Parkston boys finish third at Madison Invitational golf tournament

Payton Koehn and Quinn Bormann led the way for Trojans

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MADISON — A strong performance from Parkston's Payton Koehn and Quinn Bormann helped the Parkston Trojans to a third-place finish Tuesday at the Madison Invitational boys golf tournament.

Koehn shot a round of 79, good for a tie for third place among 83 individuals at the Madison Country Club, while teammate Quinn Bormann shot an 81 to finish in sixth place individually.

Tea Area's Keeton Newborg shot a 5-over-par round of 76 to earn medalist honors, two shots ahead of Eric Munson, who fired a 78. The Titans won the team competition with a score of 328, followed by West Central's team score of 343 and Parkston in third with 349 strokes.

Winner finished sixth as a team with a score of 386, led by Karson Keiser, who carded an 87, good for a tie for 11th individually. Chamberlain was 11th with 408 team strokes, but Dakota Munger's round of 85 was ninth individually.

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