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Bormann, Parkston win Dell Rapids Invite

DELL RAPIDS--Sydney Bormann carded a 73 to help the Parkston girls golf team win the Dell Rapids Invite on Tuesday in Dell Rapids. The Trojans finished with a team score of 343, while Vermillion took second with a 387. Bormann won the individual ...

DELL RAPIDS-Sydney Bormann carded a 73 to help the Parkston girls golf team win the Dell Rapids Invite on Tuesday in Dell Rapids.

The Trojans finished with a team score of 343, while Vermillion took second with a 387.

Bormann won the individual title by seven strokes as Vermillion's Kyleigh Moran took second with an 80.

Parkston's Sydney Weber and Jayden Bormann each tied for fourth, shooting rounds of 87. Jadee Matheis finished in 13th with a 96 and Tylee Neugebauer rounded out the team score with a 100.

McCook Central/Montrose's Kayla Mentele carded a 101 at the 12-team event.

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Dell Rapids Invite

Tuesday in Dell Rapids

Team scores: 1. Parkston, 343; 2. Vermillion, 387; 3. Canton, 389; 4. West Central, 389; 5. Madison, 408; 6. Dell Rapids, 476; 7. Tea, 489

Individual results (top 15)

1. Sydney Borman, Parkston, 73; 2. Kyleigh Moran, Vermillion, 80; 3. Kate Wynja, SF Christian, 81; T4. Sydney Weber, Parkston, 87; T4. Samantha Langford, Madison, 87; T4. Jayden Bormann, Parkston, 87; T7. Alexa From, West Central, 90; T7. Brooke Ehlers, Canton, 90; 9. Lauryn Driscoll, West Central, 91; T10. Sydney Gustaf, Madison, 95; T10. Megan Hinker, Lennox, 95; T10. Kennedy Fossum, Canton, 95; 13. Jadee Matheis, Parkston, 96; 14. Allison Odens, Vermillion, 97; 15. Ashley Lamfers, SF Christian, 98

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