PARK RAPIDS — The Willmar Boys golf team finished in sixth place in Friday’s 8AAA pre-section meet.

The Cardinals shot a team score of 337 at Headwaters Golf Club. Alexandria finished in first place with 311, beating Brainerd (320) and Sartell (331).

Willmar’s best score came from Nathan Marthaler. He finished tied for 12th after carding an 83. Joey Wisocki was close behind with 84. And the duo of Jacob Streed and Deiken Carruthers both shot 85s.

Alexandria’s Braeden Sladek took medal honors with 72, beating Brainerd’s Dawson Ringler by three strokes.

The Willmar boys play in a Central Lakes Conference meeting Monday in Alexandria.

Boys
Team score

(1) Alexandria 311 … (2) Brainerd 320 … (3) Sartell 331 … (4t) Buffalo and Bemidji 335 … (6) Willmar 337 … (7) Moorhead 363 … (8) Sauk Rapids 364 … (9) Becker 377 … (10) Saint Cloud 382
Individual

TOP FIVE – (1) Braeden Sladek, Alex, 72 … (2) Dawson Ringler, Bra, 75 … (3t) Ryan Daman, Bem; Lance Hamak, Sar; Jack Holtz, Alex; and Arthur Ylitalo, Buf, 79 years old
WILLMAR — (12t) Nathan Marthaler 83… (17t) Joey Wisocki 84… (20t) Jacob Streed 85… (20t) Deiken Carruthers 85

At Rich Spring Golf Club in Cold Spring, the Willmar girls placed eighth with a team score of 390.

The Cardinals were led by senior Kessa Mara. She finished tied for fourth with a round of 83. Kennedy Mara finished second, tied for 27th with a 96.

Hannah Boraas of Alexandria earned medal honors with 74. Teammate Cora Larson was second with 76.

The Willmar girls play in a Central Lakes Conference meeting Monday in Fergus Falls.

Girls
Team score

(1) Alexandria 316 … (2) Brainerd 339 … (3) Detroit Lakes 355 … (4) Bemidji 377 … (5) St. Cloud 379 … (6) Moorhead 382 … (7) Becker 383 … (8) Willmar 390 … (9) Buffalo 395 … (10) Sartell 400 … (11) Rocori 455 … (12) Sauk Rapids 492
Individual

TOP FIVE – (1) Hannah Boraas, Alex, 74… (2) Cora Larson, Alex, 76… (3) Izzy Olson, Bra, 80… (4t) Aisling O’Connor, Alex; Lauren Rebrovich, Alex; and Kessa Mara, Will, 83
WILLMAR — (4t) Kes. Mara 83…(27t) Kennedy Mara 96…(40t) Fernanda Ossa 103…(50t) Avery Olson 108

Staples–Motley Invitational

Pequot Lakes held off Minnewaska/Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa to win at Staples’ Vintage Golf Course.

The Patriots had a team score of 326 while the Blue Jackets were second with 347. Staples-Motley was third with 368.

Minnewaska/BBE’s first round came via Arivia DeBoer. She finished tied for third with an 83. Berkley Steffen (seventh, 85) and Alissa Thorfinnson (tied for eighth, 87) also finished in the top 10.

Pequot Lakes teammates Morgan Krieger and Genevieve Birkeland are tied for medal honors after each of 79 carded.

Girls
Team Score

(1) Pequot Lakes 326 … (2) Minnewaska/Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 347 … (3) Staples-Motley 368 … (4) Moorhead 371 … (5) Hermantown 385 … (6) Wadena-Deer Creek 405 … (7) ) Rogers 417 … (8) Elk River 422 … (9) Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin 427 … (10) New Testament Christian 457
Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Morgan Krieger, PL; and Geneviève Birkeland, PL, 79 … (3t) Arivia DeBoer, M/BBE; and Taylor Bordwell, CI/A, 83 … (5t) Annie Neva, PL; and Charlee Sullivan, PL, 84
MINNEWASKA/BBE – (3t) DeBoer 83 … (7) Berkley Steffen 85 … (8t) Alissa Thorfinnson 87 … (15) Paige Rupp 92

New London-Spicer won the Charger Invitational by nine strokes at Oakdale Golf Club in Buffalo Lake.

The Wildcats finished their round with a 306. Glencoe-Silver Lake was second with 317.

NLS’s Noah Deitz shot a par 71 from 1 under par to secure medalist honors. He birdied on holes 4 and 6 on the front nine, then shot par on each hole on his backstroke.

Peyton Coahran finished fourth with 75. Nixon Harrier also finished in the top 10 for NLS, placing ninth with 79.

Boys
Team score

(1) New London-Spicer 306 … (2) Glencoe-Silver Lake 317 … (3) Mound-Westonka 323 … (4) Hutchinson 325 … (5) Delano 332 … (6) Watertown-Mayer 340 … (7) Litchfield 348 … (8) Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 360 … (9) New Prague 361 … (10) Orono 364 … (11) Dassel-Cokato 369
Individual

TOP FIVE – (1) Noah Dietz, NLS, 71 … (2t) Zachery Meyer, G-SL; and Joe Scheck, Del, 72 … (4) Peyton Coahran, NLS 75 … (5) Devon Verhasselt, Hutch, 76
LITCHFIELD — (13t) Sam Tipka 82 … (31t) Braxton Kerstein 88 … (34t) Brandon Jansky … (34t) Tyler Jansky 89
SNL— (1) Dietz 71… (4) Coahran 75… (9) Nixon Harrier 79… (12) Jake Rooney 81

Edina leads Eden Prairie by three shots after day one of the Minnewaska Invitational at Minnewaska Golf Club in Glenwood.

The Hornets had a 307, followed by the Eagles with 310.

Host Minnewaska is fifth with 341. Their best golfer is Zach Gugisberg with 83, good for 14th place.

Eden Prairie’s Brady Baynes and Edina’s Torger Ohe are tied for Day 1 medal honors with 71 points.

Play resumes at 8:30 a.m. Saturday for the final round.

Boys
Team score

(1) Edina 307 … (2) Eden Prairie 310 … (3) Cloquet 318 … (4) South Lakeville 329 … (5) Minnewaska 341
Individual

TOP FIVE — (1t) Brady Baynes, EP; and Torger Ohe, Ed, 71 … (3) Jack Wetzel, Ed, 73 … (4) Karson Patten, Clo, 75 … (5) Hogan Ordal, LS, 77
MINNEWASKA— (14) Zach Gugisberg 83… (17t) Logan Kostelecky 84… (21t) Hunter Kostelecky 87… (21t) Riley Larson 87

Led by medalist Carson Boe, the Lakeview boys won the Yellow Medicine East Invitational at Granite Run Golf Course in Granite Falls.

The Lakers finished with 163, followed by YME with 177.

James Peterson paced the Sting with a score of 41 for fourth place.

Boe carded a 37 to take first place. Lakeview’s Ethan Schwankl and Minneota’s Anthony Rybinski are tied for second with 40 seconds.

Minneota’s Lauren Bowyer was the girls’ medalist with a 41, beating Canby’s Kara Rangaard by seven strokes. There were no girls team scores recorded.

Boys
Team score

(1) Lakeview 163 … (2) Yellow Medicine East 177 … (3) Minneota 178 … (4) Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 186 … (5) Canby 198
Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Carson Boe, lake, 37 … (2t) Ethan Schwankl, lake; and Anthony Rybinski, Min, 40 … (4t) James Peterson, YME; Arends Lane, Lake; and Chase Christensen, RTR, 41
YME— (4t) Peterson 41… (11t) Nikson Knapper 45… (11t) Brayton Hammer 45… (14t) Cooper McCosh 46
Girls
Team Score

No team score
Individual

TOP FIVE — (1) Lauren Bowyer, Minneota, 41 … (2) Kara Rangaard, Canby, 48 … (3) Shae O’Leary, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton, 51 … (4) Teigyn O’Leary, RTR, 55 … ( 5) Lilli Opdahl, Can, 57 years old