Lantz shoots personal best to lead Dickinson

JAMESTOWN -- On the final nine holes of the opening day of the East-West Classic, Dickinson senior Rachel Lantz posted a 43. The 9-hole score was a glimpse for what Saturday was going to entail. Lantz posted a career-best 87 to lead the Dickinson...

JAMESTOWN - On the final nine holes of the opening day of the East-West Classic, Dickinson senior Rachel Lantz posted a 43.
The 9-hole score was a glimpse for what Saturday was going to entail.
Lantz posted a career-best 87 to lead the Dickinson High girls golf team during the final day of the East-West Classic at the Jamestown Country Club.
“It gave her some confidence and it showed her that she has the ability to play that well,” Berglund said about Lantz finishing Friday with a 43 on the back nine. “She came out (Saturday) and played very well.”
The Dickinson senior finished with a two-day score of 186. Lantz ended five strokes outside the top 10. As a team, the Midgets posted an 803 and trimmed 21 strokes from the first day to the second.
Dickinson freshman Sydney Charchenko shot a 99 for a two-day total of 192, while eighth-grader Gabby Knopik finished with the tournament with a 207. Becca Fry - a junior - saw the most improvement cutting down 15 strokes from Friday to Saturday. Fry ended with a two-day score of 219.
“I was very pleased with how we did,” Berglund said. “I saw some really good things happening on the course. With it being this early in the season and to see that, it really gets me excited for the rest of the season.
“Just in one day alone, (Fry) was hitting the ball much better. She had a few tough holes, but other than that she wasn’t in as much trouble.”
The Midgets continue their season traveling the Turtle Mountain Invitational at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Berglund said the team is feeling more confident.
“I told them how proud I was of them and how much they improved from one day to the next,” she said. “Even if they didn’t feel like they improved, they did. Now they are getting a glimpse of what the rest of the season could entail if we keep improving like that.”

East West Classic
Jamestown Country Club
Team scores: 1, Fargo Davies 368-355-723. 2, Bismarck High 255-369-724. 3, Jamestown 374-360-734. 4, Bismarck Century 358-377-735. 5, Minot 376-381-757. 6, Mandan 393-370-763. 7, Grand Forks Red River 389-378-767. 8, Wahpeton 379-391-770. 9, Shanley 387-384-771. 10, Dickinson 412-391-803. 11, West Fargo 403-422-825. 12, Fargo North 419-411-830. 13, Fargo South 410-424-834. 14, Williston 426-434-860. 15, Grand Forks Central 425-444-869. 16, Turtle Mountain 498-519-1,017.
Top 10
1, Katie Kasper, B, 73-72-145. 2, Jennifer Marsh, FD, 76-72-148. 3, Sierra Bennion, J, 76-76-152. 4, Savonnah Haselhorst, Wahpeton, 86-81-167. 5, KayCee Schulz, Mandan, 90-82-172. 6, Sarah Azure, J, 95-81-176. 7T, Anna Davison, FD, 93-87-180. 7T, Abby Sklebar, FN, 89-91-180. 7T, Hilary Whalen, GFRR, 92-88-180. 10, Kayla Smith, Century, 88-93-181.
By team
Davies (723): Jennnifer Marsh 76-72-148, Anna Davison 93-87-180, Jenna Forknell 94-91-185, Sierra Klose 105-105-210, Kacee Allard 114-122-236,
Bismarck (724): Katie Kasper 73-72-145, Kylie Bergan 87-105-192, Tonya Dvorak 92-101-193, Taylor Miller 103-95-198, Carissa Craven 109-101-210, Irelyn Huntley 108-105-213.
Jamestown (734): Sierra Bennion 76-76-152, Sarah Azure 95-81-176, Kaitlin Mullowney 100-101-201, Mara LeFevre 103-102-205, Savannah Kramlich 120-120-240, Emily Reiten 116-DNP-116, Hannah Jorgenson DNP-141-141.
Mandan (763): KayCee Schulz 90-82-172, Megan Broeckel 92-92-184, Paige Clausen 103-100-203, Payton Roehrich 110-96-206, Cortnie Mongeon 108-115-223, Brianne Hirchort 109-DNP-109, McKayla Swallow DNP-125-125.
GFRR (767): Haley Whalen 92-88-180, Morgan Hetletved 95-87-182, Alexis Caoili 98-96-194, Samantha DeBeltz 104-110-214, Lily Bredemeier 112-107-219, Kelly DeBeltz 104-129-233.
Wahpeton (770): Savonnah Haselhorst 86-81-167, Kelsey Darwin 98-98-196, Leslie Hibl 93-106-199, Emma Rubish 102-106-208, Jessica DeVillers 107-109-216, Laken Breuer 108-110-218.
Shanley (771): Payton Thimjon 91-97-188, Marcella Hanson 95-98-193, Katey Wold 100-95-195, Aly Corbid 105-94-199, Grace Dietz 101-99-200, Julia Wold 114-116-230.
Dickinson (771): Rachel Lantz 99-87-186, Sydney Charchenko 93-99-192, Gabby Knopik 104-103-207, Becca Fry 117-102-219, Daisia Wallner 116-116-232.
West Fargo (825): Kennedy Kraft 101-102-203, Sierra Peterson 104-104-208, Katie Froemke 96-103-209, Ashley Peterson 102-109-211, Maggie Manson 106-107-213, Katie Brown 108-119-227.
Fargo North (830): Abby Sklebar 89-91-180, Jamie Singelmann 110-103-213, Sarah Wenaas 111-104-214, Taylee Jensen 109-115-224, Abby Pladson 111-113-224.
Fargo South (410): Emily Grothmann 95-89-184, Olivia Koskela 96-115-211, Meredith Grothmann 109-109-218, Jordan Miesen 110-111-221, Laura Bolgrean 134-142-276, Karenna Grothmann 130-147-277.
Williston (860): Jami Wells 100-103-203, Maddison Melhoff 99-114-213, Whitney Pflug 117-104-221, Ella Pederson 112-113-225, Emily Alton 115-121-236, Mattie Johnson 126-129-255.
GF Central (869): Frankie Good 99-106-205, Taylor Ellingson 104-101-205, Lexie Mitchell 110-112-222, Jordan Reiter 112-125-237
Turtle Mountain (1,017): Nevaeh Davis 114-130-244, Halle Short 128-124-252, Erin Keplin 129-126-255, Tyra Jerome 127-139-266, Abbey Thomas 168-159-327.
Legacy (no score): Mallry Donlin 111-109-220, Kamryn Hellman 112-113-244, Logan Peterson 137-134-271.

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