BEEMER – Fall sports across Nebraska are underway as the Wayne High girls golf program took to the road on Friday.
From Indian Trails Country Club in Beemer, WHS participated in the West Point-Beemer Invitational with 12 other teams represented.
Wayne High shot a team score of 454 to place fourth.
Head Wayne High girls golf coach, Josh Johnson said “girls got out and were able to play on a beautiful course Friday. It gave us a good test and showed us what we need to work on.”
Individually, Joslyn Johnson placed ninth overall with a 106 (54/52) followed by Riley Haschke shooting a 109 (52/57) to place 13th. Other results came from Charli Sievers (117), Carli Canham (122) and Lindsay Niemann (126).
Bennington won the West Point-Beemer girls golf Invite with a 393, followed by Archbishop Bergan with a 430 in second as Oakland-Craig shot a 439 to finish third. Laurel-Concord-Coleridge rounded out the top five teams with a 456.
The top individual golfer in 18 holes was Savannah McFalls of Bennington with a 95, teammate Payton Morgan finished runner-up with a 96 and Sarah Karnes of LCC placed third with a 97.
Other results from LCC: Skyler Swanson (115); Maddy Graham (118); Beka Lipp (126) and Clara Brummels (128).
The Wayne High girls golf team is back in action on Monday, August 22 facing Hartington Cedar Catholic and Laurel-Concord-Coleridge from the Hartington Golf Club starting at 4 p.m. for a nine-hole triangular.