Stillwater Area High School graduate Wyatt Wasko completed in a tie for seventeenth spot in the 118th Minnesota Golf Association Amateur Championship on Wednesday, July 21 at Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove.
Wasko, who is an individual from the golf crew at Gustavus Adolphus, completed at even standard with a three-day absolute of 216 (72-71-73).
Derek Hitchner (64-69-68—201) of The Minikahda Club held off Caleb VanArragon (66-68-68—202) of Bunker Hills Golf Club by a solitary went for the title. Andrew Israelson (70-70-67—207) and Lucas Johnson (71-66-70—207) tied for third.
Ben Warian (66-78-76—220) of Indian Hills Golf Club completed in a tie for 34th.
Andrew McCain of Dellwood Country Club was the top proficient while setting fourth in the Minnesota State Open at Chaska Town Course on July 13-15. He completed the three-day competition with a 10-under all out of 206 (70-65-71) to tie novice Frankie Capan of North Oaks Golf Club in fourth.
Cecil Belisle of Red Wing Golf Club won a three-way play-off with individual beginners Derek Hitchner of The Minikahda Club and Ben Greve of Olympic Hills Golf Club after every one of the three players completed at 12-under (204).
McCain acquired $9,500 for his appearance in an occasion where only two of the main 11 finishers were experts.
Cole Jahnke (71-73-79—223) of Stillwater Country Club completed tied for 64th subsequent to sliding back 22 spots in the last round.
Ben Warian (77-73—150) of Indian Hills Golf Club and Stillwater Area High School graduate Kyle Scanlon (80-72—152), who is the head proficient at Northfield Golf Club, additionally contended in the State Open yet missed the cut.