McKeeth, Laffen lead All-Journal Girls
Corinne McKeeth, jr., New Ulm
A three-year team captain, McKeeth qualified for state after missing a berth by 1 stroke each of the past two seasons. At state this year, McKeeth finished 22nd with a two-day score of 167. A four-time All-Conference selection, McKeeth’s 9-hole average on the season was 44.6.
Lauren Laffen, so., Sleepy Eye
Laffen reprised her second-place finish at state last year with a seventh-place finish. A three-time state qualifier and three-time All-Conference selection, averaged a score of 92 on the season.
Courtney Nelsen, jr., Cedar Mountain
Nelsen qualified for the state meet for the first time ever this year, finishing 59th with a two-day score of 205. She was named the Tomahawk Conference Player of the Year and posted a 9-hole average of 45.7 on the season.
Callie Wersal, fr.,
After losing in a playoff for a state berth as an eighth-grader, Wersal medaled at this year’s Section 2A meet. She finished 33rd at the state meet with a 189. Wersal earned All-Conference honors, finishing fourth at the conference meet. She shot a 9-hole average of 49.5 on the season.
Brooke Dummer, jr., Cathedral
Dummer shot an average of 48 per 9 holes on the season, placing third in the conference and leading the team to a Tomahawk Conference title. She shot a personal-best 87 at the North Subsection meet of Section 2A, which tied her for first place. She was a state qualifier in 2011 and 2013.
Karrah Remus, sr., Sleepy Eye
Remus, a three-time state qualifier, finished 43rd at state with a two-day score of 196. She was the Section 2A medalist in 2013 and a two-time All-Conference selection.