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Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS Wednesday, June 12, 2019 CARRINGTON, N.D. South Border girls golf standout Emily St. Aubin added to her growing col- lection of individual state championships on Wednesday, May 29 dur- ing the 2019 North Dako- ta High School Activities Association Class B State Tournament at Cross Roads Golf Course. St. Aubin, a sopho- more, successfully de- fended her individual medalist crown shooting a two-day total of 154 her state Aubin becomes the first high school girls golfer in state history to win four NDHSAA-sponsored in- dividual state golf cham- pionships. Laura Kraft of Jamestown won three: straight Class A gh'!s titles from 2008-2010. The team state title was won by Kindred. The Vikings shot a two-day team total of 695 strokes- six shots better than nmner up Bowman County which posted a score of 701. Kindred last won a Class B girls golf state ti- tle in 2014. The V'ddngs have now won seven state team. rifles in program his- tory (2002, 2004, 2005, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2019). St. Aubin entered the fi- nal round with a six-stroke lead after shooting a 4- over 76 on Tuesday. Her lead increased to nine shots after nine holes on Wednesday. St. Aubin ended Wednesday with a 6-over '78 earning one birdie on Hole 3. St. Aubin's previous ti- tles came in 2016 (seventh grade at Cross Roads Golf Course), 2017 (eighth grade at Tom O'Leary Golf Course in Bismarck) and 2018 (freshman at Dakota Winds Golf Course in Hankinson). Individual Top 10 (All- State): 1, Emily St. Aubin, South Border, 76-78-154; 2, Katie Keator, Heart River 82-80-162; 3 (tie), Karlee Schmitt, Hazen, 88 -76-164; Brooke Peter- son, Bowman County, 85- 79-164; 5 (tie), Ainsley McLain, Grafton, 84-82- 166; Asha Valliere, Tioga, 82-84-166; 7 (tie), Camp- bell Clarys, Heart River, 88-80-168, Avery Bartels, Kindred, 82-86-168; Syd Blum, Linton/HMB, 83- 85-168; Bailey Hulm, L'm- ton/HMB, 85-83-168. Team Scores: 1, Kin- dred 349-346-695; 2, Bowman County 358- 343-701; 3, Linton/HMB 353-356-709 (won tiebreaker); 4, Heart Riv- er 365-344-709; 5, Napoleon/G-S 380-353- 733; 6, Grafton 370-365- Photo: Submitted Top: The 2019 Park River Area Girls Golf team parlicipated in the state toumament. Pictured are Back (Lto R) Kafina Whaley, Brook Shirek, Kylie Jacobson, Gigi Brouil- lard, Front: Des nee Hahn, Claire Wharam, and Greta Wharam. Middle: Gigi Brouil- lard finished the toumament in 35th place. Bottom: Katrina Whaley finished the tour- nament in 26th place. 485-957. In the team gross rank- ings for area golfers in the Class B Girls Golf Tour- nament, Graffon finished in sixth place. Grafton golfers finished with the ' following individual gross rankings: Ainsley McLain, 5; Carlee Sieben, 41; Cassie Erickson, 78; Walk- er Demers, 87; Penny Martinez, 96. Park River Area fin- ished in 1 lth place. Park River Area golfers fin- ished with the following individual gross rankings: Karina Whaley, 26; Gigi Brouillard, 35; Kylie Ja- cobson, 92; Brook Shirek, 95; Destinee Hahn, 98; Claire Wharam, 106. Eighth grader Ainsley McLain of the Grafton team als0 was named to the 2019 Class B Girls Golf All-State Team. Photo: Larry Bid Above: Park River Area senior Hannah Gordon's high school career came to a dose with a 101tl #ace finish in javelin at the North Dakota Slate Track and Field Meet in Bismarck at the end of May, but her career will not stop there. Gordon hassigned on to compete at Valley City State University. "I'm really excited to have Hannah a part of our Track & Field Family at VCSU next year," said Valley City State University Head Cross Coun'ay / l Track & Field Coach Daniel Scheff. 1-1annah a really great studeni, leader, and have a strong passion and love i forthe sport of Track and Reid. Hannah is someone that will be able to step in as a Freshmen and make a mean- ! ingful impact within our Family in the throws and I'm really exdt to see what she can do and accomplish dur- i ing her lime at VCSUI" ] 735; 7, Langdon 366-376- 742; 8, Edgeley-Kulm 381-364-745; 9, Carting- ton 379-376-755; 10, Northern Lights 388-390- 778; 11, Park River 415- 396-811; 12, Stanley 416- 399-815; 13 Des Lacs- Burlington 414-404-818; 14, Dunseith 410-409- 819; 15, Oak Grove 430- 406-836; 16, Velva 433- 412-845; 17, Beach 461- 452-913; 18, Tioga 472- JAMESTOWN, N.D. A year ago, Kindred boys golf standout Parker Bartels finished runner up at state. In 2019, Bartels - now a junior paced the field at the North Dakota High School Activities Association Class B State Tour- nament earning medalist honors on Wednesday, May 29 at Jamestown Country Club. Bartels shot a two-day total of 150 (6-over) and won the tourna- ment by three strokes. He fin- ished Wednesday with a 2-over 74, trimming two shots off his Tues- day total of 76. Entering Wednesday, Bartels was in a four-way tie for the lead with teammate Mark Olson (2018 NDHSAA Class B medalist) and the Oak Grove sophomore duo of Grayson Wetch and Scott Boehn- ing. At the turn on Wednesday, Bar- tels held a two shot lead over Wetch and Boehning. Down the stretch it would come down to Bar- tels and Wetch. Wetch pulled even with Bartels after posting a birdie on Hole 16. The season came down to two holes and Bartels seized the mo- ment carding two birdies on 17 and 18 to wrap up the victory. Wetch finished the tournament with a 9-over 153. Olson tied for third with May-Port-CG's Nicholas Dale with 155s. Kindred won its second straight team state championship with a tw0-day total of 625 24 shots better than runner-up Oak Grove (649). The Vikings have now won six state championships in the last nine seasons (2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2019). Individual Top 10 (All-State): 1, Parker Bartels, Kindred, 76-74- Photo: Larry Bid Above: Jack Whaley finished in 79th place at state. 150; 2, Grayson Wetch, Oak Grove, 76-77-153; 3 (tie)Nicholas Dale, May-Port-CG, 78-77-155; Mark Olson, Kindred 76-79-155; 5, Scott Boehn'mg, Oak Grove, 76- 80-156; 6, Sid Ullyott, Langdon, 78-80-158; 7 (tie) Zachary Hen- drickson, Our Redeemer's, 82- 77-159; Seth Hetzel, Stanley, 81- 78-159; Sam Henke, Kindred, 78-' 81-159; 10. Jett Mattson, Heart River, 81-79-160. -Team Scores: 1, Kindred 311- 314-625; 2, Oak Grove 323-326- 649; 3, Hillsboro-Central Valley 340-344-684; 4, Heart River 341- 344-685; 5, Grafton 348-342-690; 6 (tie) Western Morton 354-360- 714; Bottineau 355-359-714; 8, Des Lacs-Burlington 370-350- 720; 9, Northern Lights 365-362- 727; 10, Linton/HMB 365-366- 731; 11, Dickinson Trinity, 362- 374-736; 12, LaMoure-L-M 369- 373-742; 13, South Border 372- 388-760; 14 (tie), Harvey-Wells County 391-375-766; Stanley 399- 367-766; 16, Pembina County North 396-386-782; 17, Langdon 398-400-798; 181 Divide COunty 444-425-869. In the team gross rankings for area golfers in the Class B Boys Golf Tournament, Grafton fin- ished in fifth place. Grafton golfers finished with the following indi- -vidual gross rankings: Parker Close, 21; Dalton Albercht, 29; Aiden McLain, 36; Ty Moe, 41; Weston Sangrait, 67 and Brandon Albercht, 109. Park River Area's lone golfer, Jack Whaley finished in 79th place in the individual gross rankings. J 1 i ! ! I