Eldon golfer moves on to state
Eldon freshman Kassidy Hull is going to state.
The young golfer put up a round of 78 to finish third overall in sectional action at Eldon Golf Club on Monday. Senior Wendy Dunstan shot a 111 and Bree Henderson put up a round of 120, but did not quite make the cut.
“The girls had a great showing today at sectionals,” Eldon coach Matt Frey said. Bree and Wendy fell just short, but those two girls had a great senior season.”
Hull will compete against 91 other golfers in the Class 1 state tournament on Monday and Tuesday at Columbia Country Club.
Camdenton heading to state
Camdenton is state-bound.
The Lakers competed in sectional tournament action at Marshfield and finished second in the standings with a team score of 343 and just six strokes behind first place Carl Junction. However, the top two teams go through so all five golfers will be taking their swings for a state championship.
“It was a great day for us,” Camdenton coach Jane Eidson said. “Several of the girls had personal best scores.”
Camdenton’s Amber Wilson put up her best 18-hole round of the year with a 3-under-par of 67 to take the title of tournament medalist for the 10th time in 11 tries this season. Jennah Schell shot a 79, Coley Rezabek put up an 86, Allie Crowell finished with a 111 and Emily Hunter rounded up the scoring with a 112.
The Lakers will take their swings against seven other schools for the Class 2 state title on Monday and Tuesday at Sedalia Country Club.
Osage season ends with tough outing in sectionals
School of the Osage traveled to the links of Nevada on Monday for sectionals, looking to advance to the state tournament.
Unfortunately for the Indians, that would not be the case as the season came to an end.
The cut for the state tournament was 102 and Emily Maher was the closest among Osage golfers with a score of 112.
“The cut was a tad higher than usual,” Osage coach L.J. Weeks pointed out. “We had a pretty good run though and I am real proud of the progress we made this season. I’m looking forward to working with them again next fall.”