The Fort Dodge boys golf squad hosted the annual Phil Joselyn Invitational on Tuesday at the Country Club.
Waukee (298) edged out Ankeny Centennial (299) to narrowly win the team title.
Johnston finished third with a 306. The Dodgers were 13th with a 371.
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Austin Sorenson putts for Fort Dodge on Tuesday. For more photos, please visit CU?at www.messengernews.net
Andrew Huseman, son of Fort Dodge businessman and FDSH?graduate Bill Huseman, finished second in the individual race with a 72 for Ankeny Centennial.
Parker Howe from Waukee (70) was the champion with a one-under par total.
Austin Sorenson (82) was the low man for Fort Dodge. Thomas Hartley (90), Drew Hansen (96) and Thomas Lang (103) were the other counters for the Dodgers.
(Tuesday's results, at the FDCC)
1. Waukee 298, 2. Ankeny Centennial 299, 3. Johnston 306, 4. Sioux City East, 315, 5. Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 322; 6. Ames, 326; 7. Mason City, 336; 8. Newton, 336; 9. Ankeny, 337; 10. Bishop Heelan, 346, 11. Sioux City North, 362, 12. Sioux City West, 363, 13. Fort Dodge Red, 371, 14. Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln, 398.
Fort Dodge - Austin Sorenson 38-44-82; Thomas Hartley 44-46-90; Drew Hansen, 44-52-96; Thomas Lang 49-54-103; Kaden Peterson, 56-55-111; Zach Colin 53-60-113.
Fort Dodge JV - Nick Pecka 105; Matthew Delaney 138; Devon Summers 124.
"This invite was almost like a state meet,'' said FDSH head coach Ryan Kinseth. "With the teams we had, it was good for our guys to see the elite level of competition they can and will play against all season long.''
The Dodgers are back in action on Thursday at the Ankeny Invitational.