The Broken Bow girls golf team claimed its first Southwest Conference team championship in school history Thursday at the Cozad Country Club. They also did it in record setting fashion as Broken Bow set a new school record with a team score of 346. The previous record was a 350. The individual champion was Lynzi Becker of Cozad who shot a 76 on her home course. Broken Bow’s Madison Jackson was runner-up posting an 81. The Lady Indians had five golfers place in the top 15. Camryn Johnson placed 4th with an 84, Graycee Oeltjen was 5th with a 90, Avery Campbell was 6th with a 91 and Emery Custer placed 11th with a 96. Josceyln Coleman also competed and shot a 103. Next up for Broken Bow will be the C-4 district meet which will take place October 6th at the Indianhead Golf Course in Grand Island. The top 3 teams and top ten individuals will qualify for the state meet October 12th and 13th in Columbus.
For the 1st time in school history the Broken Bow Lady Indians are SWC Champions!!! We did it break the school record of 350 with a 346!! We also broke the 9 hole !! Emery Custer 11th, Avery Campbell 6th, Graycee Oeltjen 5th, Camryn Johnson 4th, Madison Jackson 2nd! #nebpreps pic.twitter.com/XgWF4lqq4r
— Broken Bow Girls Golf (@BOWGIRLSGOLF) October 1, 2020