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.