Blue Devil Girls Golf Takes Sixth During Battle Creek Invite

BATTLE CREEK – Following a seventh-place finish over the weekend in Pierce, the Wayne High girls golf team was back on the course Monday morning during the Battle Creek Invitational.

As a team Wayne High shot a 468, placing sixth out of nine scoring teams. 11 schools were represented in all.

Taylor French shot the WHS low score of the day, with a 105 on the 18-hole course to finish 15th. Hana Nelsen shot a 110, followed by Natalie Bentjen (125), Kecia Schenk (128) and Liz Junck (133).

West Holt was the overall champion, shooting a 394 to hold off Norfolk Catholic who took second with a 409. Hartington Cedar Catholic finished third with a 425, O’Neill placed fourth with a 441 and Battle Creek rounded out the top five teams with a 446.

Wayne High (sixth – 468), West Point-Beemer (seventh – 507), Plainview (eighth – 548) and Crofton (ninth – 605) while Norfolk High took 10th (1354) and Battle Creek JV placed 11th (2326) for partial scores.

Cassidy Ulrich blew the competition away with her 77. The next score was a 92 between Chelsey Reifert (Norfolk Catholic), Claire Everitt (O’Neill) and Nikki Gotschall (O’Neil).

Girls Golf Invite

The Wayne High girls golf team is back in action this Saturday, September 16 for the Boone Central/Newman Grove Invitational from the Albion Country Club. Tee time set for 10 a.m. WHS also had an invitational in Hartington rescheduled from Thursday to Monday, September 25.

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