Minnesota high school golf season ends in stunning fashion

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Minnesota high school golf season ends in stunning fashion

MINNEAPOLISMinnesota’s high school golf season concluded with some remarkable history for Class AAA boys.

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Nate Stevens, Northfield’s current champ, missed a hole that would have won him the title. Edina’s Jack Wetzel followed suit. It was the first time since the three class system that there was a tie for the state title.

“They’re great people,”Wetzel, a senior, will be joining the Gophers next season. “So I’m pretty honored to share it with them.”

Rosemount’s Owen Rexing was the last to claim a part of the title.

“I’m just a little bit in shock from not expecting to win today, he said. “I was going in like top 5 is cool. Just kept going. Rexing said, “I made a couple of good putts, and here I am.”

“Bittersweet,”Stevens said that this year’s Mr. Golf. “Right now it’s a little more bitter than it is sweet. But I know the sweetness will come in a little bit.”

Stevens will play college golf for Notre Dame.

It was a battle down the stretch for the girls between Blaine’s Kathryn VanArragon’s Kathryn McCauley and Simley’s McCauley sisters. Blaine entered the day with a lead of two shots.

Reese McCauley, the defending champ, dropped back after a lightning delay to take third. Isabella McCauley was two strokes behind for most of the round. VanArragon held off her to win by two, the junior’s second state crown, four-years after she won it in seventh grade.

“It’s unbelievable. It’s crazy, too, I mean, how long ago it was. I think it was four years ago that I won for the first time. I think a lot of things have changed since then so it’s really exciting to be back here,”VanArragon.

Alexandria won the team title. Edina won the title for the boys.

Class AA Results from Ridges At Sand Creek, Jordan:

Girls Team Champion – Lake City

Girls Individual Champion – Mallory Belka, Perham

Boys Team Champion – Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa

Boys Individual Champion – Sam Udovich, St. Croix Lutheran

Class A Results from Pebble Creek In Becker

Girls Team Champion – Legacy Christian Academy

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Girls Individual Champion – Emily Brandt, Legacy Christian Academy

Boys Team Champion – Fertile-Beltrami

Boys Individual Champion – Cole Witherow, New Life Academy

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