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SEDALIA, Mo. — In addition to becoming Calvary Lutheran's first boys golf state qualifier, Sam Owens became the Lions' first all-state medalist Tuesday at the Class 1 state championships at Sedalia Country Club.

Owens, a junior, shot a 5-over 77 in the second round, giving him a two-day total of 165 to tie for 15th place out of 86 golfers. He shaved 11 strokes off his first-round total and was one of 11 golfers to shoot in the 70s on Tuesday.

Eugene's Caden Anderson finished in 80th place in the individual standings with a 213, shooting a 109 on Tuesday.

Miller's Presten Richardson won the Class 1 individual title with a 2-under 142. Trailing by two strokes after the first round, Miller had Tuesday's low round with a 2-under 70.

Jeffery Johnston and Henry Lierz, both of Bishop LeBlond, tied for second with a 148.

Bishop LeBlond cruised to the Class 1 team title with a 631, shooting 315 as a team in the second round. Westran was second with a 676, followed by Van-Far in third with a 692 and Iberia fourth with a 721.

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