Boys Golf: Ringler takes home medalist honors at Fergus Falls

Brainerd boys golf at Pebble Lake Golf Course

Dawson Ringler
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FERGUS FALLS — Dawson Ringler fired a 75 to be in a four-way tie for co-medalist in the Central Lakes Conference meet Wednesday, May 18, at Pebble Lake Golf Course.

Ringler recorded three birdies including birdies on his opening and closing holes to finish his 3-over round.

The Warriors finished tied for fourth as a team with Willmar. Ryan Gerlich fired a 93 and Ryan Kennedy a 87 for the Warriors.

Team scores: 1-Sartell 309, 2-Alexandria 312, 3-Fergus Falls 332, T4-Brainerd 333, T4-Willmar 333, 6-Alexandria 343, 7-St. Cloud 376, 8-Rocori 399

Individual medalist: Dawson Ringler (Brd) 75, Lucas Greenlun (Sar) 75, Braeden Sladek (Alex) 75, Lance Hamak (Sar) 75

Brainerd results: 1-Ringler 75, 14-Ryan Gerlich 83, 26-Ryan Kennedy 87, 28-Keegan Davidge 88, 28-Alex Asche 88, 41-Marty Timmons 93

Next: Brainerd in Central Lakes Conference Championship at Eagle Creek Golf Course, Willmar, 9 a.m. Friday, May 20.

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