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Perham dominates Heart O’Lakes meet in Moorhead

The Perham Yellowjackets have found themselves comfortably on top of the Heart O'Lakes Girls Golf Standings and they continued that trend at the Moorhead Golf Course on May 15.

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Perham's Kolbey Bormann watches as her putt approaches the cup at the Moorhead Country Club. Submitted photo

The Perham Yellowjackets have found themselves comfortably on top of the Heart O’Lakes Girls Golf Standings and they continued that trend at the Moorhead Golf Course on May 15.

The Yellowjackets showcased their dominance at the Moorhead Golf Course, securing the top six individual places on their way to their fifth straight win in Heart O’Lakes Conference play.

It may be a conference first with all six girls capturing medals in the top six spots.

Perham’s Kolbey Bormann was the medalist, she finished with an 87. It was the third straight HOL meet in which Bormann earned top honors.

Allie King fired an 88 for second place, while Mallory Belka came in third place, finishing with an 89.

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Serena Langen earned fourth place honors, finishing the day with a 92. Perham’s Liz Sonnenberg came into the clubhouse, finishing with a 94. She was followed in by Alisha Rosen, who finished the day with a 95.

The Yellowjackets finished the event with a total of 356 for first place honors.

The Yellowjackets return to the course for a meet at Pelican Rapids’ Birchwood Golf Course on May 18. They have a meet at Hawley on May 22, before they close out with the Heart O’Lakes Conference Championships at the Wildflower Golf Course on May 25, beginning at 9 a.m.

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Perham's Liz Sonnenberg chips on to the green during the Heart O'Lakes Conference meet at the Moorhead Country Club. Submitted photo

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