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Shorthanded Dickinson boys golf finishes 17th in East-West Classic

FARGO -- With a day-two score of 770, the Dickinson High boys golf team finished 17th out of 19 teams in the East-West Classic held at the Edgewood Golf Course on Saturday, April 28.

FARGO - With a day-two score of 770, the Dickinson High boys golf team finished 17th out of 19 teams in the East-West Classic held at the Edgewood Golf Course on Saturday, April 28.

The Midgets were without seniors Hunter Myran, Dylan Pokorny, Aidan Levorsen and Robert Currie as the foursome missed day two of the event due to prom.

Sophomores Brayden Urlacher and Logan Greef each improved on their scores from day one;  Greef sliced six shots off with a day-two score of 101, while Urlacher clipped a shot from his performance, shooting a Saturday mark of 100.

Urlacher finished the event in 80th place while Greef followed in 84th place.

Fargo Davies won the event with a two-day team score of 626. Eagles junior Ethan Olson won the individual competition after shooting a two-day mark of 149, two shots lower than his nearest competitors.  

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Results Saturday 2018 East-West Classic (Day Two)At Edgewood Golf CourseTotal team scores: 1, Fargo Davies, 626. 2, Grand Forks Central, 640. 3, Grand Forks Red River, 642. 4, West Fargo, 650. 5, Bismarck Century, 658. 6, Minot, 663. 7, West Fargo Sheyenne, 666. 8, Shanley, 670. 9, Bismarck High, 679. 10, Fargo North, 708. 11, Bismarck St. Mary’s, 718. 12, Wahpeton, 719. 13, Fargo South, 737. 14, Mandan, 744. 15, Turtle Mountain, 746. 16, Jamestown, 763. 17, Dickinson, 770. 18, Williston, 771. 19, Bismarck Legacy, 836.Individual top 10: 1, Ethan Olson, FD, 149. T2, Cole Hanson, GFC, 151. T2, Jackson Ward, BC, 151. T4, Blaze Ackerland, GFS, 153. T4, Adam Van Raden, GFRR, 153. T6, Zach Teske, WF, 158. T6, Alex Skarperud, FD, 158. 8, Trey Hohbein, Ma. 159. 9, Easton Evanoff, Mi. 160. T10, Matt Kulla, FD, 161. T10, Bryce Bye, FD, 161. T10, Jack Olson, FD, 161. T10, Brady McGarry, GFC, 161.Other Dickinson finishers: 80, Brayden Urlacher, 201. 84, Logan Greff, 208.

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