Krzyzanowski remains perfect after win in GHS tourney
     2011-09-15      By Terry Gaston   
Gering junior Kaitlyn Krzyzanowski struggled with her putting game Tuesday, but nevertheless she emerged as the medalist for the fifth time in as many tournaments this season at the Bulldogs’ home invitational at Monument Shadows Golf Course.
What had Gering coach Annie Boggs even more excited was the Bulldogs’ team effort. Gering finished in third place, with its 387 four-player total just nine strokes behind Sidney’s winning total of 378. Chadron was second at 381 after the Cardinals placed three golfers in the top seven.
Krzyzanowski carded a score of 80, four strokes better than Chadron runner-up Kelli Haynes.
“She struggled on her putting, but she won again,” Boggs said of Krzyzanowski.
Bulldog freshman Ashlyn Schultz finished tied for 10th on the scoreboard at 99, and classmate Sam Rahmig was just two strokes behind at 101 to finish 11th.
“We are narrowing the gap and we are starting to feel like a team,” Boggs said.
Scottsbluff had three junior varsity entrants, and Bearcat junior Megan Pilkington finished fourth with an 89. Bayard sophomore JaLee Pilkington finished tied for fifth at 90.
Next action for the Bulldogs is Saturday in the Scottsbluff Invitational at Scottsbluff Country Club, where action begins at 9 a.m.

Scottsbluff
The Bearcats were third-place team finishers Thursday and Friday at the 13-team Casper Invitational in what was their first meet since their Aug. 27 victory in the Western Conference tournament.
Sophomore Kim Moore paced Scottsbluff with a two-round score of 174 (88-86) that earned her second place overall. Junior Ashlee Pilkington was seventh at 95-90 – 185, and junior Channing Wills rounded out the Bearcats’ three-player team score with her 10th-place finish at 101-95 – 196.
The Bearcats competed Tuesday at Gothenburg.
Mitchell Invitational

In the Mitchell Invitational on Thursday, Tiger junior Kendall Bayne led the hosts with a third-place finish at 90. Chadron had the top two placers, led by Kaitie Stevens’ 88, to win the team title at 376 strokes.
Bayard’s JaLee Pilkington placed fourth at 93, while Rahmig of the Gering junior varsity carded a 101 for eighth place.

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