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The Glenwood City golf team had a fairly successful week as it placed third in two of the three Dunn-St. Croix golf meets it competed in.
The Hilltoppers took part in a pair of nine-hole conference meets at the Whitetail Golf Course near Colfax last Monday, April 29 that was hosted by Colfax and Elk Mound as well as another D-SC meet at the Spring Valley Golf Course on Thursday, May 2.
Glenwood City finished third in one of the Whitetail matches and in Spring Valley. It placed fourth in the other Whitetail meet.
The GC linksters also competed in a conference match in Mondovi this past Monday, May 6. They will host their only home conference meet this Friday at Glen Hills Golf
Course and will be at Spring Valley for an invitational on Saturday.
The 18-hole Dunn-St. Croix Conference tournament will be held next Tuesday, May 14 at the Valley Golf Course in Mondovi.
Will Owen and Dillon Hierlmeier scored 44s and Ethan Hanson finished with a 45 to lead Glenwood City to a third-place finish in one of the two conference meets at Whitetail last Monday, April 29.
Owen and Hierlmeier finished in a four-way tie for fourth in the individual standings.
Alexa Holden finished with a 57 and Francesco Tiepolo carded a 60 to round out the varsity team with a score of 190.
Durand won the meet with a 170 followed by Spring Valley (181), the Hilltoppers, Elk Mound (199), Mondovi (236) and Colfax (241).
In the other match of the day, Glenwood City placed fourth with a stroke count of 207.
Will Owen, who finished seventh, led the Toppers with a 46 followed by Dillon Hierlmeier’s 48, a 51 by Ethan Hanson, Alexa Holden’s 62 and a 64 from Owen Swenby.
Durand (179) and Spring Valley (181) again finished one and two respectively in the final team tallies.
Glenwood City shot a 202 to edge Elk Mound by two strokes for third place at the conference meet in Spring Valley on May 2.
Ethan Hanson turned in the Hilltoppers’ low score as he finished with a 47. Dillon Hierlmeier and Will Owen each carded a 50 while Alexa Holden and Gavin Samp both scored 55s.
Hanson finished in a tie for eighth place overall.
Durand won the meet with a 176 and Spring Valley was second at 184.