Donnan, Martin soak up experience of final golf meet; Midgets place 11th at state

GRAND FORKS -- On the final hole of his high school golfing career, Davis Donnan made sure he enjoyed the moment. "On my last hole, I did. Just pumped the driver, right down the middle of the fairway," the Dickinson High senior said. "I finished ...

GRAND FORKS - On the final hole of his high school golfing career, Davis Donnan made sure he enjoyed the moment.

"On my last hole, I did. Just pumped the driver, right down the middle of the fairway," the Dickinson High senior said. "I finished with par. ... It was a blast playing a nice course like that. I feel like I didn't play to my full potential, but I can't complain. I couldn't have played at a better course and have better days for my last competitive tournament as a senior."

Donnan finished his career with consecutive 88s at the Class A boys golf state meet at Grand Forks Country Club. Dickinson High finished with a team score of 689 for 11th place.

Dickinson was in 11th place after Monday's play with a score of 344; the Midgets shot 345 on Tuesday.

"Today, the course definitely played tougher," Dickinson head coach Sara Berglund said. "It was windier today, and with the course being as difficult as it already is, with as many trees as it has, I thought the guys did a really good job of adjusting."


Dickinson senior Jerzy Martin also finished up his career on Tuesday, shooting an 86 after a Monday 85 to finish with a two-day score of 171.

"You couldn't get a better two days for golf. The course was really nice and really fun to play," Martin said. "I was just taking in the moment with it being my last competitive sport as a Midget. ... I had a couple bad holes, but that's golf. I was playing some par-bogey golf, but it wasn't bad."

Juniors Dylan Pokorny (83-88) and Hunter Myran (88-83) each finished the tournament with a score of 171. Freshman Logan Greef shot a 93 on Tuesday, giving him a two-day total of 196, and junior Aidan Levorsen carded a 95 for a tournament score of 191.

Grand Forks Red River took home the team title with a score of 622, ending a 21-year drought between state championships for the Roughriders. West Fargo Sheyenne finished 12 strokes back for second place, and Fargo Davies claimed third place with a score of 634.

N.D. Class A state tournament

At GF Country Club, Tuesday

Day 2 of 2

Team totals


1, GF Red River 302-320-622. 2, West Fargo Sheyenne 312 312-624. 3, Fargo Davies 318-316-634. 4, GF Central 315-327-642. 5, Bismarck Century 319-324-643. 6, Fargo Shanley 319-325-644. 7, West Fargo 317-330-647. 8, Minot 333-315-648. 9, Bismarck St. Mary's 330-327-657. 10, Bismarck High 332-334-666. 11, Dickinson 344-345-689. 12, Bismarck Legacy 352-352-704

Top 15 individuals

1. Justin Nelson, Wahpeton, 75-73-148, 2. Cole Johnson, WFS, 77-72-149, 3. (tie) Mat Halvorson, RR, 74-76-150, Adam Van Raden, RR, 71-79-150; 5. (tie) Jackson Ward, BC, 77-76-153, Nick Carlson, Shanley, 74-79-153; 7. (tie) Jackson Davis, Turtle Mountain, 77-78-155, Lucas Johnson, Shanley, 76-79-155; 9. (tie) Cole Herbel, BSM, 76-80-156, Bryce Bye, FD, 78-78-156, Hunter Moen, WF, 76-80-156; 12. (tie) Carson Seng, GFC, 81-76-157, Keaton Wolf, RR, 77-80-157; 14. (tie) Matt Albright, WFS, 81-77-158, Ethan Olson, FD, 78-80-158, Brandon Olson, WFS, 78-80-158, Ethan Knudson, GFC, 80-78-158

GF Red River: Mat Halvorson 76, Adam Van Raden 79, Keaton Wolf 80, Keaton Gilbertson 85

WF Sheyenne: Cole Johnson 72, Matt Albright 77, Brandon Olson 80, Blaze Ackerland 83

Fargo Davies: Bryce Bye 78, Matt Kulla 78, Alex Skarperud 80, Ethan Olson 80

GF Central: Carson Seng 76, Ethan Knudson 78, Cole Hanson 84, Brandon McGarry 89

Bismarck Century: Jackson Ward 76, Evan Erickson 81, Alex Flam 82, Zach Johnson 85


Fargo Shanley: Lucas Johnson 79, Nick Carlson 79, Jake Kava 83, Ben Traynor 84

West Fargo: Hunter Moen 80, Zach Teske 81, Jackson Worner 84, Tyler Berg 85

Minot: Kessler Heilman 77, Damyn Boyce 78, Easton Evanoff 79, Spencer Ross 81

Bismarck St. Mary's: Cole Herbel 80, Carter Klein 81, Ben Wilson 82, Noah Anderson 84

Bismarck High: Ryan Clancy 80, Eric Pladsen 82, David Kaiser 83, Derek Burr 89

Dickinson: Hunter Myran 83, Jerzy Martin 86, Davis Donnan 88, Dylan Pokorny 88

Related Topics: PREP SPORTS
What To Read Next
DICKINSON — The Dickinson Midgets basketball teams fell to Western Dakota Association's powerhouse Century Patriots on Tuesday evening. Both the boys and girls varsity teams struggled to keep up with the Patriots' consistent scoring, falling 100-66 and 67-49 respectively.
Clancy Meyer becomes first female varsity wrestler from Dickinson to win on home mat in inaugural season
The Dawgs scored 51 points from beyond the arc in their away match against Grant County Mott-Regent.
Midgets secure 109-72 blowout win against Watford City at home in record-breaking game