Kuehn comes in four over

Lynn Kuehn of Lacombe turned in a solid four-over par 77 to move into a tie for third at the Alberta Senior Ladies’ Golf Championship at Highland Golf Club Wednesday.

EDMONTON — Lynn Kuehn of Lacombe turned in a solid four-over par 77 to move into a tie for third at the Alberta Senior Ladies’ Golf Championship at Highland Golf Club Wednesday.

Kuehn had a two-round total of 161, nine strokes back of Holly Norwood of Vancouver, who has rounds of 77-75 in the 54-hole event.

Alison Murdoch of Victoria (80-77) is second at 157 with Joan Wilson of Calgary (79-82) tied with Kuehn.

Cathy McMillan of Ponoka shot a second round 84 and is tied for eighth at 166 while Sharon Peart of Red Deer is tied for 14th at 170, following an 84.

Wendy Wiltzen and Patricia Skinner, both of Red Deer, are tied for 27th and 68th respectively.

Wiltzen shot an 89 and sits at 176 while Skinner shot a 103 and is at 204.

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