FAIRMONT — There will be some tight races in the final round of the State B Golf Tournament.
In the girls tournament, Jefferson's Celi Chapman and Aubree Mitchum kept pace with each other and finished Tuesday's round tied at 81. They're followed by Bigfork's Keni Wade (86) and Emma Woods (87), the defending medalist.
In the girls' team race, Columbus is on track to repeat as team champion as the Cougars (374) built a 32-stroke lead over Three Forks which settled into second place with 406 strokes.
In the boys tournament, Eureka's Erik Casazza carded a 76 to lead Glasgow's Riley Smith by one stroke. Columbus' Landon Olson, Townsend's Peyton Toney and Red Lodge's Ross Sunday all concluded Thursday's round at 80.
The Jefferson boys hold a slim lead over Columbus. The Panthers finished with 337 strokes while the Cougars finished with 339. Anaconda is in third with 350 points.
For full results from the first day of the State B tournaments, click here.