Hittle records top 10 finish for Panthers

RUSSELL — Stormie Hittle recorded a top 10 finish for the Concordia Panthers in the Russell Invitational girls’ golf tournament Monday at Russell Country Club.
Hittle shot 54 in windy conditions to place ninth for the Panthers.
Concordia finished sixth as a team with a score of 243.
Hoisington won the tournament with a 209. Larned finished second with a 214, and Russell was third with a 215.
Concordia had Janae Champlin shoot a 61.
Autaumn Poley carded a 63 for the Panthers.
Bailey Strait finished with a 65.
Kaitlin Herrick had a 67 for Concordia, and Kayla Dvorak shot 75.
Megan Boxberger, Russell, was the individual medalist with a 45.

RUSSELL INVITATIONAL
Team Scores
Hoisington 209, Larned 214, Russell 215, Goodland 227, Thomas More Prep-Marian 234, Concordia 243, Bennington/Minneapolis 291.
Top 10 Individuals
1. Boxberger, Russell, 45; 2. Greer, Hoisington, 49; 3. Garrett, Goodland, 51; 4. Schremmer, Hoisington, 52; 5. Ayre, Larned, 52; 6. Schulte, Russell, 53; 7. Diaz, Larned, 53; 8. Wilson, Hoisington, 54; 9. Hittle, Concordia, 54; 10. Smith, Hoisington, 54.

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