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Brown, Dvorak lead Raiders on windswept Gothenburg course


Stephen McKay

Nate Dvorak putted well despite the slick greens and windy conditions.

On a largely treeless course the wind was able to sweep over the countless mounds and hollows of Wild Horse Golf Club in Gothenburg on Thursday, preventing most in the large field of 74 from gaining any consistency over the par 72, 6,335-yard track.

The Sidney Red Raiders finished in fifth among the 14 teams attending with a total of 355 strokes. Meanwhile Sidney's district rivals McCook and Scottsbluff were separated by just two stokes for the top spot. The Bison came out on top with their 328.

As for the individuals, McCook's Noah Hofman won the event with a 78 to edge Koy Pothoff of Sco...

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