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Trojans Tyler Jaycox, Kendall Nixon All-Big South Conference in golf

Worthington Trojans golfers Tyler Jaycox and Kendall Nixon earned All-Big South Conference honors in golf Monday at Dacotah Ridge Golf Club in Morton.

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MORTON -- Worthington Trojans golfers Tyler Jaycox and Kendall Nixon earned All-Big South Conference honors in golf Monday at Dacotah Ridge Golf Club in Morton.

Jaycox shot an 86 to place 11th overall in the boys individual standings (the top 18 are all-conference). Nixon shot a 104 on Monday, the fourth meet that was counted in the Big South tournament. She finished 18th in the final standings to narrowly qualify for all-conference.

Worthington boys Logan Powers (93), Andrew Mulder (93) and Cody Vorasane (117) also competed Monday. Braden Gudahl of Blue Earth Area, with a 78, was the Monday medalist. Luke Ehlers of Marshall and Andrew Moeller of Fairmont, both with 79s, tied for second.

In the team standings, BEA shot a first-place 324. Fairmont was next with a 327. Worthington, with a 389, finished 11th out of the 12 teams entered.

Other Worthington girls results from Monday: Madison Beckmann 111, Mia Nixon 112, Lilly Mahlberg 113, Tarren Spartz 118 and Ellie Weg 120.

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To determine an overall champion, points were awarded for the four Big South meets of the spring. Megan Nelson of Waseca was the overall winner with 288 points. Emma Budden of Pipestone Area was second with 286 and Maggy Totzke of Fairmont was third with 275. Regan Farmer of Jackson County Central finished eighth with 248 points, and Allie Ward of Windom Area was 10th with 240.

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