The remaining boy golfers have 36 holes remaining in the season.
MSHSAA Class 1-5 Boys Golf State Championship Tournaments kick off statewide on Monday and Tuesday.
The Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield, Columbia Country Club, Sedalia Country Club, Meadow Lake Acres Country Club in New Bloomfield and Dalhousie Golf Club in Cape Girardeau are the five hosts for this year’s tournaments.
No golfers from the region will participate in the class 5 event in Cape Girardeau or the class 1 tournament in Springfield.
However, Washington and Union will be represented in the Class 4 tournament at New Bloomfield; St. Francis Borgia Regional, St. Clair and Sullivan will each have representation in the Class 3 tournament in Sedalia; and Hermann will send a single representative to Columbia for the Class 2 meet.
Washington sophomore Alex Fregalette leads the home contingent in New Bloomfield after placing fourth in the District 1 Class 1 tournament on Monday at Wolf Hollow Golf Club.
Fregalette has a tee time of 9:03 a.m. Monday morning from the 10th hole with North County’s William Dugal and Smithville’s Landin Neill.
Union senior Garrett Klenke will start his state tournament at 9:21 a.m., joining Jack Spencer of Carl Junction and Collin Weinhaus of Festus on the 10th hole.
Klenke qualified for the state tournament after finishing tied for seventh in District 1 Class 4.
Fregalette and Klenke were both state qualified last season. At the 2021 Class 4 tournament at Twin Hills Country Club in Joplin, Klenke finished tied for 14th with a 36-hole score of 154 while Fregalette finished two strokes back at 156 and tied for 22nd.
Washington junior Haiden Bean tees off at 9:30 a.m., from hole #1 with Marshall’s Garrett Boedeker and Lutheran South’s Nicklas Johnston.
Bean went under the wire after finishing tied for 17th in the district tournament, taking one of the final two individual qualifying spots for the state meet.
Fresh off finishing second in the District 1 Class 3 Tournament at St. Francois Country Club in Farmington on Monday, St. Clair senior Ryan Bozada leads the area representatives at the Class 3 Tournament in Sedalia.
Bozada is the only St. Clair representative to advance. This is his second straight season as a state qualifier.
In 2021, Bozada shot a 180 at Crown Pointe Golf Club in Farmington to tie for 51st in the Class 3 tournament.
Bozda’s tee time is 8:36 a.m. Monday from the 10th hole. He will be joined by Weston Grant from Hallsville and Aaron Smith from Oak Grove.
Borgia will have two first-time state qualifiers at the event, juniors Alex Weber and Austin Cooper.
Weber placed 10th in the Class 3 District 2 tournament on Monday at Franklin County Country Club. Cooper tied for 12th.
Weber will have the earliest call time among area athletes Monday, starting at 8:27 a.m. on the 10th hole, joined by Hallsville’s Logan Cox and Clinton’s Hunter Bose.
Cooper starts from the 10th hole at 8:45 a.m. with Stephen Loewe of Savannah and John Cook of Whitfield.
Sullivan and St. James each have three golfers in the Class 3 tournament – Kaleb White, Charlie Lohden and Logan Watters for Sullivan and Wilson McDaniel, Harrison Janes and Hunter Redburn for St. James.
White leaves the 10th hole at 8:54 a.m., McDaniel at 9:21 a.m., Lohden at 9:48 a.m., Janes at 9:57 a.m. and Redburn at 10:06 a.m.
Watters starts from hole 1 at 9:57 a.m.
Hermann sophomore Trigg Lindahl is the only golfer in the area to have made the Class 2 cut.
Lindahl finished third in the District 2 Class 2 Tournament on Monday at Norwoods Golf Course in Hannibal.
He is participating in the state tournament for the second consecutive year after placing fifth with a score of 156 at the Silo Ridge Country Club in Bolivar last year.
Lindahl begins the 2022 tournament teeing off on the 10th hole at Columbia Monday at 8:09 a.m. with Butler’s Wyatt Colburn and Mt. Vernon’s Carter Meirick.