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Boys and girls golf face tough competition from area

The Benson-KMS boys golf team placed fourth and fifth at the second doubleheader of WCC meets  at ACGC and Paynesville, Monday night.
Benson-KMS is now in fourth place overall after the first four meets.  Minnewaska Area leads the way with 40 points, followed by YME with 32, BOLD with 31, and Benson-KMS with 30.
Among the many high school activities postponed from last week was a WCC doubleheader at Morris and Minnewaska Area, Tuesday, April 29, which has been rescheduled for this Friday.
Coming up, Benson-KMS was set to compete in a WCC doubleheader before playing at Morris and Glenwood, Friday.
The Benson-KMS girls golf team got in its second WCC doubleheader of the season Monday night at Paynesville and ACGC, and the Fighting Braves placed seventh in both meets won by the Minnewaska Area Lakers.
Those placings dropped Benson-KMS into a fifth-place tie with Paynesville with 23 points. Minnewaska Area leads the standings with 40 points, followed by BOLD with 36, Sauk Centre with 28, and YME with 24.
Kellie Enderson had the low score for Benson-KMS at Paynesville with a 53, while Shayla Burns had a 55, Rachel Lee shot a 56, and Grace Ricard had a 67.
At Atwater, Benson-KMS shot a 228 team total with Kellie Enderson again leading the way with a 49.  Rachel Lee added a 56, while Shayla Burns had a 60, and Grace Ricard shot a 63.

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