COLUMBUS – After starting the second day of the 2021 NSAA Girls State Golf Championships tied for 35th with a 104, Riley Haschke of Wayne moved up in the individual ratings with 11 strokes better.
According to a release from the NSAA, the second and final day of girls state golf took place throughout the day on Tuesday.
Class C competed from the Elks Country Club in Columbus.
As golfers completed their final rounds Tuesday afternoon, Haschke finished 28th among the 93 golfers following a round of 93 on Tuesday for a score of 197 after her opening day 104.
Haschke started the front nine off with a personal best 41 and finished the day also with a personal best 93, 18-holes. Head Wayne High girls golf coach said, “Riley battled both days and really played well. Things are really starting to click for her and it was great to see it come together for her last round of the year. I am so proud of her and cannot wait until we can go back to work for next year.”
Broken Bow outshot Columbus Scotus on the final day by 34 strokes (345-376) to win Class C 719-745.
West Point-Beemer placed fourth as a team with a 789 (408-381) and Laurel-Concord-Coleridge took 10th with an 826 (421-405).
Cecilia Arndt finished with scores of 78 and 79 to win Class C with a 157 while Lynzi Becker of Cozad (79-81) placed runner-up with a 160 holding off Payton Wise of Kimball (84-77) by a stroke with a 161 as both Brooke Diekemper of West Point-Beemer (86-76) and Olivia Lovegrove of Lincoln Christian (81-81) by two strokes with a 162 each.
Day two scores from Laurel-Concord-Coleridge golfers came from Sarah Karnes improving by six strokes with a 90 for a 186 total (T-17th); Delaney Hall was three strokes better with a 101 for a 205 total (T-39th); Hope Swanson improved by three strokes with a 106 for a 215 total (T-54th); Sidney Groene improved by four strokes with a 108 for a total of 220 (T-63rd) and Maddy Graham was two strokes better with a 111 for a two-day score of 224 (T-69th).
Pierce golf day two results came from Alena Peters improving by five strokes with a 94 for a total of 193 (24th) and Keli Shermer improved by eight strokes with a 105 for a two-day total of 218 (T-58th).
West Point-Beemer golf results saw Shelbie Woerman finished two strokes better with a 99 for a total of 200 (32nd); Valerie Lierman gained seven strokes with Tuesday’s 110 for a total of 213 (51st); Emily Oligmueller shot 14 strokes better for her 104 and a 222 two day total (67th) as Allie Boell shot 19 strokes better with her 102 for a 223 total (68th).
Day one results here. Day two will be posted later this afternoon.