Joyce takes state, Hoagland wins trip to Canada

MISSOULA — Tuesday was a big day for a pair of Butte junior golfers.

Tricia Joyce is a state champion, while Hailey Hoagland is heading north of the border.

Joyce won the 13-and-under girls’ division at the Montana State Junior Championships. The two-day tournament , which was played at the Missoula Country Club, wrapped up Tuesday.

Joyce followed Monday’s 99 with a 97 for a 196 for the victory she made look easy. Skyler Martin of Shelby was second at 241.

Hoagland was one of two 17-year old girls to qualify for the Montana-Alberta Junior Ryder Cup, which is Aug. 11-13 in Lethbridge.

Hoagland placed fourth in the 16-17 age group. She followed Monday’s 82 with an 84. She missed qualifying for the Junior America’s Cub in Albuquerque, N.M., by two shots.

Hoagland was one of three Butte High All-State golfers in the 16-17 age group.

Shaelyn Hafer improved one stroke for an 83 Tuesday and a 167 overall, good for fifth place. Hailey Ogolin shot an 85 Tuesday for a 174.

Missoula’s Sadie Crippen had a big day on her home course, firing a final-round 75 to win the 16-17 group with a 157.

Butte’s Isaiah Weldon placed seventh in the boys’ 13-and-under group with a 180 after a final-round 95. Ryggs Johnston of Libby won that age group with a blistering 146.

Next up for the Butte golfers is Wednesday’s Butte Kickoff Classic, the first of seven stops on the South West Montana Junior Golf Tour. Play begins at 9 a.m. at the Highland View Golf Course.

Also coming up for the top Butte juniors is next week’s Big I Junior State Qualifier in Bozeman.

Final results from the Montana State Junior Championships follow:

GIRLS
13 and under –
Tricia Joyce, Butte, 99-97 – 196; Skyler Martin, Shelby, 122-119 – 241; Laura Duffy, Great Falls, 127-119 – 246.
14-15 – Teigan Avery, Kalispell, 77-73 – 150; *Catrina Babinecz, Great Falls, 87-87 – 174; Coral Schulz, Helena, 84-90 – 174; Morgan O’Neil, Laurel, 90-91 – 181; Casey Babinecz, Great Falls, 100-83 – 183; Riley Carmicheal, Great Falls, 92-91 – 183; Mikela Atkinson, Billings, 92-93 – 185; Ashley Puyear, Helena, 102-90 – 192; Lynzee Dexter, Townsend, 100-97 – 197; Tanna Campbell, Big Timber, 103-106 – 209.
*-Babinecz won two-hole playoff.
16-17 – Sadie Crippen, Missoula, 82-75 – 157; Kortney McNeil, Billings, 83-76 – 159; Hannah Zwemke, Billings, 85-79 – 164; Hailey Hoagland, Butte, 82-84 – 166; Shealyn Hafer, Butte, 84-83 – 167; Samantha Walter, Billings, 83-85 – 168; Erin Tabish, Whitefish, 88-84 – 172; Hailey Ogolin, Butte, 89-85 – 174; Katie Wills, Missoula, 87-88 – 175; Bailey Dexter, ,Townsend, 92-83 – 175; Brooke Bezanson, Missoula, 88-93 – 181; Haley Orcutt, Conrad, 93-97 – 190; Danielle Campanella, Billings, 103-105 – 208.
BOYS
13 and under
– Ryggs Johnston, Libby, 71-75 – 146; Joey Moore, Billings, 77-69 – 146; Daniel Crippen, Missoula, 74-77 — 151; Carson McDaniel, Polson, 89-79 – 168; Joshua Neth, Belgrade, 91-82 – 173; Paul O’Neil, Laurel, 91-85 – 176; Isaiah Weldon, Butte, 85-95 – 180; Duncan Hollar, Great Falls, 87-95 – 182; Jack Benston, Bozeman, 92-91 – 183; Keaton Sunchild, Great Falls, 78-106 – 184; Logan Meyer, Billings, 93-91 – 184; Rylan Perimon, Great Falls, 97-94 – 191; Winston Oppelt, Livingston, 104-87 – 191; Brady Cady, Billings, 98-94 – 192; Jack Johnston, Missoula, 95-98 – 193; Thain Johnson, Great Falls, 108-91 – 199; Brayden Aurich, Kalispell, 100-114 – 214; Nick Anderson, Miles City, 119-122 – 241.
14-15 – Sean Benson, Billings, 75-73 – 148; Payton Stott, Billings, 79-72 – 151; Tom Mann, Kalispell, 72-80 – 152; Stetzner Caleb, Anaconda, 80-75 – 155; Ryan Keenan, Bigfork, 77-81 – 158; Micah Nicholas, Seeley Lake, 75-84 – 159; Garret Woodin, Billings, 79-81 – 160; Scott Redelsperg, Bozeman, 80-81 – 161; Sean Ramsbacher, Missoula, 78-84 – 162; Cooper Donahue, Whitefish, 87-83 – 170; Bridger Martin, Shelby, 82-88 – 170; Joey Peter, Manhattan, 91-81 – 172; Schafer Paladichuk, Great Falls, 88-86 – 174; Colton Hudson, Huntley, 89-87 – 176; Justyn Martinko, Great Falls, 91-88 – 179; Jaden Gravely, Townsend, 89-90 – 179; Tyler Strickland, Great Falls, 88-94 – 182; Devin Doughty, Miles City, 97-91 – 188; Scott DeMars, Townsend, 102-88 – 190; Brett Andreasen, Fairview, 118-103 – 221; Kelly Irion, Miles City, 117-105 – 222; Matthew Regan, Miles City, 114-113 – 227.
16-17 – Austin Berg, Billings, 72-70 – 142; Arthur Doorn, Whitefish, 72-74 – 146; Parker Bradbury, Huntley, 74-73 – 147; Tate Tatom, Gallatin Gateway, 72-76 – 148; Cody Sherrill, Kalispell, 77-72 – 149; Paul Brannan, Sidney, 73-77 – 150; Dylan Meccage, Laurel, 74-77 – 151; Connor Brown, Bozeman, 78-75 – 153; Camden Caraveau, Billings, 79-74 – 153; Cody Babinecz, Great Falls, 75-79 – 154; Tommy Tirrell, Missoula, 78-77 – 155; Easton Enott, Great Falls, 79-76 – 155; Tyler Ferguson, Bozeman, 78-77 – 155; Barron Culver, Helena, 82-75 – 157; Chris Delaney 74-84 – 158; Patrick Colberg, Missoula, 82-78 – 160; Taylor Kuntz, Great Falls, 81-80 – 161; William McFarland, Miles City, 83-78 – 161; Seymour Lane, Chinook, 82-87 – 169; Kole Chartier, Stockett, 79-100 – 179; Bryce Anderson, Miles City, 97-83 – 180.



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