Written by John Plestina
It might not matter to T’Elle Evans that she is the only girl on Wolf Point’s golf team because she beat nearly everybody at the meet at Wolf Point’s Airport Golf Course Saturday, April 12.
She also did it in weather that was more suitable for outdoor ice hockey with a temperature in the 30s and the wind blowing.
Evans, a senior, shot an 87 for a first place finish in girls’ competition and just three strokes behind the top finishing male golfer, who was Lane Seymore, of Chinook, shooting an 84 for first place.
“T’Elle [Evans] played very well considering the conditions, so I can see her getting stronger as the year progresses,” coach Rodney Paulson said.
“I thought my team did good,” he said.
Evans’ freshman brother made a good showing.
“Cale Evans did very well for his first high school meet and I expect him to shoot better as the year moves along,” Paulson said.
The highest finisher among local golfers was Devin Sadler of Poplar with a 96 for 15th place on the boys’ side.
Other local finishers included: Joey Bawden of Culbertson shot a 118; Eric Hendrickson of Culbertson, 123; Cale Evans of Wolf Point, 131; Braden Olson of Culbertson, 134; McKade Mahlen of Cul-