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Class B Boys State Golf Results

The Boys Class B State Golf finished up yesterday at Eaglerock Golf Course in Billings (Par 72) with the Loyola Sacred Heart team as State Champions with a total combined team score of 619, followed by Columbus 638; Red Lodge 655; Colstrip 657; Manhattan Christian 661; Deer Lodge 661; Three Forks 673; Malta 679 Conrad 681; Huntley Project 704; Plentywood 719 and Fairfield at 733. The individual winner was Tom Swanson of Loyola with a total combined two round score of 140. See other Individual Results after the jump:
Top 15 Individuals

Golfer High School Round 1 Round 2 Total
Tom Swanson Loyola 68 72 140
Austin Zopfi Huntley Project 73 71 144
Taylor Noble Columbus 74 73 147
Kyle Parker Big Fork 75 75 150
Lee Paulson Manhattan 78 72 150
Kaniel Krautter Deer Lodge 78 72 150
Dane Martinson Shepherd 74 76 150
Sam Fedje Colstrip 74 77 151
Kyle Ellis Conrad 77 76 153
Alex Carlson Loyola 76 79 155
Avery Stout Three Forks 78 77 155
Justin Galiher Loyola 78 79 157
Spencer Van Wichen Malta 83 74 157
Blake Weimer Big Fork 78 80 158
Matt Mullaney Red Lodge 81 77 158

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