Girls Class C State Golf Day Two – Broken Bow Wins State Title for 2nd Straight Year

The Broken Bow girls golf team is the Class C state champion AGAIN!  After trailing Columbus Scotus by five shots after day one, Broken Bow responded in a big way improving their team score by 29 shots on day two to come back and win their 2nd straight Class C title.  Broken Bow made it happen on the back nine.  The Lady Indians shot a blistering 168 on the back nine compared to Scotus’ 195.  Broken Bow would end with a two day total of 719.  Columbus Scotus was runner up with a 745 and Lincoln Lutheran was third with a 775.  All five Broken Bow golfers improved their score in round two.  After shooting an 88 on Monday, Emery Custer shot an 82 on Tuesday and finished as the 7th place medalist at the state tournament.  Camryn Johnson followed an 89 on Monday with an 86 on Tuesday to finish 9th overall.  Freshman Molly Custer shot a 92 on Monday and followed that with an 88 on Tuesday to finish in the top 15 and receive the 12th place medal.  Making the biggest improvement during the two days were Lainey Palmer and Taylor Schaaf.  After shooting a 105 on Monday, Palmer shot a personal best Tuesday finishing with an 89 and Schaaf improved by 12 strokes shooting a 101 in round two after a 113 in round one.   Cecilia Arndt of Columbus Scotus was the individual champion with a two day total of 157 which was three shots better than Lynzi Becker of Cozad who finished as the state runner-up.

Congratulations Lady Indians!  State champions in 2020 and now 2021!


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