Midgets season ends, Homiston prepares for state tournament

Lola Homiston shot an 81 at Souris Valley Golf Course on Monday. Souris Valley is where Homiston will play in the state tournament next week. (File Image / The Dickinson Press)
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The Dickinson girls golf team took on the wind Monday at Souris Valley Golf Course in Minot, and Lola Homiston put on a show finishing in fourth place with a score of 81.

She started on hole No. 11 and made par on seven of her first eight holes.

Her round included 12 pars, three bogies and three double bogies.

As a team, the Midgets shot a 404 placing them ninth overall with Abigail Goettle being Dickinson’s second best finisher with a score of 100.

Rounding out the rest of the scores for the Midgets were Chloe Kraenzel with a 109, Kyndall Peterson shot a 114, Rayden Peters carded a 117 and Sophia Rice shot a 121.


The top six teams qualified for the state tournament, and in sixth place Jamestown and Bismarck tied with a score of 378.

The Blue Jays won the tiebreaker advancing, while Bismarck Century won the tournament with a team score of 332. Mandan was 25 strokes behind the Patriots shooting a team total of 357.

Williston’s Carrie Carmichael came in first place in the tournament shooting a 73 with four birdies.

As a team, Dickinson is done for the season, but none of the six girl’s who played on Monday are seniors.

Homiston, Goettle and Kraenzel are all juniors, while Peters and Rice are eighth graders and Peterson is only a seventh grader.

Homiston will compete as an individual in the state tournament at Souris Valley Golf Course on Monday and Tuesday of next week.

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