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McLennan Highlanders in ninth after opening round at NJCAA tournament

McLennan Highlanders in ninth after opening round at NJCAA tournament

The McLennan Highlanders are sitting in ninth place after shooting 290 Monday on opening day of the NJCAA Men’s Division I National Championship at the par-72, 7,316-yard The Rawls Course in Lubbock.

McLennan sits 13 strokes back of Iowa Western, sitting atop the leaderboard with 277. Indian Hills is in second with 278 followed by Odessa in third with 285.

Freshman Matt Lorentzen shot 69 to lead the Highlanders and is tied for sixth place individually. Joe Durnford and Tom Westenberger of Iowa Western are tied for first place, individually, with 66.

Other McLennan scores: Alex Isakson, tied for 20th, 72; Micah Goulas, tied for 51st, 74; Brayden Marnell, tied for 59th, 75; and Judd Tilson, tied for 88th, 79.

Other team scores: Wallace State, tied for fourth, 286; Calhoun, tied for fourth, 286; Midland, sixth, 288; Central Alabama, tied for seventh, 289; Western Texas, tied for seventh, 289; Dodge City, 10th, 292; Hutchinson, 11th, 293; Cape Fear, tied for 12th, 296; Eastern Florida State, tied for 12th, 296; Scottsdale, 14th, 297; Eastern Wyoming, 15th, 301; John A. Logan, 16th, 302; Pima, tied for 17th, 304; Eastern Arizona, tied for 17th, 304; Coastal Alabama, 19th, 310; Snead State, 20th, 318; and McCook, 21st, 321.

Monday’s first round was completed Tuesday morning due to thunderstorms. The tournament will continue with a single round each day through Friday.

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