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State golf wraps up; Kimball finishes 2nd in Class C, Sidney 4th in Class B

State golf wraps up; Kimball finishes 2nd in Class C, Sidney 4th in Class B

Playing with three sophomores and a junior the Kimball Longhorns golf team finished second today in the Class C Golf Championships in Kearney.

Kimball’s two day combined score of 648 was nine shots off the pace set by state champion Lincoln Lutheran (639).

Jordan Greenwood, Kimball’s lone senior, paced the Longhorns with a T-3 overall finish at 155 for the two days.

Zane Anthony finished T-10, 161 while Dillon Wise was T-15 at 163. Andrew McCloud shot 169 and Izaac Reuter finished at 182.

Eric Stevens of Bridgeport went 85-79 to finish his two days at 164, T-20.

In Class B the Sidney Red Raiders finished in 4th place with a two day total of 637. Aurora was the team champion at 605. Elkhorn finished third.

Sidney had two individual top ten finishes with Nate Dvorak shooting even par today to finish at +6, 150, good enough for fifth place. After a two under par round yesterday Connor Dormann was +9 today and he finished in a tie for sixth with a two day total of 151.

Scottsbluff started the day in seventh place but they fell back and finished in tenth place with a team score of 693.

The Bearcats top finisher was Sam McCaslin at 170. Vince Quijas shot 171. Also for Scottsbluff, Brandyn Larsen finished at 175, Gabe Patton at 177, and Gavin Howell finished up at 190.

Gering was one spot behind Scottsbluff in the team standings in eleventh place with an overall score of 703.

Grant Maser, who was +10 yesterday, bounced back with a five over par round of 77. Maser finished T-19 at 159 for the two days.

Other scores for Gering; Grady Sherrell 175, Josh Wilson shot 181, Tanner Rust at 189, while Justin Scott shot 194.

In Class D the team champion was Randolph followed by West Holt, Creighton, and then it was Mullen finishing in fourth place. Garden County wrapped up the two days in eleventh place.

Individually for Morrill’s Braeden Struempler it was a two day score of 192, that was T-59.

Hay Spring’s Drew Letcher shot 181 for his two rounds to finish T-36.

You can find all the scores, both team and individual, from the NSAA here.

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