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.

TMP-MARIAN INVITATIONAL
Team Scores
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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