Golf: Brooks second at Princeton Invitational

Princeton’s Mikayla Brooks had one of her better outings of the year, taking second place Monday at the Princeton Invitational at the Princeton Golf Course.

Brooks’ 92 was second only to tournament medalist Rachel Gray of Legacy Christian. Gray shot a 77 to take first place.

Princeton’s Kaylee Koski shot a 105, to finish second among Tiger golfers. Raegan Anderson shot a 113.

Third place went to Allison Deckert of Heritage Christian while Legacy Christian’s Anna Cleveland finished fourth. Heritage Christian’s Kiera Smith shot a 96 to round out the top 5.

Princeton did not have enough girls to compete in team competition.

Legacy Christian shot a 389 to claim first-place honors. North Branch was second with a 432.


Brooks third at Foley

Princeton’s Mikayla Brooks finished in a three-way tie for third place in Granite Ridge Conference golf action on Thursday, May 10 at Stone Creek Golf Club in Foley.

Brooks shot a 45 on the day, the top score among Princeton golfers and a score that was matched by Lucy Gaetz and Erin Stocker of St. Cloud Cathedral.

Greta Egerman of Cathedral was the meet medalist, shooting a 42. Cathedral’s Kelsey Osendorf was second with a 44.

Princeton’s Raegan Anderson shot a 56. Bri Dorr was two strokes behind with a 58.

In team play, Cathedral took first place with a 176. Foley placed second with a score of 204 and Milaca finished third with a 229. Princeton did not have enough girl golfers to make the cut in team play.


Boys third at invite

The Princeton boys golf team didn’t have any players finish in the top five Monday at the Princeton Invitational, but they did shoot well enough to take third place overall at their home tournament.

The Tigers combined score was a 326, bested only by North Branch’s 313 and St. Michael-Albertville’s 320. Simley finished fourth with a 332 while Zimmerman’s 332 rounded out the top five.

In individual play, Connor Whitcomb turned in the best score of the day for the Tigers with an 80. Korben Weidenboren was a stroke behind with an 81, Brendan Carlson was right behind with an 82 and Ben Pauley shot an 83. Silas Reek had a 90 for Princeton. Hunter Bies shot a 93.

The top boys finisher was Tanner Martin of St. Michael-Albertville, who shot a 73. In second place was Joe Fairbanks of North Branch. Monticello’s Mitch Gifford rounded out the top three with a score of 77.