Cadets to state

West Point-Beemer’s Sophie Alfson putts on hole #9 during the C-2 District tourney Monday at Indian Trails. Alfson will be one of five Cadets competing at the Class C girls state golf tourney next week in North Platte.

When West Point-Beemer realized its potential back in August, they knew state was well within reach, despite being so young.

Not only was it within reach, but the Cadets punched their ticket to the Class C girls state golf meet with the C-2 District title Monday at Indian Trails on a chilly and soggy day.

“This has been the goal all year long. With our youth, we thought maybe we were a year away. But right out of the gates, these girls have been surprising everybody, even us coaches,” Cadet head coach Keith Eriksen said.

“People see our scores from last year, and they say ‘where did this team come from.’ Its youth and hard work in the summer.”

Cadet freshman Brook Diekemper came in and made an immediate impact on the Cadet golf program. And her impact was felt at districts.

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