Despite the unpredictable weather, the Morris Area girls' golf team has completed three more road meets.
On April 19 the Tigers took sixth place at the 13-team Benson/Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg Invitational.
The Tigers played 18 holes and finished with a score of 494.
Litchfield won the meet with a 400, while the host team came in second with a 405. Willmar placed third with a 407.
For the Tigers' team score, Amy Rudstrom carded a 111 (56, 55). Keli Pry posted a 112 (54, 58). Pam Sax had a 129 (67, 62) and Emma Roberts had a 142 (72, 70).
Kelsey Ross of Osakis was the individual medalist with an 86, six shots ahead of runner-up Kara Maatz of Lac qui Parle Valley.
At the second West Central Conference South meet on April 21, the Tigers took seventh place with a 309.
Minnewaska Area had the top five individual spots to win its second conference meet with a 154. Chelsey Falk and Emily Roering shared medalist honors, each shooting a 38.
Benson/Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg came in second with a 206 and BOLD was one stroke behind for third.
For the Tigers, Pry and Cassidy Hennen each posted a 59. Rudstrom carded a 61 and Sax had a 63.
Thursday the Tigers participated in the third conferecne meet hosted by Lac qui Parle Valley in Appleton.
The Tigers moved up to sixth place with a 233.
The Lakers again took first with a 158. While Benson/K-M-S and BOLD each carded a 208, the Braves had the lower fifth scored and took second place.
Pry posted a 53, Rudstrom a 56, Sax a 61, and Hennen a 63.
Sarah Roering of Minnewaska Area took medalist honors with a 38, while teammates Emily Roering and Courtney Boe tied for second with 39.