Watertown’s Rylance finishes play in public secondary school golf competition

Watertown's Rylance finishes play in public secondary school golf competition

Kaden Rylance of Watertown wrapped up play Wednesday with seven other South Dakota golf players in the National High School Golf Invitational at the Pinehurst Resort.

Rylance, who will be a green bean this fall at Watertown High School, finished the three-day occasion with a score of 29-more than 245 (79-87-79). He completed 151st out of in excess of 325 golf players in the occasion.

Rylance completed second in the state Class AA young men golf competition at an eighth-grader the previous fall.

Minimal Wound alumni Lance Christensen set himself against a portion of the country’s top prep golf players by completing 54th with a score of 231.

Christensen got off to a strong beginning with 77 in the opening round, gathering two birdies on the day. He cut down one stroke in the subsequent day, shooting a 76 and nailing a birdie in the main opening. On Wednesday, he shut with a 78.

Christensen will contend at New Mexico State in the forthcoming scholastic year.

Other South Dakota golf players who contended included state Class A top dog Micah Dohrer of Aberdeen Roncalli and Sioux Falls Christian golf players Andrew Dykstra, Brendon VanBeek, Brodie VanDenBrink, Eli Anema and Kaleb Jost.

Dohrer bounced back from two sequential scores of 85 and shot 4-over in the last day, including a birdie at No. 17. The new Roncalli graduate completed 181st with a 248.

The remainder of the gathering included four Sioux Falls Christian golf players additionally contending in the group divide. Anema completed 281st at 272, VanDen Brink 289th at 275, Van Beek 291st at 275 and Dykstra 292nd at 276. Jost didn’t complete subsequent to pulling out on the subsequent day.

Sioux Falls Christian completed 45th at 1095 (376-372-347) out of 46 groups the nation over

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