Broken Bow will be the team leader going into day two of the NSAA Class C girls golf state championships being played at Elks Country Club in Columbus. Broken Bow opened the tournament with an opening round team score of 348 which is currently 16 shots better than Minden who is in second after an opening day score of 364. Columbus Scotus is third after day one with a 379 which is just two shots ahead of Adams Central who is fourth with a 381. Broken Bow was led by Camryn Johnson who shot an opening round 79. Johnson shot an even par 36 on the front nine highlighted by birdies on holes 2 and 7 then followed that with a 43 on the back nine. Johnson is currently second on the individual leaderboard nine shots behind Olivia Lovegrove of Lincoln Christian who shot a low opening round of 2 under par 70. Molly Custer shot an 85 which is tied for 7th individually after day one. Custer started the round 8 over par on the first five holes but then followed with five consecutive pars to get things turned around finishing with a 44 on the front nine followed by an impressive 41 on the back. Taylor Schaaf shot a 90 which is tied for 17th after day one. Schaaf shot 44 on the front nine and 46 on the back. Lainey Palmer finished with a 94. Palmer had a great opening nine holes finishing with a 42 on the front nine but then followed with a 52 on the back. Skylar Benjamin rounded out the Broken Bow scoring with a 97 finishing with a 48 on the front nine and 49 on the back.
Here are the tee times for Broken Bow golfers on Tuesday (all will tee off Hole #1):
Skylar Benjamin – 9:36
Lainey Palmer – 10:12
Taylor Schaaf – 10:39
Molly Custer – 11:06
Camryn Johnson – 11:24
Central Nebraska’s Sports Source will provide live coverage of the final round of the Class C state girls golf tournament with hourly updates airing on KBBN 95.3 FM and kbbn.com beginning at 11 a.m.
Broken Bow’s Day One Scorecard