High winds bullied the Region 5 boys high school golfers at Medora’s Bully.
DUNN COUNTY HERALD
High scores filled the scorecards at Bully Pulpit Golf Course with a berth at the Class B North Dakota High School Championship May 30-31 in Mandan. Heart River handled the conditions and the course the best, winning the Region 5 tournament on May 18.
The Cougars had four golfers in the top 10 – including medalist Trace Jacobson with won with a score of 78. Heart River finished well ahead of the pack with a winning score of 337.
Beulah was second at 373 and Dickinson Trinity third at 387. The top three teams and top 10 individuals qualified for state.
Killdeer, which was coming off a fourth-place finish at its own invitational, placed sixth in the 10-team regional field with a score of 430. None from Killdeer qualified for state. The Cowboys were paced by Tony Kluver’s 92. Zach Andersen followed with a score of 109, while Ryan Zastoupil had 113 and Mike Hutchison carded a 116 and Jon Tomjack recorded 129.
Meanwhile, at the girls Region 5 golf tournament in Mott- Regent on May 19, Heart River won the team title, followed by Hazen and Bowman County and Western Morton County. They were the only schools that had enough golfers to field a team.
Hazen’s Beth Leier won the tournament with a score of 77.
Killdeer had three golfers in the tournament, but none qualified for the state tournament. Kurtlyn Hall led the Cowboys with a score of 115, followed by Brooke Bang at 123 and Kaitlyn Warren carded a score of 124.