Area Boys Golf: Seeling wins again in Bemidji

Area Boys Golf roundup from May 9

Tyler Seeling
Tyler Seeling

BEMIDJI — Tyler Seeling recorded three birdies and an eagle and finished with a one-under 71 to capture first place and help lead the Pequot Lakes Patriots to a first- place team finish in the Bemidji Invite Monday, May 9, at Bemidji Town and Country Club.

Logan Fogarty shot a 77 for the Patriots and took home a third-place finish while Anthony Armstrong shot an 18th-place 83.

Carter White paced the fifth place Staples-Motley Cardinals as he shot an 81 which was good for a sixth place individual finish.

Isaiah Aulie was the low-scorer for Pine River-Backus as he shot an 85 to help the Tigers to an eighth-place team finish.

Cole Woods shot a 90 for Wadena-Deer Creek as the Wolverines finished 12th.


Team scores: 1-Pequot Lakes 316, 2-Bemidji One 327, 3-Detroit Lakes 332, 4-Roseau 334, 5-Staples-Motley 344, 6- Bemidji Two 348, 7-Hawley 349, 8-Pine River-Backus 352, 9-Perham 360, 10-Thief River Falls 374, 11-Grand Rapids 377, 12-Wadena-Deer Creek 380, 13-Crookston 381, 14-East Grand Forks 384

Individual medalist: Tyler Seeling (PL) 71

Pequot Lakes results: 1-Seeling 71, 3-Logan Fogarty 77, 18-Anthony Armstrong 83, T17-Cooper Johnson 85, T21-Ethan Thomas 86, T54-Michael Oseland 96

Pine River-Backus results: T17-Isaiah Aulie 85, T21-Joseph Zaczkowski 86, T27-Ethan Burns 87, T49-Brady Bristow 94, 82-Connor Mink 115, 83-Gavin Tulenchik 149

Staples-Motley results: 6-Carter White 81, T21-Peyton Mithun 86, T31-Isaiah Schultz 88, T34-Grant Bestland 89, T57-Thomas Johnson 97, T60-Keller Anderson 98

Wadena-Deer Creek results: T39-Cole Woods 90, T49-Isaac Christianson 94, T60-Aidan Allred 98, T60-Jaeger Pettit 98, 79-Cole Berglund 104, 81-Phillip Ross 112

Next: Pequot Lakes, Pine River-Backus, Staples-Motley, Wadena-Deer Creek in Mid-Minn Conference and Arnold Palmer Invite at Deacon’s Lodge 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 10.

Little Falls 4th, Pierz 5th in Albany

ALBANY — Noah Boser paced the Little Falls Flyers with an 82 to help lead them to a fourth-place team finish Monday, May 9, in a Granite Ridge Conference meet at Albany Golf Club.

Richie Varriano finished tied for 11th for Little Falls with an 85 while Hayden Johnson shot an 89 which was good for 22nd.

Lance Otremba tied for third place after shooting an 80 for the Pierz Pioneers as they finished sixth as a team.

Logan Herold shot an 85 for the Pioneers and tied for 11th place.

This was the fourth and final event of the Granite Ridge Conference series as the Pierz Pioneers finished fourth as a team while the Flyers placed sixth.

Herold was the low-scorer for the Pioneers in the series as he finished sixth while Otremba finished tied for 10th.

Boser was the top finisher for the Flyers as he placed 19th.


Team scores: 1-Albany 322, 2-St. Cloud Cathedral 333, 3-Mora 335, 4-Little Falls 349, T5-Zimmerman 359, T5-Pierz 359, 7-Foley 372, 8-Milaca 378

Individual medalist: Drew Lehner (Albany) 78

Little Falls results: T7-Nathan Boser 82, T11-Richie Varriano 85, T22-Hayden Johnson 89, T28-Cullen Moe 93, T34-Mason Rausch, 48-Nolan Kray 107

Pierz results: T3-Lance Otremba 80, T11-Logan Herold 85, T34-Tyler Theis 97, T34-Alex Banick 97, T44-Jacob LeBlanc 100, 47-Connor Gotvald 104

Conference standings: 1-Albany 1305, 2-Mora 1320, 3-St. Cloud Cathedral 1336, 4-Pierz 1408, 5-Foley 1443, 6-Little Falls 1453, 7-Zimmerman 1461, 8-Milaca 1496

Next: Little Falls, Pierz in Arnold Palmer Invite at Deacon’s Lodge 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 10.

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