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Woodbury boys golf: Royals take second in first conference match

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Woodbury boys golf: Royals take second in first conference match
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The Woodbury boys golf team opened the season with a second place finish in its Suburban East Conference match at Woodbury’s Prestwick Golf Club on Monday, April 14.

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Woodbury’s Nick Sheak won medalist honors in the 10-team match, shooting a 1-under 71 on the par-72 course, to lead the way for the Royals. Woodbury shot a 307 on its home course, finishing three strokes back of defending SEC champion Hastings, which shot a 303.

In addition to Sheak, Woodbury senior Mark Dornfeld shot a 77, senior Anthony Mahady carded a 79 and sophomore Justin Tschida scored an 80 to round out the Royals’ top four. Also, senior Mark Dahl shot an 81 and sophomore Matt Broich shot an 83.

Following the SEC match, Woodbury competed in a 14-team invitational at Troy Burne Golf Club in Hudson, Wis., taking fourth place overall. The Royals shot a 327 on the day. Host Hudson, Wis., won with a 311.

Dornfeld led the way for the Royals with a 77 on the par-71 course, which was good for a tie for fourth place overall. Also, Tschida shot an 80, Dahl scored an 81 and Sheak carded an 88 to round out the Royals’ scorers. In addition, Mahady shot 90.

Woodbury had its second SEC match of the season on Monday in Stillwater, after the Bulletin went to print. Next, the Royals tee it up on Monday, April 28, at an invitational at Dellwood Hills Golf Club.

—Patrick Johnson

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Patrick Johnson
Patrick Johnson has been the South Washington County Bulletin’s sports editor since 2008. He reports on and oversees coverage of high school and amateur sports in south Washington County and Woodbury. Prior to joining the Bulletin, Johnson worked for other Twin Cities suburban newspapers. He is a University of Minnesota graduate.
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