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Golfers challenged at Kimball Invitational PDF Print E-mail

By Shari Friedel
Tribune Staff

Although conditions were optimal for golf with little wind and perfect temperatures, the difficult Kimball course gave the Perkins County golfers a challenge on Thursday, Sept. 17 at the Kimball Invitational.
Perkins County finished third, having enough golfers for a team score of 460. They were behind Mitchell in second with 444 points and Kimball, first place with 443.
Junior Emily Kiolbasa participated in her first meet of the season, after recovering from illness that kept her off the course for a few weeks.
Reading the greens at the Kimball course proved difficult for the ladies, who are used to their home course.
“We need to be more disciplined to slow down and study our shots around the green every hole,” commented Coach Troy Kemling.    

Team Results
1. Kimball    443
2. Mitchell    444
3. Perkins County    460
4. Garden Co.    465
5. Gering JV    NS
6. Creek Valley    NS
7. Bayard    NS
Individual Results
1. Chelsea Murrell, Mit    92
2. Jacee Pilkington, Bay    95
3. Tori Hager, Kim    96
4. Amber Satur, Ger JV    107
5. Jeannie Kuskie, PC    107
6. Kelby Dickerson, Kim    108
7. Matty Lutz, GC    109
8. Janet Kuskie, PC    110
9. Emily Nelson, GC    111
10. Kacee Smith, Mit    112
Other PC Scores
Emily Kiolbasa    119
Stephanie Reichert    124
Next Week
The golfers traveled to Ogallala Monday and are on the road again today (Thursday) for competition in Bridgeport.