The Scotus Central Catholic girls golf team has qualified for next week’s Class C state tournament.
The Shamrocks won the C-2 district title yesterday by carding a team score of 382 at Oakland Golf Club. Scotus junior Cecilia Arndt shot a 79 to win the district championship.
Two other Shamrocks finished in the top 10. Kaelyn Dierman’s 97 was good for seventh and Quinn VunCannon was tenth with a 99. Boone Central’s Taylor Beierman was second to Arndt in the individual standings at 88. Fullerton’s Emily Beed also qualified for state by finishing in the top 10 after shooting a 98 and placing eighth.
The state tournament will be held at Elks Country Club next Monday and Tuesday.