The Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys’ golf team finished fifth at the Class A State Tournament June 11-12 at Pebble Creek Golf Course.
The Wolves, who opened with a 351, shaved 10 stokes off their score on day two for a two-day total of 692.
Leading the Wolves was Rece Wiedmann, who capped off his senior season by shooting an 84 and 83 — good enough to tie for 20th place.
Junior Trevor Johnson was in 39th place with an 88 and 85, sophomore Mason Schneider shot a 91 and 84 to take 43rd, and senior Logan Arndt finished in 49th place with an 88 and 89.
Freshman Tanner Schneider shot a 92 and 104, and senior Cody Sagen had a 104 and 98.
Community Christian School in Willmar won the Class A State title by shooting a two-day total 655, three strokes ahead of Springfield. Fertile-Beltrami and Lac qui Parle Valley tied for third with two-day score of 676.
Brett Reid of Community Christian was the individual medalist by shooting a 145. He opened with a 72 and followed with a 73 for a four-stroke victory.
Harrison Patzer, a senior from Lac qui Parle Valley, was runner-up with a 149. His 72 on Day 2 was the best round.
Park Christian senior Alex Iverson finished third with a 154.
Also finishing in the Top 10 was Pine River-Backus senior Brady Raph, who took seventh with a 160.
State Girls results
For the second straight year WHA junior Justine Day finished in the Top 20 at the Class A State Tournament.
Day opened with a 93 on her way to a 184 and 19th place overall.
Last year she got off to a great start with an opening round 79, which was good enough for fifth place. She ended up finished tied for 12th place with 174.
For the second time in three seasons BOLD, located in Olivia, won the Class A title with a two-day total 704. That was one stroke better than runner-up Park Christian, while defending champion Lac qui Parle Valley took third with a 720.
Rachel Halvorson, a junior from Lac qui Parle Valley, won the Class A individual championship for the second consecutive season. She carded a two-round score of 160, which was one stroke better than Fillmore Central senior Madison Scheevel,
Park Christian senior Emily Doeden was third at 162.