CHS golfers tie for sixth
HAYS — The Concordia High School girls’ golf team finished in a tie for sixth place in the Thomas More Prep-Marian Invitational Monday at Smoky Hill Country Club.
Concordia and Clay Center each posted scores of 512.
Russell won the tournament with a 445. Hoisington finished second with a 453, and Larned was third with a 489.
Sophomore Janae Champlin finished sixth individually for Concordia with a 111. She had rounds of 54-57.
Stormie Hittle shot a 123 for the Panthers with rounds of 65-58.
Autaum Poley shot 65-70 for a 135 for Concordia.
Kayla Dvorak had 73-70 for a 143 for the Panthers.
Jordin Greer, Hoisington, shot 45-54 for a 99 to earn medalist honors.
Concordia will compete in the Class 4A regional tournament at Larned on Monday.
Russell 445, Hoisington 453, Larned 489, Oakley 506, Goodland 509, Concordia 512, Clay Center 512, Thomas More Prep-Marian 520.
Top 10 Individuals
1. Greer, Hoisington, 99; 2. Ptacek, Russell, 100; 3. Nickelson, Hoisington, 101; 4. Boxberger, Russell, 102; 5. Skelton, Larned, 105; 6. Champlin, Concordia, 111; 7. Alquist, Clay Center, 113; 8. Parsons, Oakley, 115; 9. Ayre, Larned, 117; 10th. Michaud, Thomas More Prep-Marian, 119.
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