Boonville senior McKenna Stumph finished in a two-way tie for 19th place after the first day of the Class 1 Missouri State High School Golf Championships at Columbia Country Club.
Unfortunately for Stumph, the second day of the state tournament was canceled due to inclement weather.
As it stands, Stumph finished opening day with a 19-over par 90 with four pars and 11 bogeys.
Boonville Lady Pirates golf coach Rob VanderLinden said it was a tough day for a lot of golfers.
“McKenna did not play her best golf but she is not too far out of it,” VanderLinden said before Tuesday’s tournament was canceled. “McKenna started off the day with a great warm up session and was excited for the day. However her first shot went out of bounds and she had to re-tee. It was a tough way to start the day. Columbia Country Club is a tough course and every hole has hazards. They also have fast rolling greens which is difficult for a lot of high school golfers to putt on. She battled all day though the tough course. She finished the day parring two of the last three holes.”
As it stands, Cape Girardeau Notre Dame captured the team championship with a score of 31-9.
Pembroke Hill out of Kansas City finished second at 355, followed by John Burroughs at 358, Mexico at 374, Maryville at 400, Logan-Rogersville at 421, Mt. Vernon at 453 and Macon at 483.
Sarah Bell of Cape Girardeau Notre Dame also captured the individual title with a 2-under par 69.
Allison Bray of Notre Dame and India Gaume of Pembroke Hill tied for second with a score of 74, followed by Ashton Sinak of Vistation Academy in fourth place at 80, Zoe Brown of Purdy and Taryn Overstreet of Notre Dame tied for fifth at 83, Emma Chedwick of Mexico, Samantha Cornelius of Penney and Kayla Pfitzner of Springfield Catholic tied for seventh at 84, Lucy Parker Bloomstran of John Burroughs and Grace Parkerson of Pembroke Hill tied for 10th at 85, Vera Bohning of St. Michael the Archangel 12th at 86, Haleigh Berrey of Father Tolton and Emma Katherine Buell of Villa Duchesne tied for 13th place at 87 and Emily Dickey of Pembroke Hill, Emily Long of Maryville and Claire Pan of John Burroughs tied for 15th place at 88.
Only the top 15 received medals at the state tournament.
The Class 2 State Tournament was in a rain delay as of 12 noon on Tuesday at Sedalia Country Club.