LCA’s Gray ties for 2nd at state golf, Blaine’s VanArragon 7th

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Legacy Christian Academy's Sophie Gray shot a two-day score of 160 to finish tied for second Wednesday in the Class A girls golf state tournament. (Photo by Bill Jones)
Legacy Christian Academy’s Sophie Gray shot a two-day score of 160 to finish tied for second Wednesday in the Class A girls golf state tournament. (Photo by Bill Jones)

Legacy Christian Academy’s Sophie Gray finished tied for second Wednesday in the Class A girls golf state tournament at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Becker. Her two-day score of 160 was even with Minneota’s Heidi Guttormson and Park Christian’s Emily Doeden.

Springfield’s Callie Wersal won the state title with a 155.

LCA’s Jadyn Nelson also competed at state, finishing 45th with a score of 193.

LCA's Jadyn Nelson finishing 45th at state with a score of 193. (Photo by Bill Jones)
LCA’s Jadyn Nelson finished 45th at state with a score of 193. (Photo by Bill Jones)

Eighty-four golfers made up the girls tournament.

Class 3A

In the Class 3A tournament held at Bunker Hills Golf Club in Coon Rapids, Blaine’s Caleb VanArragon finished tied for seventh with a two-day score of 146. VanArragon was first after Day 1 Tuesday.

Blaine's Caleb VanArragon finished tied for seventh with a two-day score of 146 in the Class 3A tournament. (Photo by Bill Jones)
Blaine’s Caleb VanArragon finished tied for seventh with a two-day score of 146 in the Class 3A tournament. (Photo by Bill Jones)

The Bengals also had Max Ullen competing. He scored a 154 to tie for 30th.

Andover’s Ben Johnson and Anoka’s Drew Streetar both shot a 151 to finish tied for 21st.

In the girls tournament, Spring Lake Park’s Erika Olson scored a 162 to tie her for 20th.

Anoka’s Anna Tollette tied for 34th with a 169.

St. Francis’ Rileigh Vojta tied for 53rd with a 178.

Blaine’s Samantha Auman took 69th, shooting a 187.

The Class 3A boys and girls tournaments both had 88 golfers competing.