NCK Junior Golf holds tournament
The NCK Junior Golf Association, Concordia, had two golfers capture first place in their respective divisions in league play.
League play finished up on Friday at the Concordia American Legion Golf Course.
The low two scores from tournaments at Concordia, Clay Center and Beloit were counted.
Kerrigan Rudolph had a 106 total to place first in the girls’ division.
Kaelyn Ade, Concordia, was second with a 159 and Mariah Lott, Concordia, was third with a 175.
Hanna Acree, Concordia, won the girls’ 5-hole division with a 62.
Kendall Reynolds, Concordia, finished second with a 64. Halle Benne, Concordia, was third with a 73 and Shea Trecek, Concordia, was fourth with a 78.
Brennen Acree, Concordia, placed second in the boys’ high school division with an 84. Christian Wetter, Concordia, finished fourth wtih an 85.
Tanner Fox, Clay Center, won the division with an 82. Dominic Savener, Clay Center, was second wtih an 83 and Mason Ahlberg, Clay Center, was fifth with an 85.
Ty Pfizenmeier, Clay Center, won the boys’ middle school division with a 98. Dagen Weir, Clay Center, finished second with a 133. Lake Winter, Concordia, was third with a 141 and Cody Carlson, Clay Center, was fourth with a 158.
Blake Wright, Clay Center, took first in the boys’ grade school division with a 119.
Vincent Palen, Beloit, placed first in the boys’ 5-hole division with a 48.
Hayden Dvorak, Concordia, placed second iwth a 49. Rkail Juaneza, Beloit, was third with a 56. Payton Breese, Concordia, was fourth with a 57. Brady Palen, Beloit, was fifth with a 58 and Braxton Kindel, Concodia, was sixth with a 61.
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