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(Neb.)-Chadron golfers fourth after one round (Updated 4:38 pm)

By: Andrew Lacy Posted at: 10/09/2012 10:20 AM
UPDATE (4:38 PM): All of Chadron's golfers have finished their rounds. Taylor Strotheide was six strokes better than yesterday, finishing with a 100 for a total of 206 for two rounds. Kelli Haynes was just one shot worse than yesterday, shooting 88 for a total score of 175.

Chadron finishes in fourth place with a team score of 400 for the day, 794 total. Haynes finishes as the fifth place individual.

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UPDATE (3:00 PM): With three of their five golfers in the clubhouse, Chadron has fallen to fifth in the team standings.

Cali Crile finished her second round with a 103 (two day total of 204), Kortney Hageman shot a 109 (209), and Haleigh Shuck shaved five strokes off her first round score for a 112 (229)

Through 13 holes, Kelli Haynes had a 65 for the day and sat in fifth place among individuals. Taylor Strotheide had a 75 through 13.

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The Chadron girls golf team sat in fourth place after the first round of the state golf tournament at Quail Run in Columbus Monday with a team score of 394.

Kelli Haynes was fourth among individuals with a first round 87, five shots behind leader McKenna Kime of Grand Island Central Catholic.

Kortney Hageman posted a 100 for the Lady Cardinals after shooting a solid 46 on the front nine, but struggling to a 54 on the back. Cali Crile had another good round, finishing at 101. Taylor Strotheide shot a 106 and Haleigh Shuck signed for a 117.

Head Coach Curt Holmquist said the weather could play a major role today, with temperatures almost 20 degrees colder than yesterday and north winds, which Holmquist said is a bad direction for the course.

Scoring updates can be found on the NSAA's website here.


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