The second round for the Wyoming players in the PGA High School Golf National Invitational in Frisco, TX was a difficult one.

Four of the five players from the Cowboy state fell in the standings during a sweltering round on the Fields Ranch East course.

Riverton’s Brodie Dale is the highest player in the field from Wyoming. He was tied for 209th after the second round. Dale shot an 88 in round 2 and is at 23-over par. He dropped 71 spots in the field after the tough round.

Casper’s Josh Lane fell into a tie for 233rd after a 95 in the second round. He was at 27-over par.

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Riverton’s Kyler Graham was tied for 251st following an 88 in round 2. He was at 30-over par entering the final round. Teammate Patrick Dornblaser shot a round of 103 and was at 51-over par after the second round. Finally, the only player that moved up was Riverton’s Garrick McDonald. He rose four spots after a 103 in the second round. McDonald finished the round at 63-over par and was tied for 304th.

As a team, Riverton stayed in 48th out of 50 teams in the standings. The Wolverines are at 175-over par as a squad.

The final round of the 54-hole tournament is on Wednesday. The five players from Wyoming will all be on The Tribute Golf Links course at the PGA Frisco campus.

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