When most scores increased Saturday during the final round of the Class 4A state golf tournament, all four Lady Plainsmen dropped strokes — including junior Camryn Nagy, who earned all-state honors for the first time in her prep career.
Nagy played steady golf during the two-day tournament at Bell Nob Golf Course in Gillette with rounds of 92 and 91 to finish with 183 total strokes. She jumped from a tie for second place after Friday to finish seventh overall.
Also playing for the Lady Plainsmen were Grace Kordon (46th, 123-119-242), Samantha Kitchen (47th, 132-118-250) and Emma Master (49th, 136-135-271). The Lady Plainsmen finished 11 overall as a team.
Junior Titus Wookey led the Plainsmen with rounds of 88 and 83 to finish in a tie for 15th place. Also playing for the Plainsmen were Jackson McClaren (T23rd, 88-90-178), Thayne Thatcher (T28th, 87-97-184), Andrew Stannard (T33rd, 92-99-191) and Braden Six (37th, 90-103-193). The Plainsmen finished in seventh place.
The LHS tennis teams completed action Saturday at the Class 4A South Conference tournament in Cheyenne.
Three LHS boys spots were in the championship final, but had to settle for runner-up as they tied Green River for second as a team.
Kyle Moore lost to three-time state champion Brendan Lock of Cheyenne South 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles. Also playing for regional titles were two doubles teams.
The LHS No. 1 doubles team of Sam and Marcos Noya-Johnson lost 7-5, 6-1 to the team from Central. George Yost and Ben Ruckman lost 6-3, 6-4 to another doubles team from Central at the No. 3 spot.
The Lady Plainsmen finished in fifth place with two doubles teams playing in the consolation final — and picking up wins.
LHS’ Kylee Cox and Lina Woelk picked up a 6-2, 6-1 win against Torrington at No. 1 doubles, and Kate Dennis and DaiJane Giron won 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 against a team from Cheyenne East at No. 2 doubles.