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Deziel finishes second BEMIDJI--Nate Deziel of East Grand Forks Senior High was runner-up Wednesday at the Pre-Section 8AA boys high school golf meet. Deziel shot a 74. Dane Anderson was medalist with a 72. He led Crookston (317) to the team titl...
Deziel finishes second
BEMIDJI-Nate Deziel of East Grand Forks Senior High was runner-up Wednesday at the Pre-Section 8AA boys high school golf meet.
Deziel shot a 74. Dane Anderson was medalist with a 72. He led Crookston (317) to the team title, nine strokes ahead of runner-up Roseau. Senior High was fourth at 333.
Deziel has shot a 76 or better score in seven consecutive meets. "That's a very strong showing,'' Senior High coach Jay Frydenlund said. "Nate has been playing really well. And he's been getting
those good scores on some quality courses.''
Central, Red River place 3-4
CARRINGTON, N.D.-Grand Forks Central edged Grand Forks Red River by one stroke for third place at an East Region boys high school golf meet Wednesday.
Fargo Davies won the meet with a 310, followed by West Fargo Sheyenne (311), Central (320) and Red River (321).
Grand Forks' top individuals all shot a 79-Keaton Wolf for Red River and Cole Hanson and Ethan Knudson for the Knights.
UND athletes earn honors
For the second-straight year, four UND student-athletes were named All-American Strength and Conditioning Athletes of the Year recently by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Seniors Faith Dooley (volleyball) and Quinton Hooker (men's basketball) were repeat honorees, while juniors Jake Disterhaupt (football) and Kaylin VanDomelen (softball) were honored for the first time.
The All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year Award program recognizes those collegiate and high school athletes, whose athletic accomplishments, in the opinion of their strength coach, reflect their dedication to strength training and conditioning.
"We have a tremendous group of student-athletes here at UND and these four excel in all areas that encompass being a successful one," UND director of strength and conditioning Nate Baukol said. "They balance the countless hours of preparation to be successful in competition along with their studies and I'm proud to distinguish this quartet amongst their peers."