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Mitchell duo edged by one stroke at SDGA two-man championships

RAPID CITY--The two-day South Dakota Golf Association two-man championship was decided by one stroke on Sunday. Rapid City's Ryan and TJ Nolan shot par on Hole No. 18 to finish with a two-day score of 132, fending off Mitchell's Brandon Sigmund a...

RAPID CITY-The two-day South Dakota Golf Association two-man championship was decided by one stroke on Sunday.

Rapid City's Ryan and TJ Nolan shot par on Hole No. 18 to finish with a two-day score of 132, fending off Mitchell's Brandon Sigmund and Jeff Meyerink. Both pairs shot a 67 on Day 2, but the Nolan's edged Sigmund and Meyerink 65-66 on the first day.

Mitchell duo David Backlund and Josh Hartman shot a 139 to finish in a tie for eighth. Dakota Wesleyan University's Cade Carpenter, of Mitchell, and Justice Morrison, of Norris, shot a 142 to finish 21st.

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