Parkston’s Bormann leads girls' golf team to titleHOT SPRINGS — Parkston eighth-grader Sydney Bormann knocked down an 8-foot putt in extra holes to claim her first golfing championship Tuesday at the Class A state meet in Hot Springs.
By: Sports staff , The Daily Republic
HOT SPRINGS — Parkston eighth-grader Sydney Bormann knocked down an 8-foot putt in extra holes to claim her first golfing championship Tuesday at the Class A state meet in Hot Springs.
She won the title after beating two Hot Springs opponents in one playoff hole, and Parkston claimed the team championship by 18 strokes over Hot Springs.
“What a great day for us,” said Parkston coach Eric Norden, whose team finished with a 651.
All three golfers in the playoff finished with a two-day score of 153. Bormann recorded a par the playoff hole and Hot Springs Cassidy Vollmer and Schuyler Wetzel each bogeyed.
“Sydney has worked hard all year long,” Norden said. “We’re ecstatic for her.”
Parkston’s Jordan Bormann finished fifth with a 160, Logan Wagner carded a 168 for a 10th-place finish, Sydney Weber took 11th with a 171 and Taylor Bormann was 21st with a 186. For full results, see Page B2.
None of the five golfers for Parkston High School’s state title this year were seniors.
“Next year coming back, we’ll still have our entire team, so we’re hoping for another championship,” said Sydney Bormann, who carded a 77 on the first day of the tournament and a 76 on Tuesday. She started her round Tuesday with a birdie.
She admitted she was nervous once the tournament went to extra holes.
“There was a large gallery following us,” she said. “But at that time, you have to play your own game.”
Norden called Bormann’s putt in the playoff a “clutch moment.” He said all of her shots on the final hole were good golf shots. After Bormann knocked down her putt, Vollmer missed a 2-foot putt that would have extended the playoff.
“I thought she was going to make it,” Sydney Bormann said. “It just lipped. My teammates all came running toward me and we all hugged.”
This is Parkston’s first state girls’ golf championship since 2009. Each of the past two years, the Trojans were state runners-up.
“I was really excited for our team,” said Jordan Bormann, who was an all-tournament team selection with Sydney Bormann. “I was especially proud of Syndey. She put in a lot of time and she really deserved it.
“I think our goal next year will be to win another championship because we have everyone back. If we keep working, that’s definitely within our reach.”
Class A state girls’ golf tournament
Tuesday at Southern Hills Golf Course, Hot Springs
1. Parkston 651, 2. Hot Springs 669 (won playoff), 3. Spearfish 669, 4. Sioux Falls Christian 692, 5. Vermillion 772, 6. Dell Rapids 780, 7. Canton 796, 8. Mobridge-Pollock 801, 9. Lead-Deadwood 820, 10. Harrisburg 827, 11. Aberdeen Roncalli 839, 12. Madison 847, 13. Wagner 857, 14. Milbank 867, 15. Chamberlain 892
153—Sydney Bormann, Parkston (Won playoff on first hole); Cassidy Vollmer, Hot Springs; Schuyler, Wetzel, Hot Springs; 154—Haley Decker, Spearfish; 160—Jordan Bormann, Parkston; Abby Perrenoud, S.F. Christian; 166—Megan Dunn, Spearfish; 167—Mikaela Theobold, S.F. Christian; 168—Liz Day, Belle Fourche; Logan Wagner, Parkston; 171—Sydney Weber, Parkston; Nellie Enderby, Spearfish; 174—Shyler Funck, Dakota Valley; 175—Aspen Watts, Hot Springs; 178—Tiarra Little, Red Cloud; Brianna Grout, Spearfish; 181—Alexa From, West Central; 182—Mikayla Christensen, S.F. Christian; 183—Kiersten Warkenthein, S.F. Christian; 185—Kelly Amundson, Vermillion; 186—Taylor Bormann, Parkston; Devon Brecke, Wagner; Michelle McClellam, Mobridge-Pollock; 187—Elly Miller, Vermillion; Lexie Pierson, Dell Rapids; 188—Audrey Kieliszewski, S.F. Christian; 189—Sadie Swier, West Central; 190—Brianna Davis, Dell Rapids; Kyla Oster, Hot Springs; Kayla Kaltenbach, Canton; 191—Angie Ewert, West Central; 192—Lindsey Sorlie, Canton; Morgan Darner, Harrisburg; 193—Samantha Bot, Aberdeen Roncalli; 194—Chelsy Hoffman, Mobridge-Pollock; 195—Shelby Skinner, Madison; Allison Heine, Vermillion; 196—Mary High, Dakota Valley; Kayla Johnson, St. Thomas More; 197—Hannah Hammer, Dell Rapids; Melanie Nelson, Belle Fourche; 198—Mikayla Gallagher, Lead-Deadwood; 199—Molly O’Connell, Belle Fourche; 200—Allison Thielsen, Aberdeen Roncalli; 201—Taylor Steen, Harrisburg; Emily Dale, Mobridge-Pollock; 202—Ashley Hansen, Lead-Deadwood; 203—Brigitte Byrd, Chamberlain; 204—Jessica Christensen, Beresford; Hannah Zylstra, Canton; 205—Alyssa Hunt, Dakota Valley; Mackenzie Robson, Madison; Alexis Stevens, Lead-Deadwood; 206—Emily Haak, Dell Rapids; 208—Faith Heller, Aberdeen Roncalli; 209— Arial Swallow, Winner; Kate Brockevelt, Vermillion; 210—Amber Schuelke, Milbank; Shelby Winter, Canton; Kayla Stammer, Vermillion; 213—Jacqueline Juffer, Wagner; 214—Hannah Kidd, Lennox; Sara Moore, Chamberlain; 216—AustinSim, Harrisburg; 217—Amber Ault, Lead-Deadwood; Jillian Enderby, Spearfish; Kathleen Juffer, Wagner; 218—Megan Schliesman, Milbank; Audrey Souza, Milbank; Anna Oakerlund, Harrisburg; 219—Elena Toletti, Madison; 220—Miranda Eisemann, Mobridge-Pollock; 221—Jessica Dombusch, Milbank; Natalee Muhlenkort, Beresford; 223—Brea Dziuk, Sisseton; April Tomes, Dell Rapids; Maddie Colestock, Groton Area; 225—Tristen Scherr, Wagner; 226—Brittany Cihak, Bon Homme; 227—Kennedy Fossum, Canton; 228—Kayla Halbmaier, Custer; Sara Lemmer, Redfield/Doland; Libby Renbarger, Chamberlain; Sammi Lanford, Madison; Theresa Fox, Lead-Deadwood; 230—Brooke Schroeder, Winner; 234—Darin Quick Bear, St. Francis; 235—Courtney Hanson, Wagner; Leannah Vitalis, Red Cloud; 238—Brianna Weber, Aberdeen Roncalli; 239—Sydney Gustaf, Madison; 242—Nikki Koehler, Groton Area; Hayley Ceroll, Sisseton; Aundrea Kramer, Mobridge-Pollock; 243—McKenzie Jones, Sioux Valley; 246—Laci LaFromboise, Sisseton; 247—Taylor Watkins, Beresford; 248—Toria Byrd, Chamberlain; 249—Natalie Grunlund, Winner; 251—Logan Shroyer, Chamberlain; 264—Madison Brandeburge, Aberdeen Roncalli; 266—Katie Martinez, Custer; WD—Allie Oakley, Dakota Valley.