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RPAC Girls Golf Results as of 10/8



RPAC golfers wrapped up their seasons this week as they competed in the C-5 District meet in Ogallala and the C-4 District meet in Grand Island with GICC playing host.


The C-4 District meet that was scheduled for Tuesday was moved to Wednesday due to weather that was moving into the area. Cambridge was competing at this meet in Grand Island.


Team Scores:

  1. Broken Bow: 344

  2. Minden: 246

  3. GICC: 393

  4. Holdrege: 401

  5. Kearney Catholic: 426

  6. Gothenburg: 449

  7. Cozad: 492

  8. Burwell: 540

  9. Gibbon: 566

Camryn Johnson of Broken Bow won the meet with a score of 77.


Head coach for the Trojans, Lyle Calvert said that the C-4 district has a history of being tough and it wasn't any different this year, "This has been the strongest district in the state for at least the last 4 years-Broken Bow: 3-time defending state champions, Minden: state runners-up last season with the whole team returning."


Emma Rasmussen shot a 113 to end the day where she fought through adversity the whole day as she struggled off the tee which put her ball in tough places to score. Coach Calvert had this to say about Rasmussen's day and her high school career, "I was very proud of her resilience to never give up. In the end, she did not make the cut. Emma is a special young woman. She has proven herself as one of the toughest athletes I have ever coached. Her ability to make the most of anything that is thrown at her is unmatched. She will be missed very much."


Mileeya Monter shot 114 on the day and posted her best score of the season. Coach Calvert said she chose great targets and limited her penalty strokes to two on the day. Hailey Evans had a huge improvement on the course from earlier in the season as she scored 129 for the district meet.


Coach Calvert is looking for Monter's performance to carry her into her senior year and for Evans to grow more and more competitive. "I’m looking forward to continuing to work with both Mileeya and Hailey," said Calvert.


At the C-5 District meet was Dundy County Stratton and Southwest. It was a sunny day but very windy which had a significant impact on all the golfers.


Team Scores:

  1. Valentine: 395

  2. Ogallala: 405

  3. Perkins County: 414

  4. Chadron: 424

  5. Hershey: 434

  6. North Platte St. Pats: 474

  7. Bridgeport: 495

  8. Kimball: 511

  9. Southwest: 517

  10. Bayard: 522

  11. Mullen: 536

Kaetryn Bancroft of Valentine won the district with a score of 84.


Kennedy Bailey shot a108 for Dundy County Stratton to wrap up a strong season.


Elizabeth Townsend led Southwest with a score of 115. Ella Cure and Abigail Sedlacek both shot 129, a personal best for both girls, Riley Cure scored 144, and Madelyn Tryon shot 156. Head coach Dennis Hengen said, "I really appreciate the effort put in by the girls this year. From the first meet till now they have improved I am really proud of them and am looking forward to next year."

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