Woodbury girls golf: Royals win Lake City invite championshipThe Woodbury girls golf team won the 18-hole, nine-team Lake City Invitational last week at Lake City Golf Course.
By: Patrick Johnson, Sports Editor, Woodbury Bulletin
The Woodbury girls golf team won the 18-hole, nine-team Lake City Invitational last week at Lake City Golf Course. The Royals won the tournament with a 362 total score.
Woodbury junior Katie Moore led the way with a 78, taking first place overall and earning medalist honors. Moore was followed by eighth grader Annemarie Fisher with a 92, senior Rachel Letsche with a 93, and senior Maggie Sweeney with a 99. Fisher placed eighth overall and Letsche was 12th.
Prior to winning the Lake City Invite, Woodbury placed fifth out of 10 teams in a Suburban East Conference match at Stillwater Country Club on Monday, April 23, and took fourth place in an SEC match on Wednesday, April 25, at Highland National Golf Course in St. Paul.
In Stillwater, Woodbury scored a nine-hole 193. Moore led the way for the Royals with a 45. Letsche (48), Sweeney (48) and Fisher (52) rounded out Woodbury’s top four.
Stillwater won the match by 26 strokes with a 163. Hastings (189) finished second. Cretin-Derham Hall (191) was third.
At St. Paul’s Highland National, Woodbury scored a 184 to take fourth. Moore led the way with a 39, Fisher scored a 47 and Letsche and Sweeney each carded 49 to round out the Royals’ top four. Stillwater ran away with first place with a 165, ahead of second-place East Ridge (182) and Mounds View (184).
Woodbury is currently sitting in third place in the conference standings. Stillwater is dominating the SEC and is in first place.
Woodbury had conference matches on Monday, at North Oaks Golf Club, and Tuesday, at White Bear Lake Yacht Club, after the Bulletin went to press. Next up, Woodbury travels to Forest Hills Golf Club on Monday, May 7.