Blue Jays Roundup: Golf finishes the week at Jamestown Country Club

The Jamestown High School golf team was competing on May 20, 2022.

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Jamestown's Hunter Gegelman reacts to a shot to the green Friday, May 20, 2022, at the Country Club.
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The 40-degree temps and on-again, off-again rain may have kept West Region golf teams off the course in the morning but come afternoon, a slew of prep golfers flooded the Jamestown Country Club greens and fairways.

Jamestown was in a battle for third-place all afternoon, until finally on the last hole Jamestown gave up a few strokes and Legacy regained the No. 3 spot with a score of 359. Jamestown was one stroke behind the Sabers with a team score of 360.

Century won its fifth-straight tournament with Century’s Logan Schoepp taking home top-individual honors. Schoepp topped the podium with a five-over-77 through the 18 holes played. Schoepp was the only golfer to break 80. Century and Minot had nine of the top-10 finishers. Dickinson, Watford City and TMCHS did not compete Friday.

Andrew Walz was the Blue Jays' low-scorer finishing his round with an 87 while Hunter Gegelman was just two strokes behind him with a score of 8. Easton Romsdal rounded out the Jays' top three with a 91. Luke LeFevre and Camron Andersen tied for the fourth-best score, both carding a 93. Jordan Dooley capped off the team's scoring with a 105.

Jamestown Invite


May 20, Jamestown Country Club

Team totals (18 holes)

1. Century, 328; 2. Minot, 332; 3. Legacy, 359; 4. Jamestown, 360; 5. Mandan, 363; 6. Bismarck High, 364; 7. St. Mary's, 366; 8. Williston, 368

Medalist: Logan Schoepp, Century, 77

Top 10 finishes/ties

1. Logan Schoepp, Century, 77; 2. Peyton Bartsch, Minot, 81; 3. Kasen Rostad, Minot, 82; 4. Lucas Boustead, Century, 83; T5. Henry Langhans, Minot, 84; T5. Duncan Tufte, Century, 84; T5. Dylan Nosbusch, Century, 84; T5. Cameron Wittenberg, Century 84; T9. Tyler Bast, Minot, 85; T9. Matthew Souther, Legacy, 85

Team results

Century (328): Logan Schoepp, 77; Lucas Boustead, 83; Duncan Tufte, 84; Dyan Nosbuscher, 84; Cameron Wittenberg, 84; Anders Alm, 87


Minot (332): Peyton Bartsch, 81; Kasen Rostad, 82; Henry Langhans, 84; Tyler Bast, 85; Brock Jones, 87; Ben Svangstu, 89

Legacy (359): Matthew Souther, 85; Andrew Neigum, 89; Kale Schultz, 91; Logan Sampson, 94; Samuel Miller, 94; Finnegan Andrisen, 95

Jamestown (360): Andrew Walz, 87; Hunter Gegelman, 89; Easton Romsdal, 91; Luke LeFevre, 93; Camron Andersen, 93; Jordan Dooley, 105

Mandan (363): Logan Renner, 89; Jorey Johnson, 89; Jayden Arenz, 91; Bennett Leingang, 94; Shawn Pack, 96; Stran Ressler, 102

Bismarck High (364): Luke Dockter, 86; Tryus Jangula, 89; Jacob Falcon, 93; Dawson Lentz, 96; Reece Nagel, 98; Charlie Jerome, 100

St. Mary’s (366): Quinn Schillingstad, 88; Caden Willer, 91; Ryker Landers, 95; Mason Mrachek, 95; Oliver Coghlan, 105; Matthew Selensky, 125

Williston (368): Evan Fisher, 87; Kane Shannon, 90; Caden Vaughn, 94; Aiden Rustand, 97; Justin Heller, 98; Breyden Ekblad, 105.

Katie Ringer is a sports reporter for the Jamestown Sun. Katie joined the Sun staff in the summer of 2019 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire with a degree in journalism. She can be reached by email at or by phone at 701-952-8460.
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