High School Golf-Monday, May 19

State Championship Golf Competition is today and tomorrow.
Class 4 at Dalhousie in Cape Girardeau...
Brad Carpenter of Washington and Joshua O'Hearn of Timberland are tied for the individual lead after the first round at -1 after both shot a 71 today.
Matt Hoemann finished +17 with an 89, tied for 71st.
Eric Hasenjaeger carded a 94 +22. He is tied for 86th.

Class 3 at Fremont Hills Country Club in Nixa...
Ethan Luecke of Warrenton is tied for third after shooting a three over par 74 in the first round.
Zane West-Derby of Owensville was nine over after carding an 80. He's in a tie for 16th.
Gavin Yociss of Sullivan is tied for 39th, +14 with an 85
Andrew McClure of Borgia is tied for 64th after finishing with an 88 +17
Colin Hayes of St. James is in 92nd place with a 109.

Class 2 at Silo Ridge in Bolivar...
Collin Hart of Hermann is tied for 16th at +10 after finishing the day with an 82.
Ross Henson of Hermann was +13 with an 85. He's tied for 33rd.

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