The Broken Bow girls golf team is headed back to the state tournament. Broken Bow will return to state with the opportunity to defend their Class C team state championship which they won for the first time last year. This will be Broken Bow’s ninth trip to the NSAA girls golf state championships. The Lady Indians secured a spot in next week’s Class C state tournament by winning the district team title at Monday’s C4 district meet held at the Holdrege Country Club. The top three teams from the district meet automatically qualified for state. Broken Bow shot a team low 372. Cozad was second with a 395 and GICC finished third with a 412. Broken Bow placed three golfers in the top ten of the district. Camryn Johnson placed 3rd with an 86, Emery Custer was 4th with a 91, and Molly Custer placed 7th with a 94. The district individual champion was Angela Messere of Grand Island Central Catholic with a low round of 81 and Lynzi Becker of Cozad was the district runner-up with an 83. Broken Bow’s Lainey Palmer and Taylor Schaaf finished tied for 12th and 13th with a 101.
The Class C girls state golf championships will take place at the Elks Country Club in Columbus on Monday (10/11) and Tuesday (10/12). Central Nebraska’s Sports Source will be there to follow the Broken Bow team around the course and provide live updates on KBBN 95.3 FM and kbbn.com
Tough track today in Holdrege but found a way to get it done ! District Champions , headed to state for the 9th time in school history! @its_cam_bam shoots 86 gets 3rd, @CusterEmery 91 4th, @custer_molly 94 7th #nebpreps #RunItBack pic.twitter.com/6qJ9aTOiUk
— Broken Bow Girls Golf (@BOWGIRLSGOLF) October 4, 2021