2012 Girls Team Champions

Friday, September 28, 2012

Polson girls lead State A golf by 28 shots

ANACONDA – The Polson girls lived up to their billing on the first day of play at the State A golf tournament Friday at Old Works Golf Course.

The defending state champs carded a team score of 356 to open a 28-stroke lead over second place Laurel. Whitefish is third, an even 40 strokes behind the Pirates.

Jaylin Kenney topped the leaderboard with an 80 and was joined in the top nine by three of her teammates: Nicole Clairmont and Peyton Anderson, who are tied for sixth with 91, and Anna Digiallonardo, who is ninth at 94.

Livingston’s Christal Tokash is two strokes behind Kenney, while Erin Tabish of Whitefish and Laurel’s Carlee Hart are four strokes behind.

The boys’ team race is shaping up as a heated battle with Belgrade, at 322, holding a one-stroke edge over Whitefish and a 10-stroke lead over Miles City.

Sidney teammates Paul Brannan and Bobby Frank are tied for the individual lead after rounds of 74. Art Doorn of Whitefish is one stroke back.

Play wraps up with another 18 holes on Saturday.

At Old Works G.C.



Par 72, 5,348-yards

Team scores: Polson 356, Laurel 384, Whitefish 396, Livingston 409, Anaconda 411, Lewistown 421, Dillon 437, Glendive 487.

Top 10 individuals

Jaylin Kenney, Polson 80

Christal Tokash, Livingston 82

Erin Tabish, Whitefish 84

Carlee Hart, Laurel 84

Morgan O’Neil, Laurel 88

Nicole Clairmont, Polson 91

Peyton Anderson, Polson 91

Megan Ryan, Miles City 92

Anna Digiallonardo, Polson 94

Kristen Cottom, Dillon 95

Team results

POLSON (356) – Jaylin Kenney 80, Nicole Clairmont 91, Anna Digiallonardo 94, Peyton Anderson 91, Laurn Dupuis 107.

LAUREL (384) – Carlee Hart 84, Morgan O’Neil 88, Jennifer Vann 105, Jamie Badgett 107, Madi Tucker 115.

WHITEFISH (396) – Erin Tabish 84, Simone Craft 97, Malia Morris 103, Lauren Cogdill 112, Georgia Donaldson 121.

ANACONDA (411) – McKenah Blume 99, Ali Huber 102, Julia Peterson 103, Emily Morley 107, Melanie Galle 111.

DILLON (437) – Kristen Cottom 95, Taylor Nelson 102, Kelsey Peterson 107, Casawndra Page 133.

LIVINGSTON – Christal Tokash 82, Michaela Amunrud 106, Jamie Cahoon 108, Kaycee Keegan 117, Rosie Luce 113.

LEWISTOWN – Sydney Smith 98, Marlee Thomas 98, Hannah Thomas 106, Jenn Monger 119, Dani Birdwell 129.

GLENDIVE – Brooke Herring 114, Amanda Mittlestadt 118, Allie Mittlestadt 120, Montana Pollette 135.

Jayllin Kenney Peyton Anderson

Nicole Clairmont
Anna DiGiallonardo

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Missoulian Article:

Polson girls repeat as State A golf champs

ANACONDA – For the girls from Polson, winning state championships has become habit forming.

The Polson girls’ golf team captured its second straight State A golf championship on Saturday at Old Works Golf Course.

The Pirates, owners of three straight State A softball titles, put together team rounds of 356 and 366 for a 722 total for 36 holes, a full 57 strokes better than second place Laurel. Whitefish was third, another seven strokes behind Laurel.

The Pirates placed four of their golfers in the top eight, led by Jaylin Kenney, who finished third at 170. Nicole Clairmont was sixth at 182, Anna DiGiallonardo was seventh at 183 and Peyton Anderson was eighth at 187.

Livingston’s Christal Tokash won a two-hole playoff with Erin Tabish of Whitefish to take medalist honors. Both golfers finished at 165 through 36 holes.

Darby McNally of Frenchtown was 10th at 194 and Simone Craft of Whitefish was 15th at 199.

Billings Gazette Article

Polson, Belgrade capture State A golf titles

ANACONDA — Polson’s girls repeated as team champion Saturday at the conclusion of the State A golf tournament at Old Works Golf Course.

The individual medalist honors went to Livingston’s Christal Tokash, who won a playoff.

Polson’s girls, with four girls in the Top 10, prevailed by 57 strokes over Laurel, 722-779. Jaylin Kenney led the way for the Pirates with her third- place finish.

Teammates Nicole Clairmont, Anna DiGiallonardo and Peyton Anderson went 6-7-8.

Whitefish was third at 786 and Livingston fourth at 816.

Laurel’s Carlee Hart placed fourth individually and teammate Morgan O’Neill fifth for the runner-up Locomotives.


Team scores: Polson 356-366–722, Laurel 384-395–779, Whitefish 396-390–786, Livingston 409-407–816, Anaconda 411-412–823, Lewistown 421-423–844, Dillon 437-457–894, Glendive 487-509–996.

Top 15 individuals

Christal Tokash, Livingston 82-83–165*

Erin Tabish, Whitefish 84-81–165

Jaylin Kenney, Polson 80-90–170

Carlee Hart, Laurel 84-87–171

Morgan O’Neill, Laurel 88-92–180

Nicole CLairmont, Polson 91-91–182

Anna DiGiallonardo, Polson 94-89–183

Peyton Anderson, Polson 91-96–187

Sydney Smith, Lewistown 98-95–193

Darby McNally, Frenchtown 100-94–194

Kristen Cottom, Dillon 95-99–194

Summer Kennerly, Browning 99-95–194

Megan Ryan, Miles City 92-104–196

Jamie Burman, Miles City 102-95–197

Simone Craft, Whitefish 97-102–199

* won on second hole of playoff

Team results

POLSON (356-366–722) – Jaylin Kenney 80-90–170, Nicole Clairmont 91-91–182, Anna DiGiallonardo 94-89–183, Peyton Anderson 91-96–187, Lauren Dupuis 107-106–213.

LAUREL (384-395–779) – Carlee Hart 84-87–171, Morgan O’Neil 88-92–180, Jennifer Vann 105-106–211, Jamie Badgett 107-110–217, Madi Tucker 115-114–229.

WHITEFISH (396-390–786) – Erin Tabish 84-81–165, Simone Craft 97-102–199, Malia Morris 103-107–210, Lauren Cogdill 112-100–212, Georgia Donaldson 121-110–231.

LIVINGSTON (409-407–816)– Christal Tokash 82-83–165, Michaela Amunrud 106-106–212, Jamie Cahoon 108-103–211, Kaycee Keegan 117-115–232, Rosie Luce 113-122–235.

ANACONDA (411-412–823) – McKenah Blume 99-101–200, Ali Huber 102-101–103, Julia Peterson 103-100–203, Emily Morley 107-123–230, Melanie Galle 111-110–221.

LEWISTOWN (421-423–844) – Sydney Smith 98-95–193, Marlee Thomas 98-108–206, Hannah Thomas 106-95–201, Jenn Monger 119-125–244, Dani Birdwell 129-132–261.

DILLON (437-457–894) – Kristen Cottom 95-99–194, Taylor Nelson 102-106–208, Kelsey Peterson 107-109–216, Casawndra Page 133-143–276.

GLENDIVE (487-509–996) – Brooke Herring 114-122–236, Amanda Mittlestadt 118-109–227, Allie Mittlestadt 120-118–238, Montana Pollette 135-160–295.

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