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Tomahawk hosts GNC golf meetSubmitted: 05/17/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas


TOMAHAWK - High school golfers hit the links today at Inshalla Country Club in Tomahawk competing in a GNC meet.

It's the fourth and final conference meeting of the season.

Tomahawk senior Turner Wegener makes the short putt on 3. He fired an 83 and came in second place. Hatchets finished 2nd in the team race.

Lakeland sophomore Curtis Geiger just misses a birdie on 2. He was the individual conference champ and shot a 79 today.

Antigo's Tony LeBrun with a great chip on 2 and it goes in for birdie. He ended tied for 6th with an 89. But he made first team honors.

Antigo wins their 3rd straight GNC title. Northland Pines came in second and Lakeland third.

Golf regionals for most teams are next Tuesday.




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