A pair of Bulletin-area high school students saw their spring sports seasons extended by an extra week. They participated in last week's state golf tournaments.
Kyle Brodt (submitted photo)
A pair of Roseville-area high school students saw their spring sports seasons extended by an extra week. They participated in last week’s state golf tournaments.
Girls’ golf is a sport that doesn’t often make the news. This year is different.
Although he is in his first year as head coach, Adam Schmidt knows plenty about the Irondale High School boys golf team. That's because he was an assistant under former head coach Ron Olsen for three seasons.
Last year's Mounds View High School boys golf team was young and the expectations weren't very high. That turned out to be a self-fulfilling prophecy as the Mustangs struggled.
North boys golf coach Jim Pearson is looking forward to the 2015 boys golf season.
He recently stated, "We are young and eager to improve over last year's record (when the Polars finished in eighth place in the conference).
The traditionally successful Hill-Murray boys golf program will be evaluating several newcomers during practices this spring.
Playing in the spotlight of the state tournament makes an ordinary 18-hole round much more than that.
Roseville Area High School senior Sean Landkamer completed his prep sports career last week by playing in the state golf tournament for the second time.
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