CHS golf team finishes fourth

CLAY CENTER — Concordia placed fourth in the Clay Center Invitational golf tournament Thursday at Clay Center Country Club.
The Panthers posted a team score of 222.
Salina Central won the tournament with a 193. Clay Center finished second with a 206 and Rossville was third with a 214.
Stormie Hittle carded a 47 to finish in a three-way tie for fourth place. She ended up sixth based on a scorecard playoff.
Autaum Poley shot 57 for the Panthers.
Janae Champlin finished with a 58.
Kayla Dvorak rounded out the top four for Concordia with a 60.
The Panthers had Kora Snavely shoot 64.
Allayna Hanson had a 69.
Alissa Kim, Salina Central, was the individual medalist with a 40.

CLAY CENTER INVITATIONAL
Team Scores
Salina Central 193, Clay Center 206, Rossville 214, Concordia 222, Council Grove 223, Thomas More Prep-Marian 238, Bennington/Minneapolis 253, Manhattan JV 255, Clay Center JV 286.
Top 10 Individuals
1. Kim, Salina Central, 40; 2. Marney, Rossville, 44; 2. Alquist, Clay Center 46; 4. Criqui, Council Grove, 47; 5. Buchanan, Salina Central, 47; 6. Hittle, Concordia, 47; 7. Elzinga, Clay Center, 49; 8. Mull, Bennington/Minneapolis, 50; 9. Carlson, Council Grove, 52; 10. Wright, Clay Center, 52.

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