By Ron Davis

Another tournament and another day one ahead for Butte High Senior Jack Prigge. Prigge visited Bridger Creek Country Club with a six-under-par 65. Butte High coach Eric Mankins believes the 65 is the lowest round in Butte High School history and was only a a stroke from the Bridger Creek course record. “Jack got off the bus not feeling his best and decided to use a push cart today,” Mankins added, “with this score he could decide to use one every lap. ” The Bozeman Invite is the third tournament of the season that Prigge has captained after the first round.

Bozeman’s Nate Pailthorpe is two strokes back with a 4 under par 67, Tye Boone also finished day one under par, the Skyview golfer finished 69 on the par 71 course. Cooper Bourett, of Bozeman and Billings Skyviews Logan Connelly are tied for fourth at 73.

As a sophomore at Butte High, Brenner Booth is tied at five for ninth after a first-day 78. Chase Choquette finished the day with an 85, followed by teammates Gavin Roesti at 86 and Jacob Sawyer at the clubhouse with an 88.

Bozeman leads the team standings 295 with Billings Skyview second at 300, the Bulldogs third at 314, Gallatin fourth at 321 and Billings West fifth at 326.


Butte Highs Dylan Bartolleti finished day one of the Bozeman Invitational tied for 9th place just 10 shots off the lead. Bella Johnson of Billings West leads with a 75 one shot ahead of Kenzie Walsh of West. Gallatin’s Addiley Lloyd is 3rd with a 79.

The Bulldog team finished the day in sixth place with a 400. Day one scores for Chelsi Lyons 101, Gussey Lean 103, Taylor Sullivan 111, Kate DeShaw 117.

Billings West leads the team standings with 325 points, Billings Senior is second with 334 points and Gallatin is third with 343 points.

The boys and girls will ride the Valley View course for Day 2 of the Invitational with a 9am tee time.


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