SCOTTSBLUFF, NE — After 72 holes of golf and multiple weather delays, it was two sisters who topped Class B in girls golf.

"Last year and this year that was our goal to go 1-2 and last year it didn't happen, but we set our minds to it this year, and we were really excited to go into it," Julia Karmazin said. "Yesterday, putting ourselves in that position we were pretty confident we could pull it off today."

Julia and Emily Karmazin of Elkhorn North High School finished first and second at the Class B Girls State Golf Championships in Scottsbluff.

Their team also finished on top.

"They're amazing," Emily said. "I wouldn't want to spend this championship with anyone else. Just to bring a golf championship to a brand new school in its second year open is amazing. We're just honored to be apart of that team."

The older sister, Emily, a senior, led after a day one with an even 72. Julia, a sophomore, was in second after the first round, trailing by three strokes.

On day two, it was Julia who finished even while Emily shot nine over, not enough to keep the lead from her younger sister, but good enough for silver by one stroke.

"I've never really played to my full potential at state and I'm so excited I finally did this year and I was able to do it with [Julia] and be on the same team and just kill it, enjoy myself and cap off my high school golf career on the right foot." Emily said. 

Mother Nature providing some drama. As Emily was preparing to chip onto the green on the final hole of her high school career, a weather delay pushes the pause button.

"That wait definitely added some extra pressure," Emily said. "We'll put it that way. My 15 foot putt felt like it was 75 and I was putting to something the size of a pinhead."

Julia had finished and was awaiting final results. The delay drawing out that wait.

"Oh man, I just felt like I was hit with a truck," Julia said. "I was like 'Oh boy, we're not going to finish.' I got done and all she has to do is putt and we're done. I was like, 'Oh no.'"

After about 45 minutes, Emily and the other golfers returned to the course to finish the tournament. When Emily sunk the putt to claim second, the two embraced with mom eventually joining in. 

Julia shot a 147 for the tournament to claim gold while Emily shot a 153. 

Elkhorn North claimed the team title with a two-day score of 677. The Wolves denied Scottsbluff a third-straight title. The Bearcats earned the runner-up spot with a 696 team score. 

Individual Medalists (Top 15)

1. Julia Karmazin, Elkhorn North - 147
2. Emily Karmazin, Elkhorn North - 153
T3. Anna Kelley, Scottsbluff - 154
T3. Emily Krzyzanowski, Gering - 154
5. Nielli Heinold, Scottsbluff - 159
6. Kathleen Kelley, Omaha Duchesne Academy - 168
7. Isabelle Gutschewski, Omaha Duchesne Academy - 173
8. Kathlene Schultz, Elkhorn - 175
9. Kiera Paquette, Beatrice - 176
10. Ellie Houston, Elkhorn North - 178
T11. June Mullen, Omaha Duchesne Academy - 180
T11. Sidney O'Dey, Adams Central - 180
13. Shae Willats, Scottsbluff - 182
14. Ella Wright, Omaha Duchesne Academy - 185
15. Anna Moore, Blair - 189

Top 3 Teams

1. Elkhorn North - 677
2. Scottsbluff - 696
3. Omaha Duchesne Academy - 706