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Hazen keeps rolling at Bully Pulpit

MEDORA -- The Hazen boys golf team kept rolling Monday at the Beach Invitational at Bully Pulpit Golf Course. Hazen junior Chad Marshall took medalist honors with a 75 and Brady Hillerud and Conor Borud carded 80 and 81, respectively, to help Haz...

MEDORA -- The Hazen boys golf team kept rolling Monday at the Beach Invitational at Bully Pulpit Golf Course.

Hazen junior Chad Marshall took medalist honors with a 75 and Brady Hillerud and Conor Borud carded 80 and 81, respectively, to help Hazen secure the team win with a 321.

Killdeer brothers, Zach and Austin Dufault, had a 78 and 79, respectively, to help the Cowboys to 329 and a third-place finish.

Dickinson Trinity eighth-grader Josh McCormick's 89 guided the Titans to a 12th-place finish among 17 teams.

Led by Derek Ziman's 79 and Jared Seibel's 80, Beulah finished second with a 326.

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Beach Invitational

At Bully Pulpit Golf Course, Medora

Team scores: Hazen 321, Beulah 326, Killdeer 329, Washburn 337, Stanley 341, Divide County 343, Bowman County 358, Watford City 362, Heart River 368, Glen Ullin-Hebron 374, New Salem 376, Dickinson Trinity 384, Flasher 405, Standing Rock 415, Grant County 428, Mott-Regent 432, Beach 435.

Individual Top 10: 1, Chad Marshall, Hazen, 75. 2, Jared Kautzman, New Salem, 77. 3, Michael Sheldon, Washburn, 78. 4, Zach Dufault, Killdeer, 78. 5, Austin Dufault, Killdeer, 79. 6, Derek Ziman, Beulah, 79. 7, Jared Seibel, Beulah, 80. 8, Brock Overbo, Divide County, 80. 9, Brady Hillerud, Hazen, 80. 10, Cameron Dietz, Hazen, 81.

Other local finishers

Beach: Bobby Szudera 97, Brandon Ekre 108, Brady Zachmann 114, Jake Tescher 116, Kyle Bagley 116, Devin Steele 118.

Beulah: Derek Ziman 79, Jared Seibel 80, Zach Morris 82, Josh Schank 85, Nick Kasanke 90, Cody Blaisdell 95.

Bowman County: Brock Boos 87, Andrew Bagley 88, Jake Mason 90, John Lockert 93, Tyler Hendrickx 97, Brice Boos 103.

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Dickinson Trinity: Josh McCormick 89, Lance Pender 94, Nathan Knopik 98, Sam Jilek 103, Christian Rodokowski 104, Christian Olson 105.

Divide County: Brock Overbo 80, Kurt Friesz 84, Blake Lampert 88, Alex Power 91, Cole Casteel 93, Clayton Giampaolo 94.

Flasher: Phillip Schmidt 92, Tyler Doll 99, Justin Fitterer 101, Justin Bentz 113, Dillon Zins 120, Austin Fitterer 124.

Killdeer: Brian Quintus 81, Josh Armitage 91, Carl Rohde 95.

Glen Ullin-Hebron: Corey Filibeck 90, Jarrod Auer 90, Tanner Sibla 94, Bryce Hein 100, Jayme Opp 109, Tyler Voegele 122.

Grant County: Brett Hands 104, Tyler Doll 107, Justin Hands 108, Derek Brackle 109, Joseph Roth 114.

Hazen: Dustin Rothe 85, Conor Borud 87, Jacob Bitterman 93.

Heart River: Devon Schmeling 82, Michael Zarak 94, Channing Wagner 95, Jared Schock 97, Chandler Synnes 102, Jordan Zarak 115.

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New Salem: Jared Kautzman 77, Bryce Tellman 89, Monte Nilsen 113, Dalton Reinfeld 107, taylor Freisz 109, Jarad wolf 117.

Mott-Regent: Lance Olson 89, Justin Herner 114, Val Jahner 114, Lance Gern 115.

Standing Rock: Kyle Claymore 95, Maurice Standing Bear 99, Steath Keener 100, Kent Grey Cloud 121, Taylor Molash 125, Shawney Tree Top 139.

Stanley: Zach Jarmin 82, Chase Enget 84, Aaron Johnson 85, Adam Evensvold 90, Tanner Borud 90, Jordan Schell 91.

Washburn: Paul Wollmuth 84, Jeff Rasmussen 87, Bryce Barnhard 88, Brad Trueblood 92, Paul Swanson 96.

Watford City: Nick Liebel 85, Daylen Langerud 90, Chris Larsen 92, Dillon Langerud 95, Seth Dougherty 97, Doug Rolfson 98.

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