Brueggemann, Roerich win titles at Class B Classic Tournament in Mitchell

By Plainsman Staff
Posted 4/8/24

Area golfers participate in weekend tourney

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Brueggemann, Roerich win titles at Class B Classic Tournament in Mitchell


MITCHELL — Derek Brueggemann of Miller turned in a low round of 73 to lead the Rustlers to the boys’ team title during the 2024 Class B Classic Boys’ Golf Tournament on Friday at Lakeview Golf Course.

Miller finished at 241, which put it two strokes ahead of Wall for the boys’ team title. Hill City was third at 249, followed by Chester at 252 and Webster at 254.

Clark/Willow Lake was 20th at 280, while Doland was 21st at 281.

Brueggemann carded a 35 on the front nine and turned in a 38 on the back nine to finish four strokes in front of Trevor Schulz of Wall and Wesley Wittler of Sully Buttes.

Oliver Fritzsche was 15th for Miller with an 84, while Jorryn Heilman was 19th with an 84.

Kaiden Weinreis of Doland turned in an 84 to finish 17th, while Kaden Wookey led Clark/Willow Lake with an 86 to claim spot No. 29.

Ethan Bartholow was 31st for James Valley Christian at 89, while Cade Gailkowski had a 94 to finish 57th for Clark/Willow Lake.

Other area golfers in the event were Jonah Niederbaumer of JVC at 97; Maverick Clausen of Clark/Willow lake at 100; Miles Olsen of Clark/Willow Lake at 101; Luke Norden of Miller at 104; and Matthew Hofer of Doland at 110.

Brynn Roerich of Clark/Willow Lake claimed the girls’ individual title with an 85. She finished four strokes in front of Jadyn McDonald of Chester, who was the runner-up.

Jayce Pugh of Miller was third at 91, followed by Olivia Olson of Sully Buttes at 91 and Cadence Oliver of Chester at 94.

Kaihlyn Anderberg of Miller finished eighth, with a 97, while teammate Sydney Asmus was 19th at 103.

Cassie VanderWerff was 24th for Miller at 105, while Addison Bartholow of James Valley Christian was 30th at 109.

Mallory Nelson of Clark/Willow Lake finished at 116 and Olivia Knox of Doland had a 118.

With three golfers in the top 10, Miller finished second in the final girls’ standings with a 291.

Chester claimed the girls’ title with a 281.

Burke was third at 301, followed by Philip at 301 and Selby Area at 323.