Ranger girls 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 girls golf team clinched the Suburban East Conference championship last Thursday with a gutsy performance at Oak Glen Golf Course in Stillwater. Forest Lake recorded the best score by a landslide, posting a team mark of 337. Mounds View was second with a 351, followed by Woodb...Read More
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It was a memorable home invitational for the Forest Lake girls golf team last Monday when hosting 16 teams at Tanner’s Brook Golf Course. The Rangers not only won their home event, but posted their best score of the season at 314 to top runner-up Stillwater, who recorded a score of 333. Woodbury c...Read More
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The Ranger girls golf team is keeping on top of the Suburban East Conference standings after another first-place finish last week. Forest Lake leads in standings by three points (26 total) over Woodbury and Stillwater, who are tied at 23. The Rangers earned the top place at Highland National Golf Co...Read More
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The Forest Lake girls golf team may have just three seniors on its squad, but head coach Andrea Brischke said leadership, depth and confidence will be the key factors in this season’s success. “I’ve got nine girls who could rotate on varsity who are experienced — majority of them have been p...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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