The State Golf Championships have wrapped up at four area courses across the state this afternoon.
Here are the final results from Classes B, C, and D.
Class B- Columbus
The Scottsbluff Bearcats finished in 4th place in the overall team standings shooting a two day score of 667.
Josh Wilson went 80-81 to post a 161 and finish T-15 at 17 over par for the tournament.
Vince Quijas backed up his opening round 85 with a six shot improvement, he posted a day two score of 79 to shoot +20 and finish T-23.
Sidney finished in 7th place overall at +113 (689).
York was the Class B state champion, finishing at +56 (632).
Scottsbluff individual breakdown:
T-15. Josh Wilson 80-81, to finish +17 (161)
T-23. Vince Quijas 85-79, to finish +20 (164)
27. Sam McCaslin 85-50, to finish +21 (165)
46. Gavin Howell 88-89, to finish +33 (177)
T-69. Noah Bruner 93-107, to finish +56 (200)
Class C – Kearney
Bridgeport’s Eric Stevens entered his final round with a shot to win the state title but he came up just a little bit short.
Still an excellent two day showing for the Bulldogs senior, who finished in a tie for 3rd place with a two day score of +8 (150). Stevens finished yesterday with an even par round of 70.
Today he finished at 8 over par and ended five shots off the pace set by champion, Chase Largen, of Creighton.
In the team standings the Kimball Longhorns finished 4th overall with a two day combined score of +87 (655). The team champ was Grand Island Central Catholic at +69 (637).
Kimball’s duo of Andrew McCloud and Dillon Wise each finished in a tie for 11th place. McCloud went 78-80 to finish +16 while Wise ripped it up on day two, shooting a +1, 72 today, after a opening 86 on Tuesday.
Bridgeport finished in 14th place.
Class D – North Platte
West Holt was the team champion at +63 (639).
Garden County was the lone full squad from the region in action, the Eagles wound up in 15th place shooting +248.
Other individual finishes:
T-12. Koby Walker, Mullen, 89-76 (165)
T-55. Hunter Craig, Morrill, 94-101 (195)
T-61. Nicholas Presson, Crawford, 102-99 (201)
72. Trevor Morava, Crawford, 114-94 (208)