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BHS GOLF: Baker girls 4th, boys 7th at Wildhorse


MISSION — Baker’s boys and girls golf teams competed at a tournament at Wildhorse Monday.

The Baker boys placed seventh, and the girls fourth.

Charlie Clarke was low scorer for the boys with a score of 79. Brandon Ellwanger had an 80, Riley Carter 90, Jake Brown 93 and Evan Simonski-Davis 94.

Madi Elms led the Baker girls with a score of 100. Kelsie Geddes shot 111, Kylie Skidgel 115, and Mckenzie Rosenboragh 135.

Both teams travel to Mac-Hi Friday.

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