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Just In Time: The 2014 KBRX Area Volleyball Preview





We’ve been rolling out season previews as the various fall sports begin, and this week we focus on volleyball. The season starts Thursday, Sept. 4 along with cross country, making it the last season to start. Since it is the only one played indoors, it certainly makes sense. This year the postseason begins on November 3rd, with State Volleyball running from November 13-15 in Lincoln.

One of the biggest changes this year is the move back to Lincoln, which won back the three-year bid to host the State Tournament from Grand Island. Lincoln hosted the tournament from 1981 through 2009. It was moved to Grand Island in 2010 and was played there for three years. The tournament returns to a new configuration in Lincoln with the Pinnacle Bank Arena playing a large role. The NSAA Board of Directors voted to go a new direction with the layout and format of State Volleyball this year. PBA will host the larger classes during the tournament, with Classes A and B playing on split courts on Thursday and Class C1 joining on Friday. Classes C1-D2 play at four Lincoln high school locations on Thursday, and C2-D2 are sent to Devaney on Friday. The Bob Devaney Sports Center will host the championship matches on Saturday, giving the top two teams in each class a chance to play in the home of the Huskers. Consolation matches will be played at Lincoln East this year. The NSAA dropped third place games in classes A and B, so the only consolation games will be held in the lower classes.

Classifications remain largely unchanged this year, but several area schools find themselves in new territory. Creighton is the one that jumps out, with the Lady Bulldogs dropping to D1 for the first time. A couple of schools were right on the line. Ainsworth is one of the smallest C1 schools and EPPJ is in the same boat in C2, coming in as the 2nd smallest. Burwell is also in C2 this year. Boyd County has been right on the edge in volleyball and basketball over the last few years, but settled into D1 this year. Speaking of D1, St. Mary’s and Osmond were both part of a seven-way tie at the bottom of the class. Since C1-D2 is split up into equal class sizes, rather than a specific enrollment number, tie-breakers bumped Meridian down to D2. Although most teams would probably rather be in D2, St. Mary’s is glad to be in D1 (explanation coming). Ewing and Santee continue to be some of the smallest schools in D2.


The 2014 Stuart Broncos won the UNK Class D2 Top 10 summer camp.

The area will welcome back two teams that played in the State Championship last year. St. Mary’s brings back some great athletes from their D1 title team, and Stuart was the D2 runner-ups. The Lady Broncos bring back almost every player from last year, and had great success on the camp circuit during the summer, including a team title in Kearney. The reason that the D1-D2 classifications were important is that keeping the Cardinals in D1 will eliminate a district meeting between the two schools. Separate classes give each team a better chance to return to State.

Two final things of note are the loss of several outstanding coaches and a strong graduating class in the NVC last year. Both St. Mary’s and Ewing will be replacing championship-winning coaches, as Nicole Renshaw is no longer in the area and Suz Funk withdrew from coaching for family reasons. Although new coaches will be able to fill in ably, it will be a much different sideline for those teams. A great class of seniors also departed from the Niobrara Valley Conference last year. The group featured many third or fourth year starters on their respective teams. Last year, the NVC coaches awarded honors to 45 girls, of which 25 were seniors. Many of last year’s seniors are also starting the year on college rosters. Justine Blumenstock and Hannah Rittscher are both playing for Nebraska Wesleyan, while Emily Filsinger joins the Hastings Lady Broncos. Riley Funk will join a who’s who list of Nebraska’s former prep standouts at Wayne State as well. (I apologize if I missed someone; please contact us to let me know who.)
 

AP Sports News



INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NFL has suspended Colts owner Jim Irsay for six games and fined him $500,000 after his guilty plea today in suburban Indianapolis to one count of driving while intoxicated. Irsay was put on probation for a year by the court and required to undergo drug testing for a year. Irsay was stopped in March.

HOUSTON (AP) — A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that star defensive end J.J. Watt has agreed to terms on a contract extension with the Houston Texans. Multiple media reports said the agreement is for six years and $100 million, with $51.8 million guaranteed and a $10 million signing bonus.

UNDATED (AP) — Florida State, Alabama, Oregon and Oklahoma held on to the top four spots in this week's AP college football poll, although the Crimson Tide lost 44 points after beating West Virginia. Texas A&M soared 12 spots to No. 9 after beating then ninth-ranked Clemson 52-28. The Gamecocks dropped to No. 21 this week.

BILBAO, Spain (AP) — The U.S. national team got 21 points from Anthony Davis on the way to an easy 98-71 win over New Zealand at the Basketball World Cup. Kenneth Faried chipped in with 15 points and 11 rebounds to help the American team improve to 3-0 in group play.

NEW YORK (AP) — Serena and Venus Williams have been knocked out of the doubles competition at the U.S. Open by Russia's Ekaterna Makarova and Elena Vesnina 7-6, 6-4 in the quarterfinals. Serena, who is top seed and still alive in singles, had to take a medical timeout during the match for a problem with her right foot.
 

O'Neill Wins 2nd Team Title of the Season




L to R: Nikki Gotschall, Molly Atkeson, Hailee Harmon, Amy Schmitz,
Paige Gaughenbaugh, Claire Everitt, Marie Sitz


The O'Neill Eagle golf team picked up another team title in the fledgling season by winning the Ainsworth Invite. After hoisting the Eagle Invite trophy, the team competed in a scramble in Atkinson before coming to Ainsworth. O'Neill played their top three golfers in the scramble and tied with West Holt's three for 2nd.

At Ainsworth, the Eagles were just one of three teams, but they finished 86 strokes in front to earn their second team trophy. Individually, it seems that the top area golfers have been defined, as the same three girls that led in O'Neill finished as the top three in Ainsworth. West Holt's Mackenzie Hale won the individual medal by five strokes with an 85, while Stephanie Sorensen of Plainview and Hailee Harmon finished 2-3. O'Neill placed four in the top ten, with Amy Schmitz (6th), Paige Gaughenbaugh (7th) and Molly Atkeson (10th) leading the varsity. Freshman Nikki Gotschall continued a strong start to her career with a 14th place finish as a JV golfer. West Holt also continues to impress, with their three golfers placing 1st (Hale), 4th, (Paige Mitchell) and 9th (Courteney Hostert).

Check out the full results in the Pinnacle Bank Scoreboard. The next action for our area teams will be at the Atkinson-Stuart Country Club with the West Holt Invite on September 4th.
 

Eagles Win Their Own Invite, Sorensen Triumphs In Playoff


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Medalists from the O'Neill Invite --- Front LtoR: Bridgette Henn, Lexi Schommer, Courteney Hostert, Ashton Bancroft, Amy Schmitz, Chelsey Reifert --- Back LtoR: Mackenzie Hale, Stephanie Sorensen, Hailee Harmon, Paige Mitchell, Paige Gaughenbaugh, Breanna Attema, Sheridan Bancroft, Taylor Finke (not pictured: Mariah Zavadil)

On a day that brought typical hot and humid August weather, the Eagles hardly had to sweat out their team win at the O'Neill Country Club. The individual title was a different matter.
 

2014 O'Neill Invite Champs: Olivia Fonseca, Amy Schmitz (11th),
Paige Gaughenbaugh (5th), Marie Sitz, Hailee Harmon (3rd)

O'Neill put together a 33 stroke win over runner-up Battle Creek to seal up their second straight win on their home course. The Lady Eagles have had much recent success in the O'Neill Invite, with back-to-back wins following a runner-up finish in 2012. It was a good start for O'Neill, who brought back four members from their state-qualifying and 4th place Class C team last year.

The individual title came down to the wire during regular 18-hole play as it was, and when the back nine was completed two golfers were sent to hole one for a playoff. Two returning state qualifiers, Plainview's Stephanie Sorensen and West Holt's Mackenzie Hale, battled in the sudden-death playoff. Sorensen won the playoff by two strokes, aided by a drive that went straight down the fairway and a chip that landed a couple of feet from the pin.

Stephanie Sorensen golfed an almost perfect hole in the playoff to earn the individual title.

West Holt and O'Neill rounded out the rest of the top five individuals. Lady Husky Paige Mitchell finished 4th, sandwiched by Hailee Harmon and Paige Gaughenbaugh in the top five. Breanna Attema of Pierce, another superb golfer returning from a 2013 State Golf appearance, placed sixth with the last score under 100. O'Neill's Amy Schmitz and West Holt's Courteney Hostert gave the Eagles and Huskies three medalists apiece. The Huskies actually medaled every golfer they had entered, as they only have those three girls.
 

Runner-Up Bravettes: Faith Lennox, Bridgette Henn,
Abby Westerman, Taylor Finke, Olivia Zlomke

This meet was not only the first of the golf season, but the first of the NSAA fall sports season. Softball is the other sport that began today, with the other three sports that involve area teams to follow in the coming week. To see the complete results from the O'Neill Invite, go to the Pinnacle Bank Scoreboard.
 

Stuart Raceway Year End Standings



Another year of racing has been completed at the Stuart Raceway. Here are the final standings from this season's races.

 
Stuart Raceway - 2014 Year End Points Standings
SPORT COMPACT
Pos Car No Driver Hometown Points
1 22X Dustin Jackson O'Neill, NE 319
2 3K Kelly McCarthy Naper, NE 295
3 00 Shannon Pospisil Norfolk, NE 285
4 23 Levi  Roth Spencer, NE 267
5 96 Tori Wendell O'Neill, NE 267
6 25R Riley Williamson Bartlett, NE 203
7 00F Jessie Poessnecker Atkinson, NE 100
8 2 Tyler Steckelberg Pierce, NE 64
9 45J Jennifer Poessnecker Atkinson, NE 64
10 54 Ashlyn Pecena Wayne, NE 63
HOBBY STOCK
Pos Car No Driver Hometown Points
1 28 Tracy Buck Neligh, NE 293
2 2 Mitchell Dvorak Stuart, NE 256
3 11T Tanner Pelster Albion, NE 95
4 18A Alex Korus Genoa, NE 67
5 18N Neil  Korus Genoa, NE 64
6 52 Kyle Wilkinson Neligh, NE 34
7 23R Andrew Gehring Platte Center, NE 31
8 77 Robbie Evans Elgin, NE 31
STREET STOCK
Pos Car No Driver Hometown Points
1 97 John Otte Ravinia, SD 302
2 90 Justin Bertschinger Norfolk, NE 298
3 15 Danial Frickel Atkinson, NE 254
4 69M Mark Poessnecker Atkinson, NE 222
5 20J Preston Janzing Atkinson, NE 138
6 52 Jason Wilkinson Neligh, NE 36
7 11 Randy  Pelster Petersburg, NE 33
8 31 Darin Racek Lexington, NE 32
NORTHERN SPORTMOD
Pos Car No Driver Hometown Points
1 26J Justin Addison Atkinson, NE 314
2 52P Brandon Poessnecker Atkinson, NE 308
3 11M Kendell McCarthy Naper, NE 306
4 66M Kevin McCarthy Naper, NE 305
5 77 Chad Kohle Stuart, NE 265
6 33J Josh Pfeifer Spencer, NE 240
7 21 Cameron Meyer Pierce, NE 172
8 30 Dennis Engelhaupt Page, NE 101
9 52 Dean  Wilkinson Oakdale, NE 34
10 33 Jerry Pfeifer Spencer, NE 32
360 CARBURETED SPRINT
Pos Car No Driver Hometown Points
1 1 Keith Deseive Atkinson, NE 294
2 45 Veldon Judge Atkinson, NE 294
3 8C,1J John Otte Ravinia, SD 163
4 8 Dennis Engelhaupt Page, NE 99
5 10 Barry Lemmer Atkinson, NE 94
6 1D Josh Pfeifer Spencer, NE 67
7 10X Greg Shaw Atkinson, NE 62
LIMITED SPRINT
Pos Car No Driver Hometown Points
1 17 Bob Dvorak Stuart, NE 130
2 8R Gary Reber Gregory, SD 127
3 42AJ Adam Walton Winner, SD 94

 

2014 Cross Country Preview



Cross Country has been around since the 1800s, but it’s unclear when people started running on golf courses. Your local Sports Guy theorizes that someone who was terrible at golf but liked running was trying to find their ball after yet another bad shot, and decided that it was a pretty nice environment to run in. However it actually happened, local golf courses will become the haven for high school runners beginning on September 4th this year. The sport shares its opening day with volleyball, becoming the final fall sports to get their seasons underway.

Cross Country is not offered by several schools in the area, but most have a program. Almost all of the KBRX area schools fall into Class D, which is a pretty diverse class because not every school offers it, but many small schools do. O’Neill finally got lucky with the classifications, as the OHS/SMH co-op was able to avoid Class B, and is the fourth biggest school in Class C. They are joined by folks on the fringes of our coverage area such as Pierce, Boone Central and Ord. Every other school KBRX covers is in Class D, with Ainsworth and Stuart being the biggest and smallest in the class, respectively. Overall, 104 schools are in Class D this year.

Don't call them Johnson: The Johnston twins could rule the Mid-State this year.
O’Neill brings back a solid pair of runners in the Johnston twins, who led the Eagles last year as sophomores. Grant earned an 11th place medal at State last year, and Blake finished with a pretty solid 38th place finish himself. They return as some of the top runners in the Mid-State, with most of the other conference state qualifiers graduating last year. Alejandra Vergara-Kersenbrock just missed the medals last year with an 18th place finish, but returns as a senior with quite a few accolades in her XC and track career. Unfortunately for her (and many other runners), Class C returns almost all of the girls’ medal winners from last year, and a bevy of talented girls in the Mid-State. The OHS girls’ team will be small but veteran, made up of seniors and juniors. One girl to keep an eye on is Ord’s Katherine Lansman, who was almost untouchable last year in the track season, but will move up a class after winning Class D last year. She is joined by Zoe Ritz, who was 22nd as a freshman.

2014 could be a promising year for the area Class D teams. Individually, three male runners return after State medal finishes last year: seniors Zach Welch of Ainsworth (2nd) and Osmond’s Cameron Moes (7th), and junior Colin Erickson from North Central (10th). CWC will bring back a pair of seniors that like to run together in former medalist John Walnofer and Shay Weber, who finished in the top 25% at State. West Holt’s Connor McDermott also placed 43rd out of 147 runners as a sophomore last year, and will lead a solid Husky team. Individually for the girls of Class D, Crofton will bring back a trio of seniors who placed last year. West Holt, like O’Neill, has their own dynamic duo in identical twins Jayden and Alyssa Reiman. Jayden medaled 14th as a freshman while Alyssa was only a minute behind, finishing 44th in the state.


They aren't going anywhere: West Holt made State last year with a team of underclassmen.

In the context of teams, Crofton swept State last year, so they are expected to continue their dynasty this year. West Holt generated some excitement last year by qualifying both boys and girls teams, and have an encouraging group returning. Sophomore Emma Laible joins the Reiman twins to give the Lady Huskies a very young core group from a team that placed 9th last year, and all six boys return from the 14th place 2013 Huskies team. Luke Welborn, Tony Bohnet and Lukas Laible will all be looking to leave an impact as seniors this year. Another young team that made school history last year is Neligh-Oakdale. Two seniors and three sophomores return from the Lady Warriors squad that placed 17th in the school’s first girls’ appearance at State XC. They are led by 10th graders Claudia Orozco and Jayda Chance, who had strong showings in both cross country and track last year.

Finally, there are several relatively new things to note for the 2014 season. Last year was the first year that the girls’ course was extended to 5,000 meters, and it will stay that way this year. Previously it was 4,000 meters, but it was changed last year to be the same length as the boys’ course. The other big change last year was that Class D was separated into six districts instead of five. District assignments for Class D will be released on September 1st. Both of those rules changes will remain this year. District XC competitions will be on Thursday, October 16 with State Cross Country held on Friday, Oct. 24 at the Kearney Country Club.
 

Eagles Jump Back to Class B in Softball




The Eagles won the program's first district title last year with a 9-3 win over Pierce.

Fresh off their first district championship and second State Tournament appearance, the Eagle softball team will look to continue building their program this year. Known for their summer program, O’Neill has had fairly good success with its NSAA counterpart, which is in its eighth year. Although the Eagles didn’t win a game at State, the trip to Hastings was well earned with a year that saw them go 20-9. O'Neill may have to battle a bit of inexperience, as six longtime starters and contributors graduated last year. However, plenty of talent remains on the Eagle roster.

The annual drama for O’Neill softball is not necessarily the play on the field (which has been pretty exciting, of course) but the yearly classification. The Eagles have been in Class C twice (last year and 2007), which have been the years when they have qualified for State. In the between times, O’Neill has been classified in Class B. While they haven’t qualified for State in B, they have had a winning record every year, and have generally competed well. Usually they are right on the edge of the B/C line, and this year is no exception. The Eagles fell on the Class B side this year as the second smallest team in the class. Familiar foe Wisner-Pilger is the smallest team in B this year. Wisner will host the B-4 district, which will feature powerhouse Blair. O’Neill seems to be the team best equipped to challenge Blair in the district, as the Eagles and Bears are the only two teams that had winning records last year.

The Eagles will see many of their usual opponents, although there are a few changes to the softball landscape in Northeast Nebraska. Lutheran High Northeast struggled to field a full team last year, so Norfolk High accepted LHNE and Norfolk Catholic into their program in Class A. Madison is joining with Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family this year, adding Lindsay into that co-op. Newman Grove will also join Boone Central in softball, after being with them in other sports previously. The Mid-State Conference will feature five teams that offer softball: O’Neill, Wayne, Pierce, Boone Central and Guardian Angels CC.

The first day of softball is Thursday, August 21, but the Eagles will wait until Saturday to play their first games, traveling to the always tough York Quad. The conference tournament will be Saturday, October 4 at Wayne. Districts are October 9 and 10 in Wisner, with the three-day State Tournament in Hastings starting Wednesday, October 15.
 

Huskers Picked 2nd in Big Ten Volleyball



Lincoln – Fresh off the first AVCA rankings, the Big Ten Conference released its preseason volleyball poll on Thursday afternoon and Nebraska’s 2014 squad was picked second by the league’s coaches. Senior Mary Pollmiller and sophomore Kadie Rolfzen were named to the 15-member preseason All-Big Ten team, with Rolfzen an unanimous selection.

The 2014 season marks Nebraska’s fourth season as a member of the Big Ten Conference and the Huskers have finished no lower than second in each of their first three years, including a conference title in 2011.

Two-time defending Big Ten champion Penn State was picked to finish first in the conference, while the top five was rounded out by No. 3 Wisconsin, No. 4 Illinois and No. 5 Purdue.

Nebraska finished the 2013 season second in the Big Ten with a 16-4 league record, while then senior Kelsey Robinson was named player of the year. Pollmiller and Rolfzen each earned All-Big honors last season and the Huskers also return honorable-mention All-American Meghan Haggerty.

Rolfzen was one of six players in the conference to earn unanimous preseason honors, she was joined by Illinois’ Jocelynn Birks, Michigan State’s Kori Moster, Penn State’s Micha Hancock, Purdue’s Val Nichol and Wisconsin’s Lauren Carlini.

2014 Big Ten Preseason Poll

1.       Penn State
2.       Nebraska
3.       Wisconsin
4.       Illinois
5.       Purdue
6.       Michigan State
7.       Minnesota
8.       Michigan
9.       Ohio State
10.     Northwestern
11.     Iowa
12.     Indiana
13.     Maryland
14.     Rutgers
 

Girls' Golf Capsule For 2014


 

Four of O'Neill's State Qualifying golf team return in 2014, as Davita Dick (middle)
was the only senior on the varsity in 2013.

Girls’ Golf is one of the first NSAA sports to start off the new year, teeing off on Thursday, August 21. It shares that distinction with softball. State Golf is October 13 & 14, with sites in Norfolk, Lincoln and Columbus.

There are just a few girls’ golf teams in the KBRX area. O’Neill, West Holt, Elkhorn Valley, Plainview and Ainsworth are the schools within earshot that offer fall golf. Boone Central, Crofton, Battle Creek and Pierce are some of the others that are on the edge of our area as well. This year O’Neill didn’t have much luck in any of the classifications, as they bumped up to Class B this year after finishing as the 4th place team in Class C last year. Not only did they bump up, but they are the smallest team in Class B. Wayne and Crofton are some familiar opponents that will be two of the biggest Class C teams. Elkhorn Valley will be the third smallest team in C.

Mackenzie Hale is a returning State Qualifier from West Holt.

O’Neill was the only team to make State last year, but several individuals who did well last year will be returning. Senior Stephanie Sorensen of Plainview tied for 16th at State in 2013, while O’Neill’s Hailee Harmon was just two spots back as a sophomore. Mackenzie Hale of West Holt is also a returning State Qualifier, and will lead the Huskies in 2014 as a senior. Although O’Neill moves up to Class B, they do return four of their top five golfers, and will be very junior-heavy. Another team that all of the area golf teams will see a lot is Pierce, who brings back four pretty good golfers from last year's eighth place team and could be fairly tough this fall.
 

OHS Grad Wins Nebraska Golf Tournament



A former O’Neill Eagle has come out on top of a Nebraska PGA event.

Kyle Schellpeper shot the low round at the National Car Rental Nebraska Assistants Championship on Monday. Schellpeper notched a 76 on Sunday, and improved with a 73 on Monday for a three stroke win. The rounds were played at Wilderness Ridge Golf Club in Lincoln.

Besides a check of $1,150, the win qualifies Kyle for the national competition in a couple of months. The 38th National Car Rental PGA Assistant Championship will be at Wanamaker Golf Course in Port St. Lucie, Florida from October 30 through November 2. The competition is for assistant golf pros and is run by the PGA of America. Schellpeper works as a PGA apprentice at Oak Hills in Omaha, and has competed in around a dozen tournaments this year, mostly in Nebraska. He has not missed a cut.
 

Huskers Ranked Seventh in Preseason VB Poll



The Nebraska volleyball team came in at No. 7 in the preseason AVCA Coaches’ poll, released on Monday. The Huskers return all but one starter from last year’s team, which finished with a 26-7 record, a trip to the NCAA Regional Final and a No. 7 final ranking.

The preseason poll had a Big Ten flare, as seven conference teams earned a spot in the top 25, while Michigan was receiving votes. Six of the top 12 teams in the preseason poll were from the Big Ten Conference. Defending national champion Penn State was picked first, followed by Texas, Stanford, Washington and USC. Wisconsin, the 2013 national runner-up, came in one spot ahead of Nebraska at No. 6, while Purdue was ranked eighth. BYU and Florida, respectively, rounded out the top 10.

With the release of the first 2014 weekly poll, the Huskers have now been ranked in each of the AVCA’s 462 all-time polls, dating back to 1982. Nebraska has been ranked in the top 10 in 418 of those 462 polls, the highest total of any team in the country.

Nebraska’s ranking will be put to the test throughout this season. The Huskers will face a ranked opponent in 13 of their 29 matches this season, including six matchups with top-10 opponents. NU will face the top three teams in the preseason poll a total of four times, beginning with a contest against No. 3 Stanford in the second game of the season at the Devaney Center on Sunday, Aug. 31.

The Huskers open their season on Friday, Aug. 29, against 13th-ranked Florida State Seminoles. The back-to-back matchups with FSU and Stanford are part of the AVCA Showcase at the Devaney Center.

Creighton also made an appearance, being tabbed at #23 in the preseason poll. The Bluejays, who return three starters from their 23-9 team, open against Lipscomb in the Kansas Invitational on Aug. 29.

Also, limited number of single-match tickets for Nebraska’s 2014 home volleyball matches will go on sale to the public beginning at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 20. Tickets can be purchased on Huskers.com, but fans are advised that availability is limited and some tickets may be standing-room only. Tickets for the Huskers’ Red-White scrimmage on Saturday, Aug. 23 are on sale now. Tickets for the scrimmage are available for $10 (reserved) or $8 (standing-room only).
 

Field of 33 Youths Play the KBRX Junior Golf Tournament



33 Golfers participated in the 2014 KBRX Junior Golf Tournament at the O'Neill Country Club on Thursday, August 7.  Here are the results.
 

(left to right) Charlie Gale, Peyton Matthews, Gunnar Knaak
10-12 Year Old Boys - Played 9 Holes on Shortened Course
1st  Gunnar Knaak, Plainview 41
2nd Peyton Matthews, O'Neill 41
3rd Charlie Gale, Bassett 41
4th Gunnar Bussinger, Bassett 44
5th Jaxon Cadwallader, Atkinson  51
6th Brenna Pint, Plainview  53
7th Peyton Hoefer, Elgin 53
8th Grant Mlnar, Atkinson 56
9th Issac Everitt, O'Neill 59
10th Will Otte, O'Neill 74
11th Adam Everitt, O'Neill 75

12-14 Year Old Girls Played 9 Holes
1st Abby Broderson, Albion 57
2nd Claire Everitt, O'Neill 67
3rd  Abbey Everitt, O'Neill 69

(left to right) Murphy Sears, Hailey Harmon
15-18 Year Old Girls Played 18 Holes
1st Murphy Sears, Crete  80
2nd Hailey Harmon, O'Neill 86
3rd Paige Gaughenbaugh, O'Neill 98
4th Mackenzie Hale, Atkinson  102
5th Amy Schmitz, O'Neill  102
6th Victoria Osterman, Ainsworth 125

(left to right) Tucker Knaak, Mason Hale, Bryce Kerkman
13-15 Year Old Boys Played 18 Holes
1st Mason Hale, Atkinson  77
2nd Tucker Knaak, Plainview  78
3rd  Bryce Kerkman, Atkinson 81
4th Jake Lingenfelter, Plainview 101
5th Seth Hytrek, Atkinson 101
6th Cole Gaughenbaugh, O'Neill  103
7th Connor Hermsen, Butte 122
8th Joseph Seger, Atkinson 166

(left to right) Austyn Lech, Colin Wright, Josh Cuddy
16-18 Year Old Boys Played 18 Holes
1st Colin Wright, Plainview  76
2nd Austyn Lech, Atkinson 81
3rd  Josh Cuddy, O'Neill 83
4th  Baylee Colfack, O'Neill 106
5th  Jon Hoefer, O'Neill 114

 
   
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