Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Moore finished top ten once again


September 7, 2017

With a couple very nice days this past week the Lady Longhorn Golfers got into action again but were able to play on their home course this time.

Last Tuesday, August 29, the Four Winds hosted their share of high school girls golfers with schools including Bridgeport, Sidney, Perkins County, Garden County as well as, of course, the home team Kimball. “The girls have done a tremendous job and have been improving each week. We are still working on our short game as that is the area that seems to add a large amount of strokes to our game. I am hoping we have at least one place in Mitchell and possibly two. If the girls continue to improve there should be no reason we don’t have some placings.” said Coach Katie Culek.

Lila Moore from Kimball finished the day in a three way tie for eighth place with a score of 120. Moore was the only Kimball Golfer to finish in the Top 10. Other ladies rounding out the Top 10 was Molly Lambert from Bridgeport with a score of 95 for first, following her was Kyla Brueggman from Perkins County with a score on the day of 100, Janay Brauer from Sidney came in third with a score of 101, Bridgeport took fourth and fifth in the Top 10 with Awni McGarth in fourth with a 104 and Kaeli McVicker with a 106 good enough for fifth, Peyton Woodmancy from Perkins County finished in sixth with 112, Garden County’s Kaylle Bell ended the day in seventh with 117, again our own Lila Moore finished in eighth with a tying score of 120, with Bridgeport’s Cassidy Coalson and Sidney’s Amanda Bier.

Kimball placed third with a total of 530 strokes compared to first place team, Bridgeport with 425 and second place, Sidney with 483.

Kimball Lady Golfers will head to Mitchell Today, Thursday, September 7, with play starting at 9 am.


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