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Area Boys Golf: Seeling takes title at The Vintage

Area golf meet at The Vintage in Staples.

Golfer chips the ball
Pequot lakes patriot Tyler Seeling chips the ball Friday, April 29, 2022, at the Vintage in Staples.
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STAPLES — Pequot Lakes’ Tyler Seeling fired an 1-over 73 with four birdies to be the individual medalist in the Staples-Motley Invite Friday, April 29, at The Vintage in Staples.

The Patriots finished second as a team with a score of 327 which was 12 strokes behind Albany who finished with 315.

Staples-Motley was third with 338 led by Carter White who finished two strokes back of Seeling for medalist with a 75. White recorded four birdies in his 3-over round.

Staples-Motley’s Peyton Mithun finished sixth with a 79.

Pine River-Backus finished fourth with three golfers in Joseph Zaczkowski, Isaiah Aulie and Brady Bristow all shooting 83.

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Pequot Lakes’ Anthony Armstrong fired an 84 with Logan Fogarty, Cooper Johnson and Ethan Thomas all shooting 85.

Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin placed fifth led by Brody Bodle who shot an 80 to be in eighth place. Will Meyer and Louie Meyer each shot 88 with Frank Meyer firing an 91 for Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin.

Wadena-Deer Creek was seventh with Cole Woods firing a team-high 80 to be in eighth.

High School golfers
Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch

Team scores: 1-Albany 315, 2-Pequot Lakes 327, 3-Staples-Motley 338, 4-Pine River-Backus 341, 5-Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin 347, 6-Foley 356, 7-Wadena-Deer Creek 366, 8-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 373, 9-Park Rapids 414

Individual medalist: Tyler Seeling (PL) 73

Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin results: 8-Brody Bodle 80, 24-Will Meyer 88, 24-Louie Meyer 88, 29-Frank Meyer 91, 33-Kolbe Severson 93, 40-Luke Severson 104

Pequot Lakes results: 1-Seeling 73, 16-Anthony Armstrong 84, 18-Logan Fogarty 85, 18-Cooper Johnson 85, 18-Ethan Thomas 85, 27-Micahel Oseland 90

Pine River-Backus results: 12-Joseph Zaczkowski 83, 12-Isaiah Aulie 83, 12-Brady Bristow 83, 32-Ethan Burns 92, 50-Connor Mink 130

Staples-Motley results: 2-Carter White 75, 6-Peyton Mithun 79, 29-Isaiah Schultz 91, 33-Grant Bestland 93, 35-Keller Anderson 94, 47-Cyril Johnson 119

Wadena-Deer Creek results: 8-Cole Woods 80, 26-Aidan Allred 89, 37-Isaac Christianson 96, 38-Cole Berglund 101, 40-Jaeger Pettit 104, 46-Phillip Ross 117

Next: Crosby-Ironton/Aitkin, Pequot Lakes, Pine River-Backus, Staples-Motley, Wadena-Deer Creek in Mid-Minn meet at The Pines at Grand View Lodge 2:50 p.m. Tuesday, May 3.

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