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Great Bend golfers compete at Dodge City
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DODGE CITY — Great Bend’s Cailee McMullen (105) and Kaylee Reiser (105) tied for 18th at Thursday’s Dodge City Golf Invitational. Kirsten Miessler (125) and Ashlyn Harbaugh (126) also counted for Great Bend’s team score.

The Panthers (461) finished ninth in the 12-team field. Maize High (385) edged Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmel (397) for first place.

Garden City’s Alyssa McMillen (81) shot 9-over par to win by seven strokes over Maize’s Riley Hunter. Golfers played in 88 degree heat with the southerly wind blowing 32 mph.


Mariah Hills Golf Course 


1—Maize High 385

2—Wichita-Kapaun Mount Carmel 397

3—Garden City 399

4—Hays 420

5—Salina South 424

6—Goddard 438

7—Goddard-Eisenhower 442

8—Hutchinson 448

9—Great Bend 461

10—Dodge City 480

11—Liberal 507

12—Wichita North 539


1—Alyssa McMillen, GC, 40-41—81

2—Riley Hunter, Maize, 43-45—88

3—Nicole Graf, KMC, 46-43—89

4—Elena Lemke, GC, 46-46—92

5—Brooklyn Blasdel, Maize, 50-42—92

6—Addie Edmondson, Wichita North, 43-50—93

7—Paige Strausberg, Goddard, 46-49—95

8—Lexie Ridder, Maize, 45-51—96

9—Tatum Forrester, Salina South, 49-47—96

10—Meredith Kinney, Hutchison, 49-48—97


18—Cailee McMullen, 57-48—105

18—Kaylee Reiser, 50-55—105

42—Kirsten Miessler, 68-57—125

44—Ashlyn Harbaugh, 62-64—126

46—Grace Soupiset, 64-63—127

50—Kendyl Henning, 65-64—129