Adams sisters sign with MSU–B golf

Thursday, December 9, 2021
Courtesy photo Hannah (left) and Haylee Adams sign their National Letters of Intent to play golf for MSU–Billings next year. The sisters led the Lady Locos to four consecutive State Class A State Golf Championships over their high school careers.

Courtesy photo Hannah (left) and Haylee Adams sign their National Letters of Intent to play golf for MSU–Billings next year. The sisters led the Lady Locos to four consecutive State Class A State Golf Championships over their high school careers.

Laurel High School All–State seniors Hannah and Haylee Adams have signed National Letters of Intent to play golf for Montana State University–Billings next fall.

The fraternal twins led the Lady Locos to four consecutive State Class A Championships (and four Eastern A Divisional titles) and the team won every Class A tournament over their four–year careers, finishing their final season with a perfect 32–0 record. The Lady Locos broke the State scoring record in 2020 then broke their own record by 27 strokes this year, wining the title by an astounding 109 strokes over second place Hamilton.

Head Coach Jim O’Neil said, “Hannah and Haylee helped change the culture of the Laurel Golf Program. Their commitment to excellence on and off the golf course is everything I want our program to represent. I am very proud to say that I had the opportunity to coach them.”

Hannah broke a 23–year–old state scoring record by six shots, and the LHS school record by 11, en route to winning her second individual State Championship in Polson this fall after rounds of 74–72. She won her first title at Laurel Golf Club her sophomore season. Hannah never finished out of the top-4 at Divisionals or State all four years. She also had 10 top–3 finishes and eight individual tournament wins over her four years.

Haylee also never finished worse than 4th at State, taking home a 3rd and three 4th place finishes. She won the Eastern A Divisional tournament twice and took 2nd the other two years. She won six times in four years and had 16 top–3 finishes.

The sisters have also been Academic All–State all four years at LHS.

“We are going to miss them as players and leaders of our team, but it is them personally that I am going to miss most. They are both wonderful young women who make everyone around them a little better, myself included,” O’Neil said.

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