Kimball sweeps two meets in one

Kimball's Brooke Hager

The girls golf season got into full swing Thursday for the Bayard Tigers and some other area schools as the Tigers hosted an invitational. The meet also doubled as the Western Trails Conference Invite.

The Kimball Longhorns finished on top in both. The Longhorns' total of 461 was one stroke better than Bridgeport. Perkins County finished third in the Bayard Invite standings while the Scottsbluff junior varsity finished fourth.

There were individuals from Mitchell, and Gordon-Rushville that competed in the meets, but neither school fielded enough golfers for a team score.

Brooke Hager of Kimball turned in the days best scored with a 91. Emily Snyder of Mitchell was second with a 95. Champion Kimball placed Brianna Jones third with a 106. Bridgeport's Kim Mueller was fourth with a 109. Teammate Breanne Franklin was next with a 111.

Jocelyn Brunner of Scottsbluff was sixth in the Bayard Invite with a 114. Tessa Douglas of Bayard tied for sixth in the WTC field with Cassidy Mitchell of Bridgeport and was seventh in the Bayard Invite with a 115.

Maggie Brunmeier of Bayard, Tessa Hardin of Gordon-Rushville and Hannah Walker of Kimball rounded out the top ten in the WTC Tournament.

Rounding out the Bayard Invitational top ten was Amanda Reichert of Perkins County and Rachel Hancock of Scottsbluff.

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