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April 30, 2013

Rickertsen, Jacobs top field at Big East

(Continued)

Jacobs finished 11 strokes ahead of her nearest competition, Tessa Fahey of Bellevue. She made five pars and shot a 40 on the front nine, parred No. 10, birdied the par-3 11th, had consecutive pars on Nos. 13-15 and added two more pars on 17 and 18 for a 38 on the back.

Lisbon won the team title with a 402 total. The Lions had the next three girls in the standings after Fahey.

Camanche took second in the team race with a 421 total. Alison Seibel led the Indians with a 103, but teammates Kelly Michaelsen (104) and Stephanie Lanford (106) finished right behind her in the standings.

Catrina Jargo of Northeast placed seventh in the medalist race with a 102, and Preston’s Courtney Yaddof shot the same score.

Lauren Heilig of Calamus-Wheatland made the only other birdie in the round, making a 3 on the par-4 17th hole.

It was the final conference tournament for the Big East, which is breaking up after this season.

BIG EAST CONFERENCE BOYS

Wapsie Oaks Golf Course, Calamus

Team standings

1. Marquette Catholic 345; 2. Lisbon 355; 3. Calamus-Wheatland 356; 4. Preston 378; 5. Camanche 381; 6. Bellevue 386; 7. Northeast 399; 8. Midland 414; 9. Prince of Peace 442.

Individual leaders

1. Austin Rickertsen (CW) 40-38—78; 2. Isaac Sturm (MC) 43-38—81; 3. Connor Evers (PoP) 40-41—81; 4. Craiton Andresen (Pres) 43-39—82; 5. Alex Timmerman (MC) 43-41—84; 6. Nick Johnson (Lis) 43-41—84; 7. Riley Till (Bel) 45-40—85; 8. Mitch Kirby (MC) 45-40—85; 9. Brenden Williams (CW) 43-43—86; 10. Zach Darst (Lis) 44-43—87.

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC — Sturm 81, Timmerman 84,Kirby 85, Brandon Jacobs 95, Lucas Frank 96, Kody Kilburg 101.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND — Rickertsen 78, Williams 86,Seth Pattersen 89, Kirk Hamann 103, Austin Bumann 108, Mitchell Hintermeister 108.

PRESTON — Andresen 82, Blain Volquardsen 98, Colton Bormann 98, Blake Bormann 100, Matt Zeimet 49, Jarod Lee 105.

CAMANCHE — Brody Lodge 92, Mitch McElroy 93, Andrew Donahue 98, Tanner Weber 98, Jacob Peasley 99, Zach Smith 103.

BELLEVUE — Till 85, Austin Deppe 97, Joey Pitts 99, Jesse Connolly 105, Spencer Templeton 106, Austin Michels 112.

NORTHEAST — Shawn Banowetz 91, Jarrett Sterk 94, Levi Banowetz 105, Matt Hoffmann 109, Trey Sullivan 109, Jarrod Isbell 118.

PRINCE OF PEACE — Evers 81, Andrew Jacobs 92, Colon Schrader 123, Jacob Jankowski 146.

BIG EAST CONFERENCE GIRLS

Plum River Golf Course, Preston

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