Columbus, Loyola boys, Townsend girls lead B golf

GREGSON — The Columbus and Missoula Loyola boys’ teams are tied for the lead after the first round of the Class B State golf tournament Tuesday at the Fairmont Hot Springs Golf Course.

Townsend leads the girls’ race heading into Wednesday’s final round.

The Columbus and Loyola boys both shot a 314 on the first round. Huntley Project is third at 328, followed by Red Lodge at 332 and Deer Lodge at 341. Loyola is the defending champ.

Philip Holton and Jackson Klee of Columbus sit one-two in individual standings. Holton shot a 1-under-par 71 to lead his teammate by one shot.

Tommy Tirrell and Jared Geer of Loyola are tied for third at 74.

Townsend’s 372 has the defending champion Bulldog girls sitting in good shape heading into the second round. Loyola is a distant second at 395. Forsyth and Three Forks are tied for third at 409.

Loyola’s Sadie Crippen and Townsend’s Bailee Dexter are tied for the individual lead at 82.

Last year, Saide Crippen placed second behind Maggie Crippen, who was a senior last season. Dexter placed third.

Butte Central is hosting the tournament.

Boys Team Results – Day 1

Boys Individual Scores – Day 1

Girls Team Results – Day 1

Girls Individual Scores – Day 1

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