Ranger boys golf
The Forest Lake girls golf team took sixth place of eight teams in their first Class AAA state appearance under head coach Andrea Brischke’s tenure. The Rangers, who totaled a team score of 696, competed at Bunker Hills Golf Course on on Tuesday and Wednesday. Edina took first place at 630, fo...Read More
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The Forest Lake boys golf team traveled to the Northern Invitational at The Quarry at Giant’s Ridge on May 8 and 9. The Rangers took on 23 teams and nearly clinched the title, coming in second place on a tiebreaker. Duluth East finished first, tying the Rangers in overall score at 625, but won the...Read More
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Forest Lake faced a variety of weather conditions this week, competing in three tournaments around the state. The Rangers kicked off the week last Wednesday at the Grand National Invite, hosted by Cloquet-Esko. Forest Lake encountered gusty winds and 40-degree weather, but came out on top with a fir...Read More
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Though the Ranger boys golf team graduated two all-conference and one all-conference honorable mention athletes last season, Forest Lake plans to continue its tradition of a strong golf program. The Rangers placed second at the Section 7AAA championships last spring and third at the state meet in 20...Read More
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Ninth-grader Maddy Messin represented Forest Lake at the Class AAA state golf tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday at Bunker Hills Golf Club in Coon Rapids. Messin tied for 40th place of 88 golfers with a combined score of 169 over the two-day event. Messin shot a 42 on the front nine on day one, th...Read More
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In keeping with the rest of the spring season, weather played a key factor in the outcome of the Forest Lake boys golf season last week. The Section 7AAA teams fit in only one round of play due to rain delays at Grand National Golf Club in Hinckley.  Forest Lake was unable to defend its [...]...Read More
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