Golf

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HS Girls Golf Win at Columbus Scotus Invite

The Lady Warriors girl's golf team finished 1st in the Columbus Scotus Invitational on Wednesday.  The team shot a total of 353, ahead of runner-up Lincoln Pius X who shot a 370 in the nine team event.  Haley Wineman finished first firing an 82.  Abbie Fahleson finished second shooting an 84.  Klaire Nuttelman shot a 93 to place her 13th, and Erika Smith finished with a 94 to finish 14th overall.

HS Girls Golf Win Elmwood-Murdock Invite

The varsity girls golf team won the eight team Elmwood-Murdock invitational Monday, Sept. 28.  The team finished with a total of 323.  Haley Wineman finished first shooting a 72. Klaire Nuttelman shot a 76 to finish 2nd, and Erika Smith's 78 placed her 3rd overall. We Are Warriors!

Girl's Golf Results

The varsity girls golf team finished first at the Minden Invitational on Friday, September 18th.  The team was led by Klaire Nuttelman who shot an 89 to finish second. Erika Smith shot a 95 to finish 5th overall. Haley Wineman finished with a 97 to finish 6th and Abbie Fahleson shot a 100 to finish in 7th place.  The girls shot a team total of 381 finishing well ahead of second place Minden who shot a 419. Way to go Warriors!

Girl's Golf Results - Thurs, Aug. 27

The Girls Golf team finished 1st at the Syracuse Invitational Thursday, August 27th.  The team was lead by Haley Wineman who shot 87 to finish first overall in the event.  Abbie Fahleson finished second with a 90. While Erika Smith and Klaire Nuttelman finished third and fourth, respectively, with a 91 and 92. The teams 360 team total matched the previous weeks team total that they shot at the Papillion-Lavista Invite.  The girls finished third in that event which included mostly class A schools. Way to go, girls! 

HS Girls Golf Results from Papillion-La Vista Invite last Thursday

The LL HS Girls Golf team had a great day for golf last Thursday, Aug 20th, for the Papillion-La Vista Invitational at the Miracle Hills golf course. The girls made a strong showing and finished third at the end of the day. Their next competition is this Thursday, August 27 at the Syracuse Country Club. Go Warriors!

HS Boys Golf Lincoln Christian Invitational Champions

Tuesday was a beautiful day for the Lincoln Christian Invitational at Hidden Valley.  Even though it was only 48 degrees at the start, it felt much warmer due to the beautiful sun shining and no wind, perfect conditions for golf.  The boys made the most of the top 10 day, and had a great bounce back round from our season high score Saturday, posting a season best today.  With a team score of 330 the boys finished 1st, beating Lincoln Christian 334, Syracuse 335 and David City 340.  For individual medals, Grant Johnson finished in 3rd (78), Noah F

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Congrats to Boy's Golf

Wednesday’s meet at Woodland Hills, hosted by Palmyra, was blessed with beautiful weather and all the golfers played well on a tough golf course with some very quick greens.  This is always an interesting meet where we field two three-man teams (instead of a single five-man team) and all scores count (typically throw out the high score).  It’s a fun event and a good format. It is also a change of pace at this point in the season. 

HS Girls Golf Awards

Congratulations to Klaire Nuttelman!  She was awarded a spot on the All-City girls golf team.  Klaire was one of five girls chosen for the All-City team and she is the only player from Class C.  The other four girls are all from Class A.  Way to go, Klaire!

Girls State Golf Results - Tuesday, Oct. 14th

The Lady Warriors varsity golf team completed their terrific season Tuesday, Oct.

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Lady Warrior Golf Team - District Champs!

Congratulations to the Lincoln Lutheran Girls Golf Team!  The varsity team brought home the District Championship trophy on Monday, October 6th.  Competition was held at the Oakland Golf Club in Oakland, NE.  

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