FORT DODGE — Emily Snelling’s achievements become more and more impressive by the day.
The Clear Lake senior, who tore her ACL in January, blazed her way to another North Central Conference individual title Monday as she shot 77 without a driver.
Snelling had two birdies, five bogeys and one double bogey on her round.
Clear Lake fell one stroke short in the team race as Humboldt won with a 353 while the Lions shot 354.
Sophomore Ashley DeLong was the runner-up with an 82, Erin Carew shot 95 and Jordyn Barragy added a 98.
Camryn Shaw led Algona, which placed fourth, with a 100, and Sydney Meyer’s 101 helped lead Hampton-Dumont to sixth.
NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
AT LAKESIDE MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE, FORT DODGE
Team standings – Humboldt 353, Clear Lake 354, St. Edmond 398, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 404, Algona 418, Hampton-Dumont 433, Webster City 486, Iowa Falls-Alden 508.
Clear Lake (354) – Emily Snelling (medalist) 77, Ashely DeLong 84, Erin Carew 95, Jordyn Barragy 98.
Algona (418) – Camryn Shaw 100, Hallie Lovstad 103, Diana Wang 107, Abbey Thul 108.
Hampton-Dumont (433) – Sydney Meyer 101, Morgan Sietsema 103, Anika Miller 113, Kaitlyn Hansen 116.