South Border's St. Aubin repeats as Class B girls golf medalist, Oak Grove wins team title

May 31, 2017 5:45 pm

By Tom Mix
NDHSAA Media Specialist

BISMARCK – South Border eighth grader Emily St. Aubin has repeated as medalist of the North Dakota High School Activities Association Class B girls golf state tournament.

St. Aubin, who won the 2016 title as a seventh grader, scored a 6-over 75 on Wednesday at Bismarck’s Tom O’Leary Golf Course and finished with a two-day total of 155 for the individual state championship.

In the team race, Oak Grove maintained its Day 1 lead to win the NDHSAA Class B team state title – the school’s first girls team state championship for a non co-op sport program. The Grovers shot a two-day total off 722 – 12 strokes better than South Border (734).

Oak Grove was paced by Lauren Cain who finished with a two-day total of 163 (79-84). Cain was the individual leader after the first round and finished runner up in individual competition.

St. Aubin surged in Day 2 of the tournament cutting five strokes off her 11-over 80 from Day 1. St. Aubin scored two birdies on Wednesday.

NDHSAA Class B Girls Golf State Tournament Results


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