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Area golf roundup: Tigers excel at home invite

HOWARD--The Howard golf teams shined at its nine-hole home invite on Monday. Led by six top-five finishes between the boys and girls team, the Tigers shot a 143 to top the girls standings by 12 strokes and finished second in the boys standings wi...

HOWARD-The Howard golf teams shined at its nine-hole home invite on Monday. Led by six top-five finishes between the boys and girls team, the Tigers shot a 143 to top the girls standings by 12 strokes and finished second in the boys standings with a 118.

Chester Area (115) won the boys, while the Bridgewater-Emery girls shot a 155 to take third.

Howard's Ethan Cross (37) aced Hole No. 9 to finish third, while teammate Lane Hodges carded a 39 to tie for fourth. Chase McDonald, of Chester Area, won with 33 strokes. Freeman's Tryg Aanenson took second with a 36.

On the girls side, Howard had four of the top-five finishers. Piper Thompson (44) won, while Kenedy Koepsell (49) placed third, Trinity Palmquist (50) took fourth and Katelyn Feldhaus (51) finished fifth. Bridgewater-Emery's Darby Hurd shot a 46 to finish second.

Two Trojans earn top-10 finish

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WEST CENTRAL-The Parkston girls golf team was one of four teams to record fewer than 400 strokes at the West Central Invite as it placed fourth with a 386. McCook Central/Montrose (418) and Chamberlain (452) placed sixth and eighth, respectively.

West Central won its home meet (373), with Lauryn Driscoll (83) also topping the individual standings. Parkston's Ellie Weidenbach (87) paced the Trojans in a tie for third, and Dani Norden (94) tied for seventh. MCM's Maggie Miles and Wagner's Caitlyn Stimpson both shot a 95 to tie for 10th.

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