Butte High golfers Ella Prigge and Kaven Noctor both placed fifth at Butte High’s Anaconda-Butte tournament.
The tournament, which opened at the Old Works in Anaconda Wednesday, closed with 18 holes at the Butte Country Club Thursday.
Prigge, a junior, improved seven shots for a final-round 80 and a 167 total, leading the Bulldogs to second place in the team standings.
Marcella Mercer of Kalispell Flathead shot a 75 for a 157 and medalist honors. Sammy Yates of Bozeman placed second at 161, followed by Bozeman’s Cora Rosanova and Cooper Knarr at 162 and 164.
Butte High sophomore Kodie Hoagland placed seventh at 171. She shot a final-round 83. Grace Luoma hit a 93 for a 182 and eight place, and junior Kennedy Lean hit 93 for a 195 and 11th place.
Also for the Bulldogs, junior MacKenzie Finnegan shot 104 for a 203 and 13th place.
Butte High improved 13 shots for a 349 and a 711 team total. Bozeman, which shot 326 Thursday, ran away with the team title at 666. Kalispell Flathead placed third at 772.
On the boys’ side, Noctor, a senior, shot a final-round 77 for a 156 total. He tied with Glacier’s Keaton Cassidy.
Bozeman’s Jordan Verge shot a 2-under 68 Thursday for a 143 and medalist honors. His brother, Justus, placed third at 146 after a 71 on Thursday.
Bozeman’s J.R. Small took third at 152, while Flathead’s Ezra Epperly took fourth at 155.
Butte High freshman Jack Prigge shot up the leaderboard with a 77. His 166 tied for 15th.
Butte High’s Ty Insko, Hunter Salcido and Dawson Muffich each shot 83 Thursday. Salcido finished at 169, with Insko and Muffich finishing at 180 and 190.
Butte Central senior Gator Yelenich hit a 77 for 1 67 to lead the Maroons. Sophomore Austin Harrington improved 17 shots for an 81 and a 179, and senior Cole Johnson hit 88 for a 184.
Brady Anderson shot a 93 for a 188 to lead Butte High’s junior varsity team. Joseph Lyons improved one shot for a 87 and a 195.
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