Rock Bridge Girls Golf won the second annual Central Missouri Activities Conference Championship at the Jefferson City Country Club on Wednesday.
The Bruins did it in style.
Rock Bridge’s Siena Minor shot four under par, scoring 68 points to win the individual conference title for the Bruins.
His score was also a course record at Jefferson City Country Club.
Minor and Rock Bridge teammate Tierney Baumstark won CMAC first team honors thanks to his performances. Baumstark finished third overall with a score of 77.
Maggie Alexander recorded the best score for Hickman, shooting 100 that day, while Avery Haner shot the best score for Battle with a 108.
This is the second consecutive CMAC title for Rock Bridge, who won the inaugural title last season. Minor shot 76 at last year’s CMAC championship.
Following Minor and Baumstark for Rock Bridge were Josie Arms and Maddie Diel, who shot 88 and 92 respectively. Arms and Diel took CMAC second team honors with their finishes.
Smith-Cotton’s Kiser Pannier also broke the course record and finished second with a score of 70.
CMAC team results
1. Roche Bridge 325
2. Helias 378
3. Capital 390
5. Jefferson City 433
* Hickman and Battle did not qualify for the overall team scores.
100% CMAC first team
1. Siena Minor, Rock Bridge, 68
2. Kiser Pannier, Smith-Cotton, 70 years old
3. Tierney Baumstark, Rock Bridge 77
4. Camryn Swinfard, Jefferson City, 79
5. Sophie Hinds, Hélias, 82 years old
Beat individual scores
Avery Haner, 108 years old
Hunter Salem, 116
Melissa Lindsey, 144
Hickman’s individual scores
Maggie Alexandre, 100 years old
Bri Brown, 102
Elly Ross, 105
Rock Bridge Individual Scores
Siena Minor, 68 years old
Tierney Baumstark, 77
Josie Arms, 88
Maddie Diel, 92
Bella Corrado, 120
Maura Hanson, 134
Chris Kwiecinski is the sports editor of the Columbia Daily Tribune, overseeing sports coverage for the University of Missouri and Boone County. Follow him on Twitter @OchoK_ and contact him at [email protected] or 435-414-3261.