The state golf tournaments wrapped up Tuesday with the region winning a championship. Bolivar’s Aiden Asby won the Class 4 individual title while Cole Camp won the Class 1 team title.

Check out the top local finishers from all tournaments below.

Kickapoo’s Gaige Lewis had a great second day of the Class 5 State Tournament shooting a 73 to finish tied for 14th. Lewis finished with a total of 150 (+6). His 73 was tied for the eighth fastest round on Day 2. He was the only golfer in the area to finish in the Top 25 in Class 5.

Rockhurst’s William King and Staley’s Bryson Oots are tied at the top of the standings with a corresponding two-day total of 141 (-3). Rockhurst shot a 595 (+19) as a team to win the team title.


Bolivar’s Aiden Asby won the individual Class 4 title with a stunning Under-71 score in the second round. He was even on the front nine with two birdies and two bogeys before a strong back nine where he landed a shot with two birdies and a bogey.

Lutheran South’s Andrew Hennen was hot on his heels also shooting a 71 but fell one shot back to second place.

Hillcrest’s Damarkis Edwards was steady throughout the tournament shooting straight 76s to finish seventh overall with 152 (+8). He finished tied with Carl Junction’s Jack Spencer who also went 76-76.

Lebanese Ethan Mustard climbed the standings on day two with a 71 to finish tied for ninth with a 153 (+9). His second round was 11 strokes better than his first round yesterday. Mustard becomes Lebanon’s fourth state medalist in golf and the first since 2006.

Gunnar Schuster of Camdenton and Benjamin Presley of Branson tied for 12th with corresponding two-day totals of 155 (+11).

Branson’s Mark Bristow (T-15, 157) and Rolla’s Nicholas Jones (T-18, 158) also finished in the region’s Top 25.

Rolla tied for third as a team with a two-day total of 655 (+79). Glendale finished sixth with a two-day total of 669 (+93).


The region had three players in the Class 3 Top 10 with Owen Swearingen of Nevada (T-3), Jaxon Bailey of Monett (T-6) and Ty Cooper of Reeds Spring (8th). Swearingen shot a total of 145 (+5) over two days to finish one shot behind the leader. Bailey was two shots behind him at 147 (+7). Cooper made a big move on Day 2 with the lowest round of the day shooting a par 70 par to hit +8 (148) overall.

LeBlond’s Samuel Schoeberl and Hallsville’s Logan Cox each shot 144 (+4) to lead the tournament.

Catholic’s John Griesemer (14th, 153), Rogersville’s Tyler Davis (T-15, 154) and Hollister’s Garrett Snyder (T-15, 154) rounded out the region’s top 25 Class 3 finishers.

Rogersville and Monett each shot an equal 686 (+126) to finish tied for sixth in the team competition.


Willow Springs’ Owen Duddridge was the region’s top Class 2 finisher with a two-day total of 171 (+29), which tied him for 13th. Devun Salazar of El Dorado Springs was one shot behind in a tie for 15th.

Greenwood’s Tommy Pinegar shot seven shots better on Day 2 to battle his way into the Top 25 at No. 21 with a two-day total of 175.

Greenwood finished third as a team with a day two team total that was 11 strokes better than day one. The Blue Jays posted a total of 719 (+151) over two days, 48 ​​strokes behind the Californian winner.

Hermann’s Trigg Lindahl won the individual title with a two-day total of 148 (+6), four strokes clear of second place.

Willow Springs (741, +173), El Dorado Springs (787, +219) and Liberty (819, +251) tied for sixth, eighth and ninth in the team standings.


Cole Camp won the Class 1 tag team title with a two-day total of 678 (+102). This beat No. 2 Marceline by three strokes.

It was a true team performance for the Bluebirds with four players finishing in the Top 20. Spencer Godwin led Cole Camp with a total of 167 (+23) to finish 10th. Tyler Howard (13th, 169), Matthew Bright (T-14, 170) and Gage Oelrichs (T-18, 172) were right behind him. Oelrichs was the Day 2 hero for Cole Camp, firing 10 shots better than Day 1.

New Covenant’s Jackson McRoberts tied for 11th with a two-day finish of 168 (+24). He shot a matching 84 over the two rounds. Ash Grove’s Asher Rust is tied for 14th with a 170 (+26). McAuley Catholic’s Rocc Bazzano-Joseph shot a two-day total of 173 to finish tied for 20th, rounding out the region’s Top 25.

Logan Bain of Westran won the highest individual honor with a two-day total of 156 (+12).

Thomas Jefferson finished eighth as a team with a two-day total of 768 (+192).