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Charger Golfers Complete Season at Sectional Tourney

The ACGC boys' golf season ended at the sectional tournament on Saturday at the Lake Panorama National golf course. The Chargers finished in a tie for sixth among the eight teams competing with a score of 415. Carroll Kuemper was the winner of the meet with a score of 344. Also advancing to the district meet are Panorama which shot a team total of 350 and Roland-Story which had a 362.

Seth Danker had the best Charger score with a 94 over the eighteen holes played. Other Chargers whose scores counted in the team total were Eli Kading with a 105, Noah Smith at 107, and Jayden Forsythe with a 109. Also playing for ACGC was Bo Arrasmith who shot 116.

Charger coach Lori McGivney was complimentary in her analysis of the season. "The boys have had a great season and have worked very hard on improving their games. I am proud of each and every one of them. I wish our five seniors good luck in the future and know they will continue to golf for many years to come."

Jack Tiefenthaler of Kuemper was the medalist with an 80, while Ryan Klinge of Panorama was runner up medalist with an 82.

Kuemper, Panorama, and Roland-Story will compete with five other schools that have all advanced to the district tournament to be played at the Carroll Country Club this Friday, May 21.

Sectional team scores were as follows: Carroll Kuemper 344, Panorama 350, Roland-Story 362, IKM-Manning 368, Ogden 404, ACGC 415, South Hamilton 415, Colo-Nesco 436

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