Written by Herald-News
At Harlem Friday, May 2, T’Elle Evans shot a 96 for the Wolves’ golf team and took girls’ first place. The top boys were Nathaniel Paine, 110; and Adam Weinberger, 138.
“My golfers played very well considering the rain and cold conditions. It was the first time these golfers had played the Harlem course, so it was a learn as you go and I was very proud of how they adapted and played through the conditions,” coach Rodney Paulson said.
At Plentywood Wednesday, April 30, Evans also took girls’ first place with a 92. Paine tied for 15th with 115. Cale Evans and Jeremy Birkoski each shot 130, and Weinberger shot 132.
“On a windy day of 20 to 30 MPH wind, the golfers played good. This was the first time they had played the Plentywood course,” Paulson said.
Wolf Point next plays at the Malta Mustang Invitational Wednesday, May 7.
At Harlem, Poplar’s Lyndsey Young shot a 136 for a 10th-place finish.