CHS golfers place fourth

SALINA — Competing against a number of bigger schools, the Concordia High School girls’ golf team placed fourth in the Salina Central Invitational Tuesday at the Salina Municipal Golf Course.
Concordia finished with a 199.
Manhattan won the tournament with a 178. Hays finished second with a 185 and Salina Central was third with a 196.
Autaum Poley and Stormie Hittle each shot 47 for Concordia to finish in a tie for 10th place in the tournament.
Lexi Pauls, Newton, was awarded 10th place based on a scorecard playoff.
Janae Champlin carded a 49 for Concordia.
Bailey Strait rounded out the top four for the Panthers with a 57.
Kaitlin Herrick shot 58 for Concordia. Kayla Dvorak had a 61.
Kyle McCarthy, Manhattan; Alissa Kim, Salina Central; and Hannah Devane, Manhattan, shot 40.
McCarthy earned medalist honors. Kim was second and Devane was third.
In the par 3 tournament, Concordia’s Allayna Hanson shot a 30 to place 11th.
Kaelyn Ade and Maddi Peltier each shot 34 for the Panthers.
Kora Snavely and Tora Vanous finished with 35 and Sam Sicard had a 45.
Bailey Jordan, Hays, had the low score with a 25.

SALINA CENTRAL INVITATIONAL
Team Scores
Manhattan 178, Hays 185, Salina Central 196, Concordia 199, Great Bend 208, Newton 215, Clay Center 219, Salina South 221.
Individual Medalists
1. Ky. McCarthy, Manhattan, 40; 2. Kim, Salina Central, 40; 3. Devane, Manhattan, 40; 4. Schaben, Hays, 42; 5. Ewing, Salina Central, 44; 6. Ptacek, Russell, 44; 7. Jensen, Hays, 44; 8. Ke. McCarthy, Manhattan, 46; 9. Boxberger, Russell, 46; 10. Pauls, Newton, 47.

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