Boys Golf: Warriors 3rd in CLC meet

The Brainerd Warriors competed at Territory Golf Club.

Dawson Ringler
Dawson Ringler
Kelly Humphrey

ST. CLOUD — Dawson Ringler continued his solid play by tying for third with a 5-over 77 to lead the Brainerd Warriors to third in a Central Lakes Conference meet Monday, May 1, at Territory Golf Club.

Ryan Kennedy fired a 79 to tie for sixth. He was followed by Ryan Gerlich’s 86, which tied him for 16th, and 87s from Drew Haakonson and Keegan Davidge.

Team scores: 1-Sartell 309, 2-Willmar 317, 3-Brainerd 329, 4-Alexandria 334, 5-Sauk Rapids 346, 6-Rocori 379, 7-St. Cloud Crush 382

Individual medalist: Lance Hamak (Sartell) 73

Brainerd results: 3t-Dawson Ringler 77, 6t-Ryan Kennedy 79, 16t-Ryan Gerlich 86, 19t--Drew Haakonson 87, 19t-Keegan Davidge 87, 24t-Max Holmstrom 90

Next: Brainerd hosts Warrior Invite at Cragun’s Legacy Courses 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 3.

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