MOUNTAIN HOME -- The Siloam Springs girls shot a nine-hole round of 142 and finished fourth overall in a rain-shortened second day Tuesday at the Ultimate Auto Group High School at Big Creek Golf and Country Club.
Because of severe weather, the second day was reduced to nine holes for the girls division, while the boys division was unable to count any scores from the second day and the first day results were the final scores.
In the girls division, Greenwood shot a second-day count-three score of 125 to finish with a two-day total of 389 and take first place. Tournament host Mountain Home shot a two-day score of 395, followed by Cabot 407, Siloam Springs 429, Conway 480, Jonesboro 497 and Marion 517.
Sydney Czanstkowki of Mountain Home was the medalist with a 27-hole score of 115.
Siloam Springs senior Kaitlyn Robinson shot a 44 on the second day to go with a first day total of 87 for a two-day score of 131 and finished seventh overall.
Senior McKenzie Blanchard was 12th after a second day score of 46 for a two-day total of 142.
Senior Jaelee Snyder shot a two-day total of 156 (104-52) and finished 15th.
Senior Kendall McCormick and junior Kendi Williamson played rounds on day two, but their scores were not reported because of the weather, according to golf coach Michael Roberton. McCormick shot a 106 on the first day, while Chloe Rocha had a 134 on the first day.
In the boys division, the Panthers tied with tournament host Mountain Home for 10th after the first day Monday with a score of 368.
Defending 6A champion Jonesboro won the tournament with a 302, followed by Cabot and Rogers at 303, Little Rock Catholic 305, North Little Rock 307, Greenwood and Conway at 322, Marion 337, Shiloh Christian 352 and Siloam Springs and Mountain Home with 368 each.
Senior Karson Clement led the Panthers with an 81, while seniors Chase Beyer and Trey Jackson shot 93 and 95, respectively. Junior Evan Sauer shot a 99, while senior Josh Johnson was at 106.
Greenwood's Evan Griffith was the medalist with an 18-hole round of 71.Sports on 08/12/2018
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