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Records set Thursday at Kearney Catholic golf invite

Records set Thursday at Kearney Catholic golf invite

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Taylor McGuire shot a 98 at Thursday's Kearney Catholic golf invitational at Meadowlark Golf Course in Kearney.

KEARNEY — Kearney Catholic finished third at its own invitational Thursday at Meadowlark Hills Golf Course.

It was a record-setting day, especially for defending Class C champion Broken Bow, which shot a 340 team score to break the school record by five strokes.

In addition, Emery Custer set a school record for an individual low score by shooting 76 and taking medalist honors.

Grand Island Central Catholic finished second with a 378 team score while Kearney Catholic posted a 385.

“We played pretty good across the board. I told the girls our goal this year was to shoot under 400 and go from there, and they shattered that goal today,” KCHS coach Stuart Moore said.

Madie Waggoner led the Stars, shooting a personal-best 87 to finish seventh.

Taylor McGuire and Madi Haskett followed with 98s, placing 11th and 12th, and Sofia Hayes shot a 102.

“If we shoot 385, we’re going to compete in a lot of events,” Moore said.

Kearney Catholic will host Cozad in a dual meet Tuesday at Meadowlark Hills before playing at the Grand Island Central Cahtolic Invitational at Indianhead Golf Course on Thursday.


Team Scores — 1, Broken Bow 340. 2, Grand Island Central Catholic 378. 3, Kearney Catholic 385. 4, Superior 411. 5, Cozad 427. 6, Gothenburg 469. 7, St. Paul 476. 8, Arcadia/Loup City 476. 9, Doniphan-Trumbull 494.

Top 15 Individuals — 1, Emery Custer, BB, 76. 2, Angela Messere, GICC, 80. 3, Camryn Johnson, BB, 82. 4, Sarah McKeon, Ravenna, 83. 5, Lynzi Becker, COZ, 86. 6, Molly Custer, BB, 87. 7, Madie Waggoner, KC, 87. 8, Lainey Palmer, BB, 95. 9, Madeline Logue, GICC, 95. 10, Ellarey Harm, G, 96. 11, Taylor McGuire, KC, 98. 12, Madi Haskett, KC, 98. 13, Kennedy Garcia, BB, 98. 14, Haley Blackstone, SUP, 98. 15, Taylor Schaaf, BB, 99.


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