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CMB finishes second at C-M Girls Invitational; Tigerhawks take fourth

Published: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 9:00 a.m. CST • Updated: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 9:07 a.m. CST
(Troy Hyde/Jasper County Tribune)
Collins-Maxwell/Baxter junior Brynne Pritchard finished third overall and led her Raider girls' golf team to a second-place finish at the Colfax-Mingo Girls Golf Invitational May 12 at Coflax Country Club.

COLFAX — Junior Brynne Pritchard hasn’t played in very many tournaments for the Collins-Maxwell/Baxter girls’ golf team this season. But she has made the most of the ones she has participated in.

Pritchard led the Raiders for the second straight meet, and CMB placed second at the Colfax-Mingo Girls Golf Invitational on May 12.

CMB put its top three golfers in the first seven positions. The Raiders, led by Pritchard, shot a 224 in second.

PCM had three of the top four golfers and won the tournament by 20 strokes.

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont shot a 237 in third and host Colfax-Mingo was fourth with a 240.

Pritchard finished one shot back of runner-up medalist Madeline Mitchell of PCM in third. Junior Abbie Ericson, playing in CMB’s No. 1 position, finished in a tie for fifth with a 53. Freshman Sadie Meyer finished in a tie for seventh with a 54.

Junior Payton Cory and freshman Abbey Shepley both shot a 67. Sophomore Piper Larson had a non-counting score of 68.

The Tigerhawks were led by sophomore Delaney Underwood. She had an off night and finished with a 58.

Senior Amy Russell carded a 60, and sophomore Chelsea Russell and freshman Sydni Hostetter each had a 61 to complete the counting scores. Sophomore Camilla Schlosser shot a non-counting 64 and freshman Brielle Reed had a non-counting 68.

Both CMB and Colfax-Mingo played in the opening round of the regional tournament on May 15. CMB played its Class 3A regional at Lincoln Valley Golf Course in State Center, while Colfax-Mingo played its 1A regional in Marengo.

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