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Chinook Golfers perform well on home course, five qualify for State Tournament

 

April 17, 2019

The Chinook High School Golf team hosted their second meet of the season this past Saturday. Teams are having a difficult time getting on many courses due to the long winter but the Sugarbeeters have had the opportunity to play on the local course for some time. Chinook swept the girls and boys tournament. Pictured above (L-R): Senior Chase Moxley 56-44 100 - 1st, freshman Braden Eoff 55-53 108 - 2nd, sophomore Ethan MacLeod 56-55 111 - 3rd, sophomore Hailey Bell 48-52 100 - 1st, senior Ashley MacLeod 52-53 105 - 2nd and Alyssa Gruszie 51-55 106 - 3rd.

The long cold extended winter is still leaving its mark on the spring sports schedule as local high school golf teams saw another opportunity to play following the cancellation of the Cut Bank Invitational on Friday.

The course in Chinook however came through the winter in good shape and was ready to give teams an opportunity to compete. Generally the Sugarbeeters host their Invitational the first Saturday in May, however this year they hosted their second meet of the season this past Saturday.

Teams from Malta, Harlem, Hays/Lodge Pole and Box Elder joined Chinook for a boys and girls tourn...



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