COLUMBUS – High School girls golf teams and several individuals representing their communities opened the week during the 2021 NSAA Girls Golf State Championships.
Day one competition was held Monday, October 11 with day two set to begin at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, October 12.
Class A is competing from the Norfolk Country Club, Class B at the Scotts Bluff Country Club in Scottsbluff and Class C at the Elks Country Club in Columbus.
In Class C, Wayne’s Riley Haschke battled fast greens and soft conditions to shoot a 104 (T-39th) and will next tee off this morning at 9:09 a.m. on hole one.
Head Wayne High girls golf coach Josh Johnson said, “I was really proud of how Riley battled all day. She struggled a bit on & off the greens but kept fighting all round long and was able to post a solid score.”
Leading Day one in Class C was Cecilia Arndt of Columbus Scotus with a 78 followed by Lynzi Becker of Cozad one stroke back with a 79 among the 93 golfers.
Columbus Scotus leads Broken Bow 369 – 374 on the first day as West Point-Beemer is tied for fifth with Valentine (408) and Laurel-Concord-Coleridge is 10th (421) in the team standings.
A handful of Laurel-Concord-Coleridge golfers were also in action for Class C being Sarah Karnes (T-20th – 96); Delaney Hall (T-39th – 104); Hope Swanson (T-52nd – 109); Sidney Groene (61st – 112) and Maddy Graham (T-62nd – 113).
Pierce golf day one results came from Alena Peters (T-27th – 99) and Keli Shermer (T-62nd – 113).
West Point-Beemer golf results included Brook Diekemper (7th – 86); Shelbie Woerman (T-31st – 101); Valerie Lierman (T-36th – 103); Emily Oligmueller (T-76th – 118) and Allie Boell (T-80th – 121).
Day one results here. Day two will be posted later this afternoon.