Boys Golf: Nevis plays tune-up round at Virginia

The Tigers place 14th with a 359.

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VIRGINIA – The Nevis boys golf team tuned up for the Section 7A tournament by competing at the Rock Ridge Invitational at the Virginia Golf Course on Friday, May 20.

The Tigers finished 14th in the 20-team field with a 359. Leading Nevis were Ty Warrington (44-40) with an 84, Lealan Norby (47-41) with an 88, Ethan Lewis (45-48) with a 93 and Spencer Lindow (48-46) with a 94 on the par-71 course. Eddie Kramer carded rounds of 47 and 51 for a 98 and Eli Lewis added rounds of 49 and 50 for a 99.

Anders Gunelson earned medalist honors with a 72 and Karson Patten carded a runner-up 73 in leading Cloquet to the team title with a 315.

Virginia is the site of the Section 7A tournament.

“There’s no way LIV Golf can make money,” Cavner said. “The numbers don’t work.”

1982 Dawson-Boyd High School graduate
1987 Moorhead State University graduate
Sports reporter for Park Rapids Enterprise since 1987
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