MSHSAA Sports Announcements

Final results from the 2008 MSHSAA Boys Golf Championships have been posted on-line at <; .  You can click on the Golf icon in the menu bar or just click on the Golf Championships Information Central link from the home page to get the scores and standings.

Of note in today’s action, Class 2 golfers Jared King of Lawson (2nd) and Jordan McLaurin of Arcadia Valley (3rd) along with Springfield Central’s Kevin Kring (1st) in Class 4 all became four-time state
medalists. That means that they have been in the top 15 four consecutive years at the state tournament on four different courses.

Also, the only returning individual champion to emerge victorious today was Dixon senior Jace Long who was also co-champion in 2007.  He becomes the 18th two-time boys golf champion.

Team-wise, Tipton repeated as the Class 1 champions to claim its fifth title; in Class 2 Ash Grove won its third title and third in a row; in Class 3 Kearney (which had never placed in the top four prior to this
year) won its first title; and Rockhurst won the Class 4 title for the 10th time.

– Wednesday at Noon is the application deadline for this weekend’s Class 1 and Class 2 Track & Field Championships in Jefferson City.  Please make sure you have everything submitted on-line by noon tomorrow.

LOOKING AHEAD – Future credential application deadlines for state final events:  Boys Tennis (deadline – May 20 at Noon); Class 3&4 Track (May 21 at Noon);  Baseball (May 26 at Noon);  Girls Soccer (May 28 at Noon).

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