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Chadron golf finishes third

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The Chadron State College Women’s Golf team is off to a rocky start with the spring half of the season.

After shooting 762 and finishing 8th in the Colorado State University-Pueblo Ladies Spring Invitational over the weekend, the Eagles returned home to host Tuesday afternoon’s CSC Triangular at Ridgeview Country Club. The Eagles shot 389 over one round, and were topped by Black Hills State University who shot 355, and narrowly slipped behind South Dakota School of Mines who shot 388.

Emilee Pilkington, sophomore of Scottsbluff led the Eagles coming in 4th individually with 43-47—90 at the end of the round, followed on the team by Kinlee Ginn, sophomore of Hay Springs, who shot 95.

The Eagle Golfers will compete April 2-3 in the Bob Writz Invitational hosted by Regis University and Colorado School of Mines at Fox Hollow Golf Course in Lakewood, Colo., and will play another triangular with South Dakota School of Mines hosted by Black Hills State on April 10 at the Spearfish Canyon Country Club.

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