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STATE GOLF: Area golfers wrap up state tournaments

SoMo Sports staff reports

Missouri state golf action concluded on Tuesday, with several local golfers wrapping up their play in the second of the two-day tournaments. Below is a roundup of all the local student-athletes in action.


CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — Joplin’s Hobbs Campbell finished in a tie for 62nd after scoring a second-round 84 to total 167 at Dalhousie Golf Club. Harry Satterlee was disqualified upon completion of his second round of play.

Rockhurst’s Will King shot a 69-72—141 and Staley’s Bryson Oots scored a 70-71—141 to tie for first place in the individual standings. Chaminade’s John Guerra took third with a 73-71—144.

Rockhurst won the team championship by 15 strikes over Priory with a 295-300—595.


NEW BLOOMFIELD, Mo. — In Class 4 action, Carl Junction’s Jack Spencer earned all-state honors after finishing in a tie for seventh place after matching his Day 1 score with a second-round 76 to shoot a 152 at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club. 

Neosho’s Xander Woodward carded a 79 in the second round to total 164 and finish in a tie for 32nd.

Webb City’s Keegon Dill shot an 83 on the first day and duplicated that number on the second day for a 166 total to finish in a tie for 43rd. CJ’s Zach Wrensch shot an 84 in the second round to finish in a tie for 43rd with a 166 as well.

Jacob Teeter scored an 83 in the second round to finish in a tie for 51st for the Bulldogs with a 168.

Webb City’s Levi Lassiter shot an 85-90—175 to place in a tie for 70th.

Bolivar’s Aiden Asby took first with a 73-71—144, while Lutheran South’s Andrew Hennen shot a 74-71—145 to take second place. Fort Zumwalt South’s Joseph Friedel placed third with a 74-75—149.

Webster Groves won the team title by eight strokes over Lutheran South with a 333-303—639.


SEDALIA, Mo. — Nevada’s Owen Swearingen closed his second round with a 75 after an opening-round 70 to finish in a tie for third place with Father Tolton Regional’s Christian Rischer with a 145, one stroke off the lead, to earn all-state honors at the Sedalia Country Club.

Monett’s Jaxon Bailey earned all-state honors after tying for sixth place with a 72-75—147. 

Also for the Cubs, Jacob Hoyt tied for 42nd after shooting a 84-86—170. David Southard tied for 51st with an 85-88—173. Clay Butterworth closed with a 93 to shoot a 196 and finish in 81st.

Seneca’s Elijah Olson tied for 59th with a 90-86—176, while Jace Wilson carded a 94-94—188 to place 74th.

Hallsville’s Logan Cox (71-73—144) and Samuel Schoeberl (70-74—144) tied for first.

Father Tolton Regional won the team state title by 14 strokes over Bishop LeBlond with a 295-292—587.


COLUMBIA, Mo. — Sarcoxie’s Eli Ellis scored a 91 to finish with a 178 to finish in a tie for 28th at the Columbia Country Club. 

Matthew Swayne shot a 96 to finish with a 195 in a tie for 54th for the Bears.

Lamar’s Koen Littlejohn finished with a 103 in the second round to post a 196 to place in a tie for 58th.

Pierce City’s Tyler Johnson (98-99—197) and Ashton Medlin (101-39—197) tied for 62nd and Mount Vernon’s Carter Meirick (104-103—207) placed 68th.

Hermann’s Trigg Lindahl earned medalist honors with a 70-78—148, while California won the team title with a 332-339—671.


SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — McAuley Catholic’s Rocco Bazzano-Joseph finished in a tie for 20th place to lead area golfers after carding a 86-87—173 at Rivercut Golf Course.

Evan D’Amour tied for 34th with a 92-87—178 for the Warriors. Vincent Martinez shot a 113-110—223 to finish 80th.

Thomas Jefferson’s Jacob Jarrett took 42nd place after a 95-92—187, while Jack Tyrrell finished in a tie for 44th for the Cavs with a 96-94—190. Luke Miller carded a 98-95—193 to finish in a tie for 49th. Caden Myers closed with a 98 in the second round to shoot a 198 for 57th place.

Purdy’s Brady Garner finished 71st with a 111-96—207.

College Heights’ Logan Decker took 82nd with a 122-125—247.

Westran’s Logan Bain took medalist honors with an 81-75—156, while Cole Camp took the team title by three strokes over Marceline with a 335-343—678.


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