Johnson, Pyzick finish 2nd day of state tournament

Published 9:59 pm Wednesday, June 14, 2017

BECKER — Wednesday marked the final day of the 2017 Minnesota state girls’ high school golf tournament at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Becker.

Alden-Conger’s Elynn Johnson and United South Central’s Morgan Pyzick were both looking to rebound from a tough 18 holes on Tuesday with better rounds Wednesday.

Both golfers didn’t necessarily score better than they did on Tuesday, but both were much more steady.

United South Central golfer Morgan Pyzick lines up her second shot on the first hole during Wednesday’s round at Pebble Creek.

Johnson shot a pair of 54’s for a Wednesday total of 108 and Pyzick managed to shoot two strokes better than she did on Tuesday with a 50 on the front nine and a 52 to wrap up the final nine holes.

Pyzick’s state tournament total of 206 placed her 65th out of 84 competitors.

Johnson totaled a 214 to finish alone in 72nd place.

Springfield’s Callie Wersal started the day in first place and ended the day in first place. She shot a total score of 155 to win the Class 1A state tournament by five strokes over Minneota’s Heidi Guttormson, Legacy Christian Academy’s Sophie Gray and Park Christian’s Emily Doeden, who all tied for second place.