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Adam Vigen carded a 98 during last week’s golf meet in Park Rapids. Vigen has been playing baseball, as well as golf this spring.

The Frazee boys golf team competed in a pair of meets last week.

In the first meet of the week the Hornets went to Hawley to compete in a Heart O’ Lakes Conference tournament.  It was another rainy, cloudy, windy day for the team, but they persevered.  

Ben Reierson shot the best score for the Hornets on the day shooting 82. That was good enough for 18th overall. He is starting to get into a better groove as of late.  

Cayden Wallin played well also scoring an 85. He played so well all day and just had a few hiccups on the last few holes that set him back.  

Also playing for the Hornets was Tyler Lindell he was consistent again shooting 97.  He wants to get into the 80’s so bad and continues to get better each outing. Senior Danny Winn just got some new irons and they are taking some getting used to. He shot 105 on the day. Another Senior Tanyen Moore got more experience at the varsity level and shot 111.  

The Hornets brought another eighth grader, Brodie Masbauch to this meet as he qualified over the weekend and he ended the day at 109.  

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Danny Winn sends a shot to the green during a golf meet last week.

Head coach Jason Reierson said you can see these guys getting better at practice and they just need to translate it to their meets.  

The other meet this week was at the Park Rapids invite. It is fun for the Hornets to go to these meets because they see more of the teams that they will be competing with at sections. It is a challenging course that makes teams hit a variety of shots. 

Ben Reierson had another solid day shooting 85.  He finished strong after carding two sevens early.  His putter on these quick greens saved him some strokes. Reierson placed 23rd but that was just five strokes out of 10th. 

Cayden Wallin really started strong on the day but faded at the end to shoot 90. He was disappointed with his end score, but he is growing in his mental discipline which will serve him later.  

Adam Vigen was able to come along to Park Rapids and carded a 98. He just could not get anything going all day. He is playing baseball also, which has some effect also.  

Tyler Lindell was steady all day. He said his drivers were working well but his middle irons let him down. He is very close to putting it all together, head coach Jason Reierson think it will happen this week. He shot 103.  

Senior Danny Winn is still adjusting to the new irons and the tight course gave him some troubles. He ended with a 111.  

Brodie Masbauch also started pretty strong, but had some tough luck and ended with a 113. 

The team placed 13th out of 19 teams. Only two Class A teams placed ahead of Frazee, which Reierson said was encouraging.