The Nebraska girls high school golf championships wrapped up on Tuesday with many familiar faces and teams continuing to dominate the game.
In Class A, make it six in a row for Omaha Marian, they win the team title by 43 strokes. Lincoln East’s Jacqueline O’Doherty repeats as the individual champ.
In Class B, Sabrina King of Scottsbluff beat out teammate Kaylee Koeppen in a playoff, with another teammate finishing in third, that leads to an easy Scottsbluff team title.
In Class C, Danielle Lemek of Doniphan Trumbull shot consecutive 71s to claim her third individual title. Boone Central came back from being in third place after the first round in the team scoring to winning the championship.