Area Boys Golf: Meyer reaches state for Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin

Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin boys golf in the Section 7-2A meet June 2

Frank Meyer
Frank Meyer

BIWABIK โ€” Crosby-Ironton/Aitkinโ€™s Frank Meyer carded one birdie as he shot an 82 on Day Two of the Section 7-2A meet, Thursday, June 2, to finish with a two-day 165 and finish fourth to qualify for state at The Quarry at Giants Ridge.

As a team, CIA finished sixth with a 725. Will Meyer shot a Day Two 99 to finish with 186. Brody Bodle shot a 93 for a total of 188 and Louie Meyer shot a 102 for a total of 195.

Team scores: 1-Cloquet 635, 2-Mora 687, 3-Rock Ridge 689, 4-Hermantown 704, 5-Proctor-Esko 712, 6-Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin 725, 7-Hibbing 749

Individual medalist: Karson Patten (Cloquet) 153

Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin results: Frank Meyer 83-82 -- 165, Will Meyer 87-99 -- 186, Brody Bodle 95-93 -- 188, Louie Meyer 93-102 -- 195, Luke Severson 86-115 -- 201

Next: Class 2A State Tournament at Ridges at Sand Creek, Jordan, 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 14.

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