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Back at it after the rain

06/12/2013, 8:30pm CDT
By Paul Klauda

Edina girls, Eden Prairie boys take Class 3A team titles, 2A tourney shortened by rain, Mille Lacs boys win first 1A title

8:30 p.m. update

Class 3A

Boys' winners: Eden Prairie team; medalist Cody Seal, Chanhassen

Girls' winners: Edina team; co-medalists Sarah Burnham of Wayzata and Kenzie Neisen of New Prague

Class 2A (shortened to 9-hole round on Wednesday due to weather)

Boys' winners: Staples-Motley team; medalist Jordan Peters, Delano

Girls' winners: Detroit Lakes team; co-medalists Natalie Roth and Kate Smith, both of Detroit Lakes

Class 1A

Boys' winners:   Mille Lacs team, medalist Luke Johanson, Southwest Christian of Chaska

Girls' winners: Legacy Christian team; Hannah Kruger, Russell-Tyler-Ruthon  



Play resumed late Wednesday morning in the Class 3A boys' golf state tournament at Bunker Hills in Coon Rapids.The girls' final round is expected to be about 90 minutes behind schedule this afternoon.

But the final round in the Class 2A tournament in Jordan has been shortened to nine holes after intense rain prevented play from getting underway until this afternoon.

The storm, including lightning, moved through the Jordan area southwest of Minneapolis before the 7:30 a.m. scheduled start of play at Ridges at Sand Creek course. 

Shortly after noon, the Minnesota State High School League announced that the final round will be nine holes. The boys will begin play on the front nine at about 12:45 p.m. The girls will start on the back nine at about 1:30 p.m.

The Class 3A tournament for boys and girls is being played at Bunker Hills in Coon Rapids, a northern suburb. Play in the boys' tournament was halted after play began when the rain intensified. The tournament resumed by noon.

Tee times for the girls' final round in Class 3A will be from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., barring further delays.

The Class 1A tournament for boys and girls is in Becker, northwest of the Twin Cities near St. Cloud, and did not experienced delays due to the weather. 

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