CHS golf team places seventh
LARNED — The Concordia High School girls’ golf team placed seventh in the Larned Invitational Thursday at Larned Country Club.
The Panthers posted a score of 492.
Larned won the tournament with a 405. Hoisington finished second with a 422. Cimarron was third with a 445.
Stormie Hittle shot a 106 to finish 11th individually for Concordia.
Janae Champlin and Kayla Dvorak each shot 126 for the Panthers.
Autaum Poley rounded out the top four for Concordia with 130.
Bailey Strait shot 148 for the Panthers.
Tiara Diaz, Larned, earned medalist honors with a 91.
Larned 405, Hoisington 422, Cimarron 445, Russell 447, Pratt 455, Thomas More Prep-Marian 473, Concordia 492.
Top 10 Individuals
1. Diaz, Larned, 91; 2. Boxberger, Russell, 92; 3. Greer, Hoisington, 92; 4. Schmidt, Pratt, 94; 5. Ptacak, Russell, 97; 6. Skelton, Larned, 98; 7. Wilborn, Hoisington, 98; 8. Ast, Cimarron, 100; 9. Keenan, Larned, 105; 10. Ediger, Cimarron, 106.
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