Champlin 43rd at state tournament

PITTSBURG — Concordia High School junior Janae Champlin tied for 43rd in the 4A state golf tournament on Monday at the Crestwood Country Club.
Champlin shot a 52 on the front nine and followed that with a 56 on the back nine and finished with a 108.
Taryn Torgerson of Buhler won the tournament with a 78.
Topeka Hayden won the team title with a score of 374.
“I was very proud of how Janae finished her season,” said Concordia coach Emmet Rudolph, “ her last two rounds of golf were her most solid, consistent rounds she has played as a CHS golfer.”
CLASS 4A STATE TOURNAMENT
at Crestwood Country Club
Team Scores
Topeka Hayden 374, Goodland 388, Buhler 391, Winfield 403, Kansas City Piper 406, Larned 406, Andale 413, Anderson County 414, Labette County 417, Girard 426, Holton 436, Colby 448.
Top 10 Individuals
1. Torgerson, Buhler, 78; 2. Pool, Coffeyville, 79; 3. McNair, Girard, 81; 4. Miller, Holton, 85; 5. Gartner, Labette County, 86; 6. Rezac, Topeka Hayden, 87; 7. Pennington, Kansas City Piper, 88; 8. Krull, Spring Hill, 88; 9. Setter, Topeka Hayden, 89; 10. Rockers, Anderson County, 90.

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