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LIVERMORE — The Clear Lake girls put together a strong round to capture the North Central Conference golf title here on Monday at the Spring Valley Golf Course.

Humboldt was second, followed by Clarion-Goldfield/Dows. Iowa Falls-Alden finished fourth, with Algona, Hampton-Dumont/CAL and Webster City rounding out the team standings.

Nora Carlson von Humboldt fired an 81 to place at the top of the individual leaderboard with Clear Lake duo Rebecca DeLong and Meghan DeLong. The tiebreaker saw Rebecca DeLong first, Meghan DeLong second, and Carlson third.

Carlson’s teammate Noelle Hamand was fourth, Clarion-Goldfield/Dows’ Karina Torres was ninth and Webster City’s Katie Casady was tenth.

For hostess St. Edmond, Ellie Driscoll placed 26th overall, Lilian Shin 36th, and Kara McGonegle 41st.

We played pretty well for the strong wind and heatsaid SEHS head coach Kelsey Felch. “The weather wasn’t great for us this year, but the girls made it through.”

Carlson fired a 36 down the back nine with two birdies and four pars.

Hamand hit a 91, teammate Ashlee Wergeland was 14th with a 108. Aries Packard was 18th, Chloe Mayall 22nd and Adalynn Lawman 30th for Humboldt.

Emily Christensen finished eleventh for Clarion-Goldfield/Dows and had a 103, six shots behind team leader Torres. Sawyer Morrical was 17th, Lauren Brooks 29th, Julia Gardner 41st and Sydney Friesleben 44th.

Algona’s Natalie Walker shot a 103 in 11th, followed by Abby Brooks (13th), Faith Zeller (25th), Isabelle Gibbs (28th), Lainey Venteicher (33rd) and Casey VanOtterloo (33rd).

Alley Odland of Webster City was 18th, Carly Appel 30th, Stevie Barber 40th and Macy Conklin 43rd, along with Casady, who shot a 99.

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