Day one report for Boys State Golf

Day one report for Boys State Golf
May 23rd, 2023 | Chris Cottrell

Today was the first of two days for the State Golf Championships around the state including the Class B Tournament being held at Monument Shadows Golf Course in Gering.

Class B

Day one is in the books at Monument Shadows with the Norris Titans and York Dukes setting the pace in the team standings. Norris the leader at a combined five over with York sitting two shots off the lead.

Scottsbluff is in third place in the team standings after a day one team total of 315, they’re 22 shots off the lead.

Individually it’s Ryan Seevers of York along with Treyton Baehr of Beatrice tied atop the leaderboard at two under par with matching rounds of 70.

Taytom Timbers of Alliance and Isaiah Jones of Scottsbluff tied for the best round of the local players, shooting two over rounds of 74. Jack Maser of Gering was 12 over par on his opening round.

There are seven players tied at two over par while three players are one over par and there’s one player even.

All Class B results CLICK HERE.

Class C (at Columbus)

A birdie at the last for Mitchell’s Cael Peters has him within striking distance of the leader heading into tomorrow. Peters finished with a six over par round of 78 and he’ll begin the final round four shots back of the leader from Kearney Catholic, who carded a two over round of 72.

The next best score from the region came from Kyler Lusche of Kimball, who posted a 85, he’s tied for 28th place.

In the team standings Mitchell right now is sitting in eighth place. Kearney Catholic is the leader followed by Grand Island Central Catholic.

All Class C results CLICK HERE.

Class D (at North Platte)

The top scorer from the region on day one was Bridgeport’s Harrison Barnette, who shot a nine over par round of 81 and he’ll start his final round just outside the top ten.

The leader in Class D was at one under par late in the afternoon before scorecards had been finalized.

Pender, Overton, and Neligh-Oakdale were the team leaders with Bridgeport sitting 10th and Hemingford back in a tie for 14th place.

The Bobcats best round of the day was turned in by Owen Plog with a 91.

All Class D results CLICK HERE.


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