Cecilia Arndt of Scotus is vying for a medal, while Abby Brodersen of Boone Central was tied for the lead going into the second and final day of the girls state golf tourney.
After Monday’s first round of the Class C championship at Elks Country Club, Arndt was in 11th place after the Shamrocks freshman shot a 14-over, 86. Brodersen carded a 77, tying the Cardinals senior with Cozad junior and defending state champion Lynzi Becker for first.
Scotus junior Alaina Dierman shot a 97 and was in a three-way tie for 27th. Fullerton sophomore Emily Beed carded a 100 and was tied for 33rd.
In the team scoring, Scotus had a 403 and was tied for eighth among 15 teams. Boone Central’s 399 put the Cardinals in sixth. Broken Bow was in first place at 369, 17 strokes better than Lincoln Christian and 21 ahead of Heartland.