The Broken Bow Lady Indians golf team put together a great performance in the final round of the Class C girls state golf championships at Lake Maloney Golf Club in North Platte on Tuesday. After shooting a team total 404 on Monday, Broken Bow responded with a 377 Tuesday which was the best one day score of the tournament bettering team champion Lincoln Lutheran who shot a team total 378 on Monday. Bow’s impressive performance in the final round helped them finish 5th overall in the team standings just 5 shots out of third and ten shots out of the runner-up spot. Lincoln Lutheran was the team champion with a two day total of 765 followed by Lincoln Christian in second (771), Cambridge and Kearney Catholic tied for 3rd (776) and Broken Bow was fifth (781).
Lynzi Becker of Cozad, who shot an opening round 80 and was two shots behind the leader after Monday, carded the low round of the tournament Tuesday with a 4 over par 76 which vaulted her to the gold medal with a two day total of 156. Broken Bow’s Madison Jackson placed in the top ten of the state finishing tied for 7th. Jackson shot a 90 on Monday followed by an 83 in the final round for a two day total of 173.
Here are the rest of the Broken Bow scores: Avery Campbell – 101 (Rd 1), 101 (Rd 2) ; Joscelyn Coleman – 107 (Rd 1), 94 (Rd 2) ; Graycee Oeltjen – 115 (Rd 1), 99 (Rd 2) ; Emery Custer – 106 (Rd 1), 101 (Rd 2)
Broken Bow girls golf coach Kelly Cooksley after the tournament