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TUES., 08-26 GOLF RESULTS

August 27, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

Schulz repeats at Missoula Invite with new team

 
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She’s not the first back-to-back winner of the Missoula Invitational, but she just might be the first to do it for two different schools.

Coral Schulz, last year a Helena Capital Bruin, took top honors at the tournament Tuesday, this time wearing Whitefish yellow and green. The junior, whose family moved to the northwest Montana town since last fall, shot a 77 on the second day of the invite at Canyon River Golf Club to surpass defending State AA champion and Day-1 leader Teigan Avery of Kalispell Glacier.

The Glacier girls also finished runner-up to Missoula Hellgate, which won this tournament a year ago. Helena Capital was first on the boys’ side led by medalist Tevin Lewis, who won a scorecard tiebreaker with Kalispell Flathead’s Ryan Keenan.

Schulz, the bronze winner at last year’s State AA meet, is now golfing in the Class A ranks as a junior. There were a lot of familiar faces at the Missoula meet from her time in AA – including her old Capital squad  – but the newest Bulldog is enthusiastic about the move to A.

“It’ll be super different because I’ve never played with any A girls, but I’m super excited to meet new people,” she said.

As they were Tuesday, Schulz and Avery were paired together in the final four-some of last year’s State AA tourney. That round was also played at Canyon River, a helpful inside look for this week’s outing, Schulz said.

“I just remembered that there weren’t a lot of trees and that it wasn’t a super long course, but there are a couple holes that are pretty long and I was prepared for that,” Schulz said.

Avery didn’t fare so well Tuesday after shooting a near-par 73 on Monday at Larchmont Golf Course. Her one-stroke lead disappeared as the Wolfpack junior struggled to make putts in the final round, finishing with an 81.

“I couldn’t make a putt when it really mattered; I didn’t get a single birdie out there on the course today,” Avery said. “I just need to learn how to play the second day, that’s really all it is, just how to close.”

Avery, who nearly lost the state lead on Day 2 last October before a one-stroke win, finished with a two-day 154. That tied for second with Maddie Trent of Hellgate three strokes behind Schulz.

Trent, who along with teammate and fourth-placer Jenna Herrick completed the lead group Tuesday, shot 76-78 and led the way for the Knights’ victory. Hellgate had a team 364 in the second round and finished with 724 overall. Glacier, which led after Day 1 with 356, slipped a bit and fell off the pace by two strokes, 726.

“It was really fun to play with the top girls in Montana,” said Trent, one of four seniors in Hellgate’s starting five. “It’s kinda nerve-racking at first because you’re playing with the big dogs, but it gets better. I feel more confident with my game (this year).”

Whitefish was third at 741.

Lewis won the boys’ tournament by making up ground from Day 1 on the back nine. The boys started there on hole No. 10 and Lewis went to work cutting strokes on the back’s three par 5s. He shot a 2-under-par 34, and then rounded out on the front nine to finish at 73 for a two-day 147.

“The wind helps on a lot of the par 5s; they were all with the wind,” said Lewis, who trailed Glacier’s Tom Mann by two after the opening round. “I was hitting the drive pretty consistent and my approach was pretty good today.”

After an even-par round  of 72 Monday, Mann shot five over on Tuesday and fell to third behind Keenan at 149. Teammate Cody Sherrill (151) was fourth and Hamilton’s Josh Heath (152) finished fifth.

Missoula Sentinel’s Nate Fuge (154) was the low local in seventh.

After leading Glacier by just six strokes through one round, Capital pulled away for the team win. The Bruins shot 307-309 to hit 616. Glacier shot 630 and Class A Hamilton was third at 645.

Sentinel (652) took fourth just ahead of Hellgate (657).

Benson, McNeil crowned medalists at Billings Invitational

Players from Billings Senior swept medalist honors, and the West boys and Senior girls claimed team titles after the completion of the Billings Invitational golf tournament.

Sean Benson shot a 3-under 69 at Eaglerock Golf Course on Tuesday to win by six strokes over Joey Moore of West and Easton Enott of Great Falls CMR. Benson finished at 143 for the two-day tournament.

For the girls, Kortney McNeil won in a scorecard playoff over Butte’s Shaelyn Hafer. McNeil, Hafer and West’s Hannah Zwemke shot 81 at Briarwood on Monday, and McNeil and Hafer kept pace with one another by shooting 74s on Tuesday. Zwemke fell three shots off the lead to finish third.

With a 614 team score, West’s boys were 11 shots better than Senior, which finished second at 625. Bozeman was third at 632.

Senior’s girls shared the team title with Great Falls. Both schools finished at 726, while West came in third at 730.

Billings Invitational

At The Briarwood on Monday and Eaglerock on Tuesday

Final results

Boys

Team scores — Billings West 318-296 — 614; Billings Senior 320-305 — 625; Bozeman 318-314 — 632; Great Falls CMR 329-308 — 637; Billings Skyview 337-307 — 644; Great Falls 322-326 — 648; Billings West JV 328-328 — 656; Billings Central 345-323 — 668; Butte 345-325 — 670; Billings Senior JV 358-323 — 681; Laurel 363-350 — 713; Billings Skyview JV 376-357 — 733.

Top 10 — Sean Benson, Senior, 74-69 — 143; Joey Moore, West, 76-73 — 149; Easton Enott, CMR, 75-74 — 149; Austin Walter, Senior, 79-71 — 150; Payton Stott, Skyview, 77-73 — 150; Connor Brown, Bozeman, 79-74 — 153; Cody Babinecz, Great Falls, 79-74 — 153; Garrett Woodin, West, 81-74 — 155; Caleb Trost, West, 81-74 — 155; Tanner Dyk, West, 80-75 — 155; Jack O’Donnell, Bozeman, 83-72 — 155.

Billings West (318-296 — 614) — Joey Moore 76-73 — 149; Garrett Woodin 81-74 — 155; Caleb Trost 81-74 — 155; Tanner Dyk 80-75 — 155; Colton Hunt 84-82 — 166.

Billings Senior (320-305 — 625) — Sean Benton 74-69 — 143; Austin Walter 79-71 — 150; Braxton Humphrey 82-85 — 167; Patrick Zimmer 85-84 — 169; Eli Caekaert 91-81 — 172.

Bozeman (318-314 — 632) — Connor Brown 79-74 — 153; Jack O’Donnell 83-72 — 155; Tyson Odden 77-82 — 159; Will Holloran 79-86 —n 165; Braydon Hall 95-87 — 182.

Great Falls CMR (329-308 — 637) — Easton Enott 75-74 — 149; Cole Stenzel 85-77 — 162; Duncan Hollar 82-82 — 164; Allen Rogers 90-75 — 165; Mark Solomon 87-82 — 169.

Billings Skyview (337-307 — 644) — Payton Stott 77-73 — 150; Gage Passon 83-76 — 159; Logan Martin 84-75 — 159); Nathan Rodecker 93-83 — 176; Sean Wilson 96-88 — 184.

Great Falls (322-326 — 648) — Cody Babinecz 79-74 — 153; Schafer Paladichuk 79-82 — 161; Keaton Sunchild 82-85 — 167; Tanner Thelen 82-85 — 167; Tyler Strickland 94-90 — 184.

Billings West JV (328-328 — 656) — Bryley Woods 88-76 — 164; Barron Edward 79-85 — 164; Austin Stauduhar 80-84 — 164; Parker Elliot 83-85 — 168; Riley Kaercher 86-83 — 169; Jacob Korf 96-79 — 175.

Billings Central (345-323 — 668) — Liam Clancy 80-77 — 157; Jackson Boos 85-79 — 164; Dylan Neutgens 87-84 — 171; Kaiden Caraveau 93-83 — 176; Samuel Berry 95-88 — 183.

Butte (345-325 — 670) — Trey Hoagland 85-77 — 162; Isaiah Weldon 83-84 — 167; Houston Green 90-79 — 169; Will Kilmer 87-85 — 172; Andy Kelly 98-89 — 187.

Billings Senior JV (358-323 — 681) — Adam Henneberry 81-76 — 157; Andrew Driscoll 88-88 — 176; Ty Torbert 96-81 — 177; Shane Bykonen 86-92 — 178; Warren Findon 95-96 — 191; Conner Keickbush 103-95 — 198; Hayden Peters 180-74 — 254.

Laurel (363-350 — 713) — Garrison Allen 82-78 — 160; Ian Novasio 93-88 — 181; Logan Allen 93-92 — 185; Andrew Day 95-93 — 188; Layne Willis 98-92 — 190.

Billings Skyview JV (376-357 — 733) — Jameson Willems 86-83 — 169; Braxton Patterson 89-86 — 175; Alex Hilario 90-89 — 179; Chase Waters 111-99 — 210; Chase Comes At Night 128-131 — 259; Tyler Gasser 180-119 — 299.

Girls

Team scores — Billings Senior 370-356—726, Great Falls 392-334—726, Billings West 373-357—730, Bozeman 388-351—739, Great Falls CMR 404-365—769, Butte 414-356—770, Laurel 409-392—801, Billings Skyview 421-412—833.

Top 10 – Kortney McNeil, Senior, 81-74—155*; Shaelyn Hafer, Butte, 81-74—155; Hannah Zwemke, West, 81-77—158; Mike’la Atkinson, West, 86-76-162; Morgan O’Neil, Laurel, 84-78—162; Hayden Flohr, West, 82-85—167; Bridget Beyer, Bozeman, 92-79—171; Hailey Ogolin, Butte, 90-81—171; Catrina Babinecz, Great Falls, 94-82—176; Emma Dyre, Senior, 84-93—177.

* — won scorecard playoff

Billings Senior (726) – Kortney McNeil 81-74—155; Emma Dyre 84-93—177; Allie Bofto 96-100—196; Abbie Mohr 109-89—198; Jalen Wagner 118-104—222.

Great Falls (726) – Catrina Babinecz 94-82—176; Abigail Davidson 96-84—180; Casey Babinecz 104-78—182; Kayla Slavik 98-100—198; Renae Hiesler 112-90—202.

Billings West (730) – Hannah Zwemke 81-77—158; Mike’la Atkinson 86-76—162; Hayden Flohr 82-85—167; Peyton Kimmel 124-119—243; Hillary Smith 180-180—360.

Bozeman (739) – Bridget Beyer 92-79—171; Emily Moran 96-92—188; Hannah Rosanova 96-93—189; Kameryn Basye 106-87—193; Meggie Delaney 104-100—204.

Great Falls CMR (769) – Rylie Carmichael 91-87—178; Savanna Voyles 98-89—187; Addison Beagles 107-90-197; Toni Calloway 108-103—211; Gillian Kitchell 115-99—214.

Butte (770) – Shaelyn Hafer 81-74—155; Hailey Ogolin 90-81—171; Lexi Williams 120-88—208; Sadie Starcevich 127-113—240; Ashton McCloskey 123-120—243.

Laurel (801) – Morgan O’Neil 84-78—162; Madi Tucker 103-93—196; Kallie Linse 116-104—220; April Wheeler 106-117—223.

Billings Skyview (833) – Delaney Schmidt 105-95—200; Angela King 106-95—201; Madison Bartleson 100-110—210; Emma Tolzien 110-112—222;.

Billings West JV – Samantha McKay 128-117—245; Taylor Frideres 134-135—269.

Billings Central – Sophia Mascarena 113-107—220.

Billings Senior JV – Taryn Gutierrez 120-119—239; Sarah Qualls 131-124—255.


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