State girls golf: D-NH's Weber wins 2A title, BCLUW 3rd in 1A

Jake Ryder

PANORA – Dike-New Hartford's Morgan Weber cruised to the individual title at the Class 2A state girls golf championship at Lake Panorama National Golf Course in Panora on Wednesday.
Weber, a sophomore, followed up a first-day round of 75 with a 73 in her final 18 holes. Her two-day total of 148 was 12 strokes better than Garner-Hayfield-Ventura's Bailee Frayne with a 160. Weber's 36-hole total is also tied for the tenth-lowest in state tournament history.
As a freshman, Weber was third in the 2017 Class 3A tournament at Panora with a 160.
The championship victory is Dike-New Hartford's second individual golf title in the last seven days – Bo Weissenfluh wrapped up the boys title in 2A with a 144 in Marshalltown last Friday. This is the eighth time in the history of the boys and girls tournaments that the winners in a single season came from the same school and the first since 2015, when Emily Snelling and Dane Waldron of Clear Lake won their respective tournaments.
MARSHALLTOWN – The BCLUW girls golf team ended its season in third place in the team standings at the Class 1A girls state golf tournament at American Legion Golf Course on Wednesday.
The Comets scored 760 over the two-day tournament. Iowa Valley won a tiebreaker with New London for the team championship after both teams scored 740.
BCLUW's Lauren Anderson placed ninth as an individual with a two-day total of 171. Casey Noble was the meet medalist with a 153.
The Comets' Madison Trinkle shot a 189 total, Mackenzie Trinkle shot 198, Lili Wilson added a 202, Bailey Ashton finished with a 204 and Katie Garber shot a 232.
Grundy Center's Frannie Brown finished 59th overall with a two-day total of 203 on rounds of 101 and 102.
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