Anaconda girls win on home course

2012-09-08T00:00:00Z Anaconda girls win on home course Montana Standard
September 08, 2012 12:00 am

ANACONDA — Anaconda freshman Caleb Stetzner won his third event of the season at the Anaconda High School Invitational Friday.

Stetzner fired a 1-over Par 72 at the Anaconda Country Club for his third gold-medal finish of the season.

The team titles were claimed by the Belgrade boys and the Anaconda girls.

The Belgrade boys won with a final tally of 313. Hamilton was in second with 328.

Anaconda, Dillon and Butte Central finished in fourth through sixth place in the team race.

Stetzner was joined in the top 10 by Butte Central’s Cal Hollow with a 77 in fourth and Dillon’s Travis Lake with a 78 in fifth.

The Anaconda girls won the team title by one stroke over Livingston with a 403.

McKenah Blume paced the Copperheads with a 92, which was good for second place.

Christal Tokash of Livingston came away the individual winner after firing off an 86.

Other area golfers with top 10 individual scores included Butte Central’s Regan Weldon with a 95 in fifth, Dillon’s Kristen Cottom with a 98 in sixth and Anaconda’s Ali Huber with a 99 in seventh.

Anaconda High Invitational


at the Anaconda Country Club

Par 71- boys, Par 73- girls


Team Scores — 1, Belgrade 313; 2, Hamilton 328; 3, Frenchtown 343; 4, Anaconda 344; 4, Dillon 344; 6, Butte Central 356; 7, Stevensville 360; 8, Livingston 370.

Top Ten

Caleb Stetzner, Anaconda, 72

Tyler Ferguson, Belgrade, 75

Zach Klonsinski, Belgrade, 76

Cal Hollow, Butte Central, 77

Josh Heath, Hamilton, 78

Travis Lake, Dillon, 78

Kyle Lubke, Hamilton, 80

Andrew Donaldson, Belgrade, 81

Austin Stowell, Belgrade, 81

Derek Jones, Frenchtown, 82

Team Results

Belgrade (313) — Austin Stowell, 81; Zach Klonsinski, 76, Tyler Ferguson, 75; Andrew Donaldson, 81, Dylan Livingston, 83.

Hamilton (328) — Kyle Lubke, 80; Josh Heath, 78; Taylor Dowdy, 85; Bridger Palin, 85; Riley Della Silva, 85.

Frenchtown (343) — Chris Delaney, 83; Derek Jones, 82; Troy Wolff, 83; Brad Walch, 95; Brandon Lark, 116.

Anaconda (344) — Caleb Stetzner, 72; Jackson Wagner, 85; Geoff Dierenfeldt, 91; Jade Green, 97; Jordan Noyd, 96.

Dillon (344) — Travis Lake, 78; Nathanial Reed, 83; Travis Ackerman, 99; Corey Renfree, 97; Carson Turner, 86.

Butte Central (356) — Derek Ralph, 84; Cal Hollow, 77; Jack Gallagher, 101; Jim Joyce, 94; Bryce Noctor, 102.

Stevensville (360) — Corbin Disney, 95; Spencer Grooms, 84; Blake Servoss, 86; Jace Omlid, 97; Matt Glumal, 95.

Park (370) — Nick Bragg, 89; Preston Coon, 96; Garrett Schweigert, 97; Colton Oppelt, 93; Gunner Bergsing, 92.

J.V. Scores

Butte High (375) — Marcus Yerkich, 88; Tucker Thatcher, 102; Levin Mullaney, 91; Eric Fogerty, 94; Zach Hanni, 112.

Anaconda (400) — Zach Dauenhauer, 94; Dennis Stanberry, 102; Bryce Napier, 95; Ethan Blume, 109; Ethan Peterson, 114.


Team Scores — 1, Anaconda 403; 2, Livingston 404; 3, Frenchtown 430; 4, Dillon 452; 5, Belgrade 459.

Top Ten

Christal Tokash, Park, 86

McKenah Blume, Anaconda, 92

Madison Blass, Frenchtown, 94

Leighton Hirsch, Belgrade, 94

Regan Weldon, Butte Central, 95

Kristen Cottom, Dillon, 98

Ali Huber, Anaconda, 99

Darby McNally, Frenchtown, 99

Jessie Hirsch, Belgrade, 100

Michaela Amunrud, Park, 101

Team Scores

Anaconda (403) — McKenah Blume, 92; Ali Huber, 99; Melanie Galle, 107; Julia Peterson, 105; Emily Morley, 110.

Park (404) — Christal Tokash, 86; Michaela Amunrud, 101; Jaime Cahoon, 109; Kaycee Keegan, 115; Rosie Luce, 108.

Frenchtown (430) — Madison Blass, 94; Darby McNally, 99; Jamie McNally, 113; Ashlyn Stenerson, 124.

Dillon (452) — Kristen Cottom, 98; Kelsey Peterson, 104; Taylor Nelson, 121; Casawndra Page, 129.

Belgrade (459) — Leighton Hirsch, 94; Jessie Hirsch, 100; Sarah Friedrich, 129; Cheyenne Monger, 136.

Hamilton — Sydni Rose, 113; Meg MacLean,115; Annie Carroll, 140.

Butte Central — Regan Weldon 96.

J.V. Girls:

Anaconda J.V. — Brittany Slaughter, 111.

Butte High J.V. — Kaylie Chamberlin, 121.

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