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Hazen girls take first at Beulah Invite

BEULAH -- Led by medalist Beth Leier's 84, Hazen's girls golf team led the way Monday at the Beulah Invite with a team score of 380.Beulah finished in second as a team at 389, and Heart River was third with a score of 404. Western Morton placed f...

BEULAH - Led by medalist Beth Leier’s 84, Hazen’s girls golf team led the way Monday at the Beulah Invite with a team score of 380.
Beulah finished in second as a team at 389, and Heart River was third with a score of 404. Western Morton placed fourth (410), and Watford City was fifth (452).
Beulah’s Hannah Obrigewitch placed second with a 93, and teammate Morgan Tomchuk placed fourth with a 96.
Heart River’s Laynee Kudrna was fifth with a 97. Watford City’s Abby McCauley shot a 96 for third place.

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