Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Area Girls Golf Results For Wednesday


Girls Regional Golf Results For Wednesday, May 15th

Carroll at Nisha Hills

The Carroll Tigers’ season came to an end on Wednesday with a seventh-place finish at Nisha Hills Golf in Atlantic. The Tigers shot a 418, which was good for seventh. Gilbert won the regional with a team score of 299. Nevada was second with a score of 348.  Delaney Schurke had the lowest score of the Tigers, with a score of 97. Amelia Henson shot the second-lowest score of Carroll with a 103. Emma Hoffman wrapped up her season with a score of 108. Morgan Roberts. Ella Perry and Karleen Weitl all shot in the 110’s. Robert finished with a 117, Perry finished with a 110, and Weitl had a round of 114. 

Team Standings

  1. Gilbert 299
  2. Nevada 348
  3. SBL 368
  4. Atlantic 370
  5. Harlan 404
  6. Denison-Schleswig 407
  7. Carroll 418
  8. Perry 418
  9. Heelan 423
  10. Greene County 437
  11. Glenwood 454


Carroll Results

Delaney Schurke 97

Amelia Henson 103

Emma Hoffman 108

Ella Perry 110

Karleen Weitl 114

Morgan Roberts 117


East Sac and Kuemper At Class 2A At Carroll Muni Golf Course

The Kuemper Girls are heading to the State Golf Tournament after a strong showing on Wednesday at the Carroll Muni. East Sac saw a tremendous season come to an end, having won the Twin Lakes Conference and their Sectional last week. The Raiders take 5th at the District meet on Tuesday. Elsa Tiefenthaler and Addy Beiter of Kuemper both finished in the top 10, and the Knights had their top five players in the top 25. East Sac had two players in the top 11, four in the top 26, with all six of their players in the top 32. 

Elsa Tiefenthaler had a strong day for Kuemper, shooting an 86 with a 43 on the front and a 43 on the back 9. She had four pars on the front 9 and four more on the back 9. Addy Beiter added a 90, shooting a 45 on the front 9 with four pars and a 90 on the back 9. Grace Tigges added a 100 for the Knights, and Giada Lujano shot a 105. 

Sidney Bieret led the Raiders with a 93, going 46 on the front 9 with a birdie on #2 and a par, on the back Bieret shot a 47, adding 3 straight pars. Makenna Steiger also shot a 93 for the Raiders. Steiger had a 45 on the front 9 with 2 pars and a 48 on the back 9. Ella Wilson shot a 105, with Kendall Quirk finishing with a 107. 

Team Standings 

  1. Roland Story 335          State Qualifier
  2. Kuemper 381                 State Qualifier
  3. Hinton 383 
  4. East Sac 398 
  5. Iowa Falls 421 


Kuemper Scores

Elsa Tiefenthaler 86                 5th Place

Addy Beiter 90                          9th Place 

Grace Tigges 100                     18th Place

Giada Lujano 105                     21st Place

Ella Pick 106                            24th Place 


East Sac Scores

Sidney Bieret 93                      10th Place 

Makenna Steiger 93                 11th Place 

Ella Wilson 105                        22nd Place 

Kendall Quirk 107                    26th Place

Sophia Villegas 119                29th Place

Brooke Burns 134                   32nd Place 


Addy Boell and Elizabeth Lloyd of Glidden-Ralston at Crestwood Hills

Addy Boell qualifies for the state tournament with a second-place finish for Glidden-Ralston on Wednesday at Crestwood Hills in Anita. BCLUW was the Regional champion with a team score of 378. Newell-Fonda was second with a team score of 397. The Wildcats did not record a team score Wednesday because only two individuals participating. The medalist was Jaylee Shaffer of Mount Ary, who scored 76. Addy Boell of Glidden-Ralston was the runner-up with a round of 82. Elizabeth Lloyd of Glidden-Ralston finished 26th with a score of 109. Boell will golf at the state meet next week at American Legion Golf Course in Marshalltown.

Team Standings

  1. BCLUW 378              State Qualifier
  2. Newell-Fonda 397    State Qualifier
  3. Sidney 410
  4. Mount Ary 416
  5. St. Albert 424
  6. Riverside 458
  7. ACGC 51


Glidden-Ralston Results

Addy Boell 82                Runner-Up

Elizabeth Lloyd 109     26th





(Photo by Tyler Anderson)

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