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Hitchcock County Takes Runner-Up, RPAC Sends a Number of Individuals From the Tough D-4 District to State



On Monday Cambridge played host to the D-4 District Golf Invite at Cross Creek Golf Links. In Class D, this was by far one of the toughest districts as there were a number of great teams and individuals on the course. The top teams and golfers in the district performed at a high level. Of course, the top three teams qualify for state and then the top-10 individuals make it. Now, if there are ties for the 10th place finish, all of those athletes get to go to state.


The top team position did come down to a playoff between Hitchcock County and Loomis. It took just one hole to determine a winner between the two teams.




Let's check out the team results.


Team Results


  1. Loomis-348

  2. Hitchcock County-348

  3. Overton-352

  4. Southern Valley-371

  5. Southwest-372

  6. DCS-375

  7. Bertrand-383

  8. Arapahoe-396

  9. Wilcox-Hildreth-401

  10. Cambridge-421

  11. Elm Creek-430

  12. Pleasanton-470

  13. Medicine Valley-493

  14. Axtell-NTS

  15. MHC-NTS

  16. Wallace-NTS







Individual Scores


  1. Tyson Essex-Loomis-75

  2. Gavin Norris-Loomis-80

  3. Kamden Bose-Southern Valley-81

  4. Braden Fleischman-Overton-82

  5. Braxton Hammond-Southern Valley-85

  6. Brayden Melchert-Hitchcock County-85

  7. Jack Baker-Hitchcock County-85

  8. Ashton Parker-Johnson-Hitchcock County-86

  9. Colton Sedlacek-Southwest-86

  10. Ethan Morgan-Axtell-88, Micah Gerlach-Cambridge-88, Tyce Pate-Medicine Valley-88


Hitchcock County


Again, the Falcons are heading to state as a team shooting a 348. We mentioned that as a squad they were runner-ups, and competed in a team playoff for the title. With the Falcons getting the 6th-8th places locked up as Melchert took 6th with an 85, Baker an 85 and 7th, and Parker-Johnson an 8th place medal. This team will attempt to win a team title next week.










Southern Valley


The Eagles were hoping to qualify as a team, they finished 4th with a 352, but they did come away with a pair of medals and qualifiers. Kamden Bose and Braxton Hammond each are heading to state again, for the third time. Bose finished 3rd with an 81 and Hammond 5th with an 85.


Southwest


The Roughriders were another team that had a chance to get the whole squad down to North Platte for state, but finished 5th with a 372. They did get one qualifier as Colton Sedlacek finished 9th with an 86.








Dundy County Stratton


Dundy Coutny Stratton finished 6th as a team with a 375. Their top golfers for the day were Brodie Rogers at 19th with a 90 and Dante Horner a 91. Own Mathews finished 23 with a 92.


Bertrand


The Vikings placed 7th with a 383. Scott Bieker led the Vikings with an 89, which was good enough for 16th. JC Kehr shot a 92 and finished 24th. Quinten Mumm broke 100 with a 99 and a 31st place finish.



Arapahoe


Arapahoe finished 8th as a team with a 396. Rafe Hill finished 17th with an 89. Eli Shafer and Chris Hermes each shot 102's finishing 39th and 40th.


Cambridge


The Trojans finished 10th with a 421. Micah Gerlach will be heading to state with a 10th place finish and an 88. Brohdey Wood shot a 105 and finished 44th. Maverick Webb shot a 110 and finished 50th.








Medicine Valley


The Raiders finished 13th as a team with a 493. Tyce Pate was excellent for the Raiders with a 10th place finish and an 88. So Pate will be heading to state with that nice performance. Kevin Bantam shot a 114 and finished 55th





Maywood-Hayes Center


Maywood-Hayes Center did not accumulate a team score as they competed with three golfers. Hunter Koetter finished 51st with a 111. Landen Litrell shot a 117 and finished 58th.


Wallace


Wallace did not have enough golfers to get a team score. But Micah Garrison finished 38th with a 102. Tyson Sullivan finished 49th with a 109.



Also on the day, Alma competed in the C-5 District at Lakeside Country Club, Johnson Lake, and William VanBoening placed 9th with an 82 and qualified for State. Paxton was at the D-5 District and according to the NSAA, no qualifiers were on the site for the Tigers.



The NSAA Golf Tournament will take place on Tuesday, May 21st and Wednesday, May 22nd. Class A is at the Norfolk Country Club, Class B is at the Scotts Bluff Country Club, Class C is at Elk Country Club in Columbus, and Class D is at Lake Maloney Golf Club in North Platte.





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