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Guthmiller, Guthrie win SDGA amateur titles

SIOUX FALLS -- Jace Guthmiller, of Yankton, and Karissa Guthrie, of Pierre, claimed the South Dakota Golf Association's amateur championships Sunday at Elmwood Golf Course. Both are first-time winners of the event.

SIOUX FALLS - Jace Guthmiller, of Yankton, and Karissa Guthrie, of Pierre, claimed the South Dakota Golf Association's amateur championships Sunday at Elmwood Golf Course. Both are first-time winners of the event.

Guthmiller, a golfer at the University of Nebraska, was powered by a 10-under-par 62 in the first round on Friday. He finished at 14-under-par (202) for the tournament, shooting 69 and 71, respectively on the weekend. He won by five strokes, defeating South Dakota State University golfer Alejandro Perazzo, who was 9-under for 54 holes. Jesse Talcott, the mid-amateur champion from earlier this year, was third at 8-under-par (208).

Mitchell's Jeff Meyerink was sixth overall, shooting a 4-under-par (212) score over three rounds, shooting 71-72-69 for the weekend. Dakota Wesleyan University golfer Russell Pick was eighth, finishing 3-under-par (213). He shot 67-73-73 for the weekend.

On the women's side, Guthrie, who golfs collegiately at Northern Michigan University, edged Sioux Falls' Julie Jansa with a round of 1-over-73 on Sunday and an overall score of 224. Jansa shot 74 on Sunday and finished at 225. Katie Bartlett, of Pierre, was third with a score of 226. Parkston golfer Sydney Bormann, who plays at SDSU, was tied for fourth with a score of 229, shooting 76-72-81 for the week.

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