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Charger Linksmen Finish Second at Ogden Triangular

The ACGC golf team managed to eke out a second place finish by one stroke at Monday's triangular at Ogden. The Chargers' tally of 194 strokes was one less than host Ogden's 195. Bo Arrasmith continues to lead the Chargers, shooting a 46 over the nine hole course. Arrasmith's total was the fourth best among the eighteen golfers who performed at the meet.

Other top four scores for the Chargers included Gunnar Larsen's 48, a 49 by Seth Danker, and 51 totals by Eli Kading and Jordan Forsythe. The top four scores were used to determine team scores. Nolan Wheatley was close behind with a 52.

"We managed to push out home team Ogden by one stroke with a one hundred ninety four total for second place. Van Meter brought in a strong finish with a one hundred and eighty," coach Lori McGivney said following the meet.

"Bo Arrasmith continues to keep his score in check while others are inconsistent with their drives and putting."

The team will have an opportunity to work on their skills, as the next meet is not until Thursday, April 22 at Panorama.


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