Earning CMAC golf honors

Helias sophomore Sophie Hinds watches as she sinks a 15-foot putt Wednesday in the Central Missouri Activities Conference Tournament at Jefferson City Country Club.
Julie Smith
/ News Tribune.

Helias, Capital City and Jefferson City claimed a combined six spots on the All-Central Missouri Activities Conference girls golf teams Wednesday at Jefferson City Country Club.
Helias had three all-conference players.
Sophie Hinds led the Lady Crusaders by finishing fifth with an 82 to make the first team. Sophie Van Dyne tied for sixth with an 89 and Molly Case shot a 99 to tie for 10th to earn second-team honors.
Helias finished second as a team, totaling a 378.
Capital City had a pair of golfers on the second team. Jaycie Lowery finished with an 89 to take eighth, while Cheyanne Willis shot a 99 to tie for 10th.
Capital City totaled a 390 to finish third as a team.
Camryn Swinfard of Jefferson City shot a 79 in the event to finish fourth and take first-team honors.
Jefferson City shot a 433 as a team to finish fifth.
Siena Minor of Rock Bridge was the conference champion, shooting a course-record 68. Kiser Pannier of Sedalia Smith-Cotton was second with a 70, while Tierney Baumstark of Rock Bridge was third with a 77.
Rock Bridge took CMAC team honors with a 325.
For compelte team and individual results, see page C2.

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