It was the final day of golfing for the regular season for Woodbury and East Ridge as the two teams traveled to Oak Glen on Thursday morning.
Woodbury finished third with a score of 357, while East Ridge took sixth and ended with a score of 391 in the 18-hole contest.
Aayushi Sarkar led the Royals with a score of 82, while Michelle Yang finished with an 87. Maddi Hanson also ended her day in the 80's with a score of 89.
Waverly Yang completed the day with a score of 99 and Allison Beix recorded a score of 104. Laine Aeilts rounded out the team with a score of 112.
East Ridge was led by Kyra Venne who scored an 81 on the day. Lindsey Spolidoro recorded her score of 96, while Bethany Habenna ended her day with a 106.
Kennedy Uzpen and Georgia Holt finished with similar scores of 108 and 109 respectively. Lauren Froseth rounded out the team with a score of 120.
The Royals had Sarkar, Hanson and Michelle Yang earn all-conference honors, while Waverly Yang received honorable mention honors.
The two teams will wait for the section tournament to begin next week with the first day starting on Friday, May 31 at Bunker Hills in Coon Rapids.
It was a familiar place for Woodbury and East Ridge as the two teams stayed in Woodbury for a conference match on Wednesday at Eagle Valley Golf.
Woodbury took fifth as a team with a score of 179, while East Ridge ended in sixth place with a team score of 180.
The Royals were led by Michelle Yang who scored a 40, while Maddi Hanson finished behind her with a 43. Waverly Yang and Laine Aeilts each scored a 48, while Allison Beix rounded out the team with a score of 50.
The Raptors were led by Georgia Holt who ended the day with a 41. Kyra Venne finished behind her with a score of 44.
Kennedy Uzpen ended her day with a score of 46 and Bethany Habbena was right behind her with a score of 49. Carlie Olson finished with a 51, while Lauren Froseth rounded out the team with a score of 53.
The two teams will conclude the regular season on Thursday, May 23 at Oak Glen starting at 8 a.m.
The Woodbury and East Ridge girls golf teams took the course at Midland Hills Golf Club on Monday to compete in a conference match.
At the end of the nine-hole tournament, Woodbury finished in fifth place with a team score of 191, while East Ridge finished the day in seventh place with a score of 198.
Aayushi Sarkar led the Royals with a score of 40, while Michelle Yang was right behind her with a score of 44.
Waverly Yang ended the day with a 45 and Laine Aeilts rounded out the team with a score of 62.
Kyra Venne led the Raptors with a score of 44, while the next five golfers were neck-and-neck and shot in the 50's. Georgia Holt ended the day with a 50, while Kennedy Uzpen was right behind her with a score of 51.
Lindsey Spolidoro and Lauren Froseth each scored a 53, while Maddie Kelley rounded out the team with a score of 56.
The two teams will return to the golf course on Wednesday, May 22 at Eagle Valley Golf in Woodbury at 4 p.m.