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Marinette Golfers Stay In Title Chase
Notching a pair of first place finishes, the Marinette Marines remained in the chase for Bay Conference golf honors with Denmark. The 7-time defending league champion Marines gained a virtual tie for the lead and now will have an opportunity to win the title outright if they finish ahead of Denmark in the final Bay meet of the season Tuesday at Wander Springs.
Marines Finish First
At Bay Golf Meet
Sparked by a trio of players shooting between 38 and 43, the Marines claimed a key Bay Conference golf match Thursday at Mid Vallee in DePere.
Marinette totaled a team score of 176 followed by Denmark and West DePere 183, Hortonville 208, Seymour 218, Oconto Falls and Shawano 220 and Lux-Casco 229.
Senior Abby Dufrane shared medalist honors with a 38 to lead the Marines followed by Kayla Thielen and Cassie Hilbert 43s, Lexi Bretl 52 and Liz Lang 55.
Two other golfers also fired 38s on the day...Meghan Carney of Denmark and Catarina Wurflova of Lux-Casco.
Hallie Olsen paced the Marinette jayvee team with a 51 while Alex Roman shot 58.
Marines Edge Denmark
184-189 Behind Dufrane
With Abby Dufrane posting a medalist round of 38, the Marines claimed first place in the Bay meet at NorthBrook Golf Course with a score of 184. Denmark was second at 189 followed by Hortonville 205, West DePere 208, Shawano 214, Seymour 217, Lux-Casco 221 and Oconto Falls 226.
Following Dufranes score for the Marines were Cassie Hilbert 46, Kayla Thielen 48, Lexi Bretl 52 and Liz Lang 54.
Catarina Wurflova of L-C was second overall with a 43 and Ashton Nelson of Hortonville 45.
Alex Roman carded a 48 to pace the Marinette jayvees.
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