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LO girls golfers take third in state
Cami Dozois finishes in a tie for second individually
The Lake Oswego girls golf team had a fantastic finish to its season, taking third at this weeks state tournament at Quail Valley.
The Lakers shot a team score of 662, one better than Sheldon, the leaders after the opening day of the competition to take home the third-place trophy.
Cami Dozois led the Lakers with rounds of 73 and 74, finishing in a tie for second place individually.
Dozois got off to a fantastic start with three early birdies on Monday, playing the first eight holes at three-under par.
On Tuesday, Dozois played the final eight holes under par as well, carding a birdie on 18 to move into a tie for second.
Delaney Tolovic finished alone in 12th place individually, shooting a 78 on Monday and an 81 on Tuesday.
Mary Jane Anderson finished in a tie for 25th, following an 88 on Monday with a very strong round of 81 on Tuesday that featured a 39 on the front nine.
Emily Leach shot round of 91 and 96 to complete the Lakers scoring.
For Lakeridge, Kendall Freeman followed an 84 on Monday with a very strong round of 77 on Tuesday, playing her final four holes at one-under par to finish in a tie for 13th.
Teammate Katie Bogert had rounds of 92 and 91 to finish in a tie for 45th.
Lake Oswego returns all four of its top players next year on a team that could challenge West Linns stranglehold on the Three Rivers League and Dozois should enter the year as one of the favorites individually.