Bulldog golfers end season at districts

The Gering boys golf team wrapped up the spring season at North Platte’s Lake Maloney Golf Course at the Class B, District 4 tournament.

North Platte ran away with the team title to qualify for the Class B state tournament next Tuesday and Wednesday at the Elks Country Club in Columbus. Four home-standing Bulldogs medaled in the top 10 individually, leading the Bulldogs to a team score of 308.

Cozad finished with a score of 338 and McCook finished right behind at 339 to also earn team qualifications.

For Gering, Justin Scott led the scoring contingent with a round of 90. Noah Longoria followed with a 95. Tommy Ganos and Dyson Dollarhide each turned in rounds of 100. Turner Ray scored a 115.

Only three Panhandle golfers earned an individual qualification by finishing in the top 10. Chadron’s Trevor Berry fired a 78 to finish fourth overall. Sidney’s Cayden Jobman shot an 81 to place ninth and Alliance’s Crayten Cyza finished in a tie for 10th, with a round of 82.

Team Results (Top 3

Qualify for State)

1, North Platte, 308.

2, Cozad, 338.

3, McCook, 339.

4, Alliance, 347.

5, Broken Bow, 353.

6, Scottsbluff, 366.

7, Gothenburg, 370.

8, Sidney, 381.

9, Gering, 385.

10, Chadron, 413.

11, Lexington, 415.

12, Ogallala, 436.

Local Individual Team Scoring

Gering — Justin Scott, 90;

Tommy Ganos, 100;

Noah Longoria, 95;

Turner Ray, 115;

Dyson Dollarhide, 100.

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