Girls Golf: Olson’s 4th leads Warriors

The Brainerd Warriors opened their season Wednesday, April 26, at the Alexandria Invite.

Izzy Olson
Izzy Olson
Kelly Humphrey

ALEXANDRIA — Izzy Olson opened her senior season with a fourth-place 79 to lead the Brainerd Warriors to fifth Wednesday, April 26, in the Alexandria Invite at Alexandria Golf Club.

Olson shot 2-over 38 on the front nine and posted a 41 on the back.

Madelyn Holmstrom timed for 18th with her 91 and Marcella Timmons tied for 20th with a 92.

Team scores: 1-Detroit Lakes 329, 2-Wayzata 337, 3-Alexandria 355, 4-Minnewaska 361, 5-Brainerd 365, 6-Moorhead 372, 7-Sartell 377, 8-Legacy Christian Academy 390, 9-Buffalo 391, 10-Willmar 396, 11-Fergus Falls 416, 12-Bemidji 426, 13-St. Cloud Crush 444

Individual medalist: Hannah Boraas (Alex) 73


Brainerd results: 4-Izzy Olson 79, 18t-Madelyn Holmstrom 91, 20t-Marcella Timmons 92, 47t-Kiley Jendro 103, 55t-Karley Dunham 108, 65t-Meredith Holmstrom 113

Next: Brainerd in Central Lakes Conference meet at Madden’s Resort 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 2.

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