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Cotton, Baker Take Lead Into Amateur Final Rounds



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YANKTON & SIOUX FALLS, S.D. --  Karla Cotton and Dylan Baker will each go into the final round of the South Dakota Men's And Women's Amatuer Championships 18 holes from victory. 

Here's the complete leaderboards.

Men's Amateur
1.  Dylan Baker  137
2.  Chris Long  139
3.  Tad Leistico  140
T4.  Dak Carley  143
T4.  Tommy Anderson  143

Women's Amateur
1.  Karla Cotton  148
2.  Morgan Fitts  149
3.  Hallie Getz  150
4.  Maggie Leland  151
5.  Kali Trautman  154


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