After snow rolled through Northeast Iowa in late April the quadrangular the Decorah girls’ golf team was to have hosted Saturday, April 27, was moved to Thursday, May 9.

Enduring cold, damp and windy conditions, the Lady Vikings still had a successful day, finishing second and improving their record to 14-3. Winning the 18-hole invite was Sumner-Fred (358) ahead of Decorah’s 381. Crestwood finished the day third with 383 while Waukon came in with 417, in fourth. Medalist for the meet was Sumner-Fred’s Sydney Rhea (43-36=79).

“We had another very strong showing despite the very chilly and windy conditions. Sumner-Fredericksburg has a very strong team right now and their 358 was a great score under the conditions,” said DHS coach Scott Pierce.

Leading the Vikings was Ann Meirick (42-46=88). Coming through with a 95 was Emma Fretheim (47-48). Audrey Casteron (52-47) and Tori Hines (49-50) fired a 99s to complete the scorecard. Providing a 101 was Olivia Fahey (51-50) while Izzy Elwood toured the course with a 123 total (61-62).

Decorah was at Waverly-Shell Rock Monday in a make-up meet and Thursday, May 16, the Vikings will tour the Caledonia Area Public Golf Course at 4 p.m.