parker Traub would shoot rounds of 49 and 52 for a 101-stroke total, which earned her the eighth place individual finish. Gretchen Hofstad would card rounds of 53 and 52 for a 105-stroke total to place 12th and Molly McCain captured 15th place and the final All Conference finish with her rounds of 52 and 57 for a 109 stroke total.

Emmetsburg senior Emily Berkland would shoot rounds of 54 and 65 for a 119 to finish in 32nd place, while Somer Hudson carded a 53 and 67 for 120 to finish in 34th place and senior Hannah Malm would shoot rounds of 60 and 62 for a 112 to earn a 38th place finish.

Titans Results

The Titans of Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire would end up finishing in 11th place in Monday's Conference tournament with a 537 stroke team total.

Leading the Titans' effort was Madison Petersen with a score of 59 and 56 for a 115 stroke total, good for 24th place.

Annika Akridge would card rounds of 70 and 69 for a 139 stroke total and 60th place finish, while Mackenzie DePyper shot rounds of 68 and 73 for a 141 stroke total and 61st place finish, while Lauren Josephson would card rounds of 68 and 74 for a 142-stroke total, good for 62nd place.

 
 
 

 

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