Hafer, Oglin, Weldon in the hunt heading home

ANACONDA — Butte High golfers Shealyn Hafer, Hailey Ogolin and Isaiah Weldon are in contention for medalist honors heading into the second day of the Butte/Anaconda Invitational.

Hafer, a senior, shot an 81 at the Old Works and sits in a third-place tie in the girls’ standings as the tournament shifts to Friday’s final round at the Butte Country Club. Ogolin, also a senior, sits in fifth at 83.

Weldon, a freshman, shot a 5-over 77 and is tied for fifth place after a cold day of golf. The start of the tournament was delayed because of snow.

Billings West’s Joey Moore fired a 1-over 73 to take the first-day lead in the boys’ individual standings. Austin Walter of Billings senior and Great Fall’s Russell’s Easton Enott are one shot back at 74, while Tyson Odden of Bzoeman shot a 76.

Caleb Stetzner of Anaconda also hit a 77, as did Garrett Woodin and Caleb Trost of Billings West and Mark Solomon of CMR.

West leads the boys’ team standings at 308. Senior is next at 312, followed by CMR at 317, Bozeman at 322 and Butte High at 331.

Trey Hoagland and Houston Green each shot an 82 for the Bulldogs. Will Kilmer shot 90, while Andy Kelly carded a 92.

Butte High’s Houston Green tees off on No. 15. (Photo by Blake Hempstead)

Freshman Tyge Yelenich shot an 85 to lead Butte Central, which carded a 396. Zach Luebeck, who hit a 97, is the only other Maroon to break the century mark.

Parker Love hit an 84 to lead Dillon, which shot 361. Teammate Travis Ackerson followed at 85.

Hayden Flohr of Billings West fired a 76 to take the individual lead on the girls’ side. She leads Billings Senior’s Korntey McNeil by one shot. Hafer and Hannah Zwemke are tied for third at 81. After Oglin’s 83, three players are tied for sixth place at 88.

Senior tops the team standings at 349. West is six shots back, while Great Falls High is third at 373 and Butte High is fourth at 380.

Alexis Williams added a 96 for the Bulldogs. Ashten McCloskey hit 120, while Sadie Starcevich carded a 122.

Emily Morley and Brittany Slaughter paced Anaconda at 106.

The tournament is scheduled to resume at 9 a.m. on Friday.

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  • Brian Tammy Yelenich
    September 11, 2014, 9:52 pm

    Thanks for all your hard work and dedication that you give to all the local athletes. It is nice to see someone give both the boys and girl athletes the attention they deserve. Your coverage in all sports is greatly appreciated. The Mt.Standard should take lessons in local sports coverage from yuz guys. Tap r light


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