Broken Bow Begins Play at State Tournament Today

The Broken Bow girls golf team will begin defense of their Class C state team championship today as they compete at the NSAA Class C girls golf state championships to be played at Elks Country Club in Columbus. Broken Bow has enjoyed great success at Elks Country Club having won the last two state championship tournaments that have been played there in 2020 and 2021. The Lady Indians will look to make it three in a row this year. It has been another outstanding season for the Broken Bow girls golf team winning a conference and district championship again this season as well as placing first in several other tournaments. Broken Bow girls golf head coach Kelly Cooksley visited with KCNI/KBBN sports during halftime of Friday night’s Broken Bow / Minden football game and said this year’s team is a very confident group.


All five Broken Bow golfers will tee off this morning on hole #1 and will open on the front nine.  Skylar Benjamin will be the first to tee off.  Benjamin will be in the third group to go off the tee box this morning at 9:18.  Broken Bow will be represented in four of the last five groups to tee off today.  Lainey Palmer will tee off at 10:30, Molly Custer will tee off at 10:39, Taylor Schaaf will tee off at 10:48, and Camryn Johnson will be in the final group to tee off hole #1 at 11:06.

Central Nebraska’s Sports Source will be reporting live from the two day state tournament with hourly reports airing on KBBN 95.3 FM and beginning at 11 a.m.