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Area Boys Golf: Ballou 2nd for third-place Flyers

ALBANY--Junior Ethan Ballou placed second with a round of 79 helping the Little Falls Flyers to a third-place team finish in a Granite Ridge Conference meet Monday.

ALBANY-Junior Ethan Ballou placed second with a round of 79 helping the Little Falls Flyers to a third-place team finish in a Granite Ridge Conference meet Monday.

Adam Beack and Aaron Sanoski each carded 88 for Little Falls, which is fifth after two GRC meets.

Team scores: 1-St. Cloud Cathedral 322, 2-Albany 339, 3-Little Falls 350, 4-Becker 360, 5-Zimmerman 363, 6-Mora 368, 7-Milaca 372, 8-Foley 402

Individual medalist: Will Freeman (SCC) 74

Little Falls results: 2-Ethan Ballou 79, 14-Adam Beack 88, 15-Aaron Sanoski 88, 27-Nick Stevens 95, 37-Landon Johnson 100

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Conference standings: 1-St. Cloud Cathedral 629, 2-Becker 696, 3-Milaca 350, 4-Albany 718, 5-Little Falls 723, 6-Zimmerman 742, 7-Mora 764, 8-Foley 859

Next: Little Falls in Granite Ridge Conference Meet at Elk River Golf Club 3 p.m. May 2.

Pillager third

EAST GULL LAKE-Isaac Thomson scored a 95 to help the Pillager Huskies finish in third-place with a 458 in a Quad County Conference meet Monday at Cragun's Legacy Courses.

Jacob Lewis trailed his teammate with a 111 and Riley Woida scored a 113 for the Huskies.

Team scores: 1-OTC 346, 2-Hillcrest Lutheran 400, 3-Pillager 458, 4-LPGE 489

Individual medalist: 1-Noah Chase (OTC) 79

Pillager results: Isaac Thomson 95, Jacob Lewis 111, Riley Woida 113, Ethan Thomson 139

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Next: Pillager in Quad County Conference meet at Thumper Pond Golf Course, Ottertail 1 p.m. Tuesday May 1.

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