JORDAN — St. Clair/Loyola's Claire Orcutt held on to her ninth-place standing on the final day of the Class AA state girls golf tournament Wednesday, finishing with a 78-81—159.
Le Sueur-Henderson's Makenna Reinhardt finished 19th at 79-87—166 and New Ulm's Jana Julia Boquet placed 23rd at 88-82—170.
Waseca's Crystal Cariveau finished 35th (93-87—180), teammate Hannah Potter was 41st (85-98—183, New Ulm's Abbey Frauenholtz placed 48th (94-91—185) and LSH's Kylie Dunning finished 58th (95-96—191).
In the Class A girls meet, New Ulm Cathedral's Kayla Goblirsch finished 10th (95-83—178), Minnesota Valley Lutheran's Nadine Clobes took 40th (96-101—197) and Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton's Taylor Rinehart (114-113—227), Dani Gerdts (109-121—230) and Kiya Erler (128-124—252) finished 76th, 78th and 85th, respectively.
JWP finished eighth as a team with 907 strokes. BOLD won the Class A tournament with 704.
In the Class AAA boys meet at Bunker Hills in Coon Rapids, Mankato West's Leo Gellert finished tied for 17th with a 77-74—151. Teammate Owen Bjork tied for 44th (76-82—158).
In the Class AA boys meet at Ridges at Sand Creek in Jordan, the Blue Earth Area boys finished fifth at a team with 654 strokes.
St. Peter's Carter Doose led the area's Class AA boys with a third-place total of 74-74—148, New Ulm's Glavine Schugel was close behind, tying for fourth with a 77-72—149.
Maple River's Andrew Hoppe also cracked the Top 10, finishing eighth at 77-77—153. BEA's Hunter Spencer placed 20th (78-79—157) and New Ulm's Aiden Guggisberg was 23rd (77-81—158).
BEA's Lane Manning was 29th (80-80—160); teammate Braden Gudahl was 38th (83-79—162); St. Peter's Kendall Nicolai was 52nd (83-82—165); Maple River's Mason Sohre was 53rd (85-81—166); and BEA's Gaven Bruellman 72nd (88-87—175), Ashton Lloyd (94-88—182) and Max Ehrich (91-100—191) were 72nd, 81st and 86th, respectively.
In the Class A boys meet in Becker, Andrew Heggen of United South Central was the area's highest finisher with a score of 87-80—167) to place 20th. Madelia's Carson Wihlm finished 37th (85-88—173); and New Ulm Cathedral's Logan Haala was 49th (88-90—178).