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The Havre High golf teams were the first to start the new season, the first to compete out of town, and the first to go on an overnight trip during the pandemic. Now, through focus and vigilance, the Ponies are nearing a postseason that some thought may never come


Last updated 9/17/2020 at 8:45am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Havre High junior Kale Reno chops during a dual meet against Lewistown earlier this month at Prairie Farms Golf Course. The Blue Ponies have been going this season since Aug. 13, with high school golf being the first high school sport to return during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Havre High golf teams went first.

In the high school sports return to play, no sport has been going longer in the COVID-19 pandemic than Class AA and A golf. It began on March 13, and is already down to just three weeks.

For the Blue Ponies, this week marks the end of the regular season, as Havre travels to the Billings Central Invite today and the Laurel Invite Friday. And it's been a unusual, but still rewarding regular season for Havre head coach George Ferguson, who is looking forward to watching his teams finish the journey.

"It's gone pretty good," Ferguson said. "I don't thin...

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