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Perham boys take HOL Hawley

For the second straight meet, the Perham boys golf team was the overwhelming winner. The Yellowjackets tamed the Hawley Golf Course, winning by 15 strokes on April 21.

For the second straight meet, the Perham boys golf team was the overwhelming winner. The Yellowjackets tamed the Hawley Golf Course, winning by 15 strokes on April 21.

The Yellowjackets followed up their win in Pelican Rapids with another strong performance at the Hawley Golf Course. The Yellowjackets continue to show their strength at the top of their lineup, finishing with the top three golfers.

While it was Charlie Rasmussen who earned top honors at Pelican Rapids, it was Ben Nelson’s turn to step up to the forefront. Nelson fired a 69, earning top honors by seven strokes.

Charlie Rasmussen followed with a 76, finishing second overall. Perham’s Isaac Guck rounded out the top three for the Yellowjackets. Guck came into the clubhouse one shot behind Rasmussen, finishing with a 77.

Hawley’s Riley Byklum finished with a 78 for fourth place, while Carter Justesen came in with a 78 as well, finishing fifth on a scorecard playoffs. Barnesville’s Grant Inniger rounded out the top six, finishing with a 79.

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Marcus Belka finished with a 90 in his varsity debut for the Yellowjackets, while Philip Guck came into the clubhouse with a 93. Leighton Rach finished the day with a 100 for Perham.

The Yellowjackets continued their strong team run, winning the meet with a score of 312. Hawley was second, finishing with a 327, while Barnesville came in third with a 341. Pelican Rapids finished fourth, while Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton rounded out the top five with a 377. Frazee and Breckenridge closed out the field.

After two meets, the Yellowjackets hold a two point edge in the overall standings, ahead of Hawley, who has four points. Barnesville is third with six points, while Pelican Rapids is fourth with eight points. DGF and Frazee have 11 points each, while Breckenridge has 14.

The Yellowjackets hope to make it three for three in HOL action when they head to the Wildflower Golf Course for the HOL-DGF meet on April 24 at 2 p.m.

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