SCOTTSBLUFF – Over 400 miles to the west, members of the Wayne High boys golf team began their two-day championship competition.
From the Scotts Bluff Country Club in Scottsbluff, Class B NSAA Boys State Golf Championship action began on Tuesday.
Wayne High sits 12th as a team after day one shooting a 378.
Tanner Walling shot a 10-over PAR 82 to sit tied for 26th overall after round one of two.
Other day one Blue Devil boys golf results came from Bo Armstrong (88), Drew Sharpe (90) and Camron Weaselhead (118). Kyran Bartos also shot a 119 on Tuesday.
Pierce’s Abram Scholting shot a 105 on day one (+33) to sit 67th out of 70 golfers.
The Class B individual leader after round one is William Mullin from Omaha Skutt Catholic with a four-under PAR 68 followed by Jacob Goertz from Mount Michael Benedictine at two-under PAR 70. Both Austin Thyne (Scottsbluff) and Logan Thuber (Norris) were tied for third at even PAR 72.
Norris leads the team race at +16 (304) followed by Omaha Skutt Catholic by three strokes (307) on Tuesday in Scottsbluff for Class B.
Class B day one results.
Day two action will start at 9 a.m. local time (10 a.m. CT) in Scottsbluff for the second and final day of boys state golf.