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The Woodbury girls golf team reeled in a pair of second-place finishes in recent matches. From left, Kelsey Campbell, Ashley Krinke, Bailey Misura, Annemarie Fisher, Jessie Caron and Kristina Swanson.  (Submitted photo)
The Woodbury girls golf team reeled in a pair of second-place finishes in recent matches. From left, Kelsey Campbell, Ashley Krinke, Bailey Misura, Annemarie Fisher, Jessie Caron and Kristina Swanson. (Submitted photo)

Woodbury girls golf: Royals score pair of second-place finishes

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The Woodbury girls golf team reeled in a pair of second-place finishes in recent matches.

The Royals placed second at their second Suburban East Conference match of the season, on Thursday, April 24, at Highland National Golf Course in St. Paul. Woodbury shot 176 as a team. Sophomore Annemarie Fisher led the way for the Royals with a 39, which was good for second place overall. Also, senior Kristina Swanson shot a 44, freshman Bailey Misura carded a 46 and sophomore Jessie Caron and senior Kalley Hakes both scored 47 to round out the top four. Also, freshman Kelsey Campbell shot a 51 for Woodbury.

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“It was a very wet, cold day but our girls pulled through and fought through the rain to have a great finish,” said Woodbury head coach Cortnee Den Herder.

Woodbury also earned second place overall at the Lake City Invitational on Tuesday, April 22, at the Lake City Golf Course.

Fisher shot an 88 to place eighth overall. Campbell also shot an 88 to finish ninth overall. In addition, Caron carded a 90, Swanson scored a 94, Misura shot a 102 and junior Ashley Krinke scored a 132.

—Patrick Johnson

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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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