Broken Bow Girls Golf Wins Class C State Championship

Broken Bow two day scorecard (click to enlarge)

The Broken Bow girls golf team are state champions!!

The Broken Bow girls golf team claimed the Class C State Championship on Tuesday at the Elks Country Club in Columbus.  Broken Bow posted an opening round team score of 369 on Monday and then bettered that by shooting a 363 on Tuesday.  Broken Bow’s two day total of 732 was more than 40 shots better than second place Lincoln Christian’s two day total of 778.  The Lady Indians had two state medalists as Madison Jackson and Emery Custer each finished in the top 15.  Jackson was 11th with a two day total 173 (84/89) and Emery Custer was 12th with a two day total 174 (90/84).  Camryn Johnson finished 18th overall with a two day total 185 (94/91).  Rounding out the Broken Bow scoring was Graycee Oeltjen with a 201 (101/100) and Avery Campbell with a 206 (107/99)

Coach Kelly Cooksley told KCNI/KBBN sports that it has been a great journey and the team has a lot to be thankful for.

The Class C individual champion was Abigail Broderson of Boone Central with a low tournament score of 155.  Defending champion Lynzi Becker of Cozad placed second with a 157.

It is worth noting that Broken Bow lost to only two teams this season and that was at the Lexington Invite where they placed behind North Platte and Scottsbluff.  North Platte claimed the Class A title on Tuesday and Scottsbluff took home the Class B title.

Listen to our interview with the state champs below:

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