By Georgie Kulczyk
The Courier 

Scotties Advance to the Big Show

Girls Bring Home Third-Place Hardware


Betty Truscott/For the Courier

Pictured with their third-place trophy in Shelby May 8 are the Lady Scotties. Standing (l-r): Heidi Moon and Lexie Pehlke. Kneeling (l-r): Tayte Prewett, Fallon Larsen and Taylor Palm.

The Scottie golf team was in Harlem May 5, and the boys took the top spot with 379 points. Leading the way was Oden Hallock, who placed third overall individually with 93 points. Blaine Myrick and Cody Ross shared fourth and fifth place with a 93, and Ike Braaten finished just behind them with 96. Kaden Fossum shot a 105.

For the JV team, Britt Fairclough shot a 108, followed by Cale Swanson with a 110. Also competing were Merrick Eliason, 132; Ethan Hartsock, 124; and Donny Brabeck, 141.

Betty Truscott/For the Courier

The Scottie boys that will be representing Glasgow at the state golf meet are pictured (l-r): Kaden Fossum, Cale Swanson, Blaine Myrick, Oden Hallock, Ike Braaten and Cody Ross. The boys placed fourth at the divisional meet in Shelby May 8.

Heidi Moon was the only Scottie girl in attendance for the meet, but she represented well with a personal best of 100 and an overall second-place finish.

Following the meet in Harlem, the golfers competed in the divisional meet in Shelby on May 8. It was the second time the team had been to Shelby's course this season, and they used it to their advantage. The Scottie girls, led by Heidi Moon and Fallon Larsen, qualified for state with their third-place finish. Along with Moon and Larsen, Lexie Pehlke, Taylor Palm and Tayte Prewett will be representing Glasgow at the state meet. The boys earned fourth place overall, led by Ike Braaten with his eleventh-place finish. Representing Glasgow for the boys will be Braaten, Cody Ross, Kaden Fossum, Oden Hallock, Blaine Myrick and Cale Swanson as an alternate. This is the first time in seven years that the Scottie boys have qualified for state competition. The state competition will be in Shelby Tuesday, May 16 and Wednesday, May 17.


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