GEORGETOWN — Dallas Hankamer is no average sophomore.

During the opening round of his first appearance in the UIL Boys Golf State Championships on Monday, the Belton medalist played like a savvy veteran. On a breezy day when his ball-striking wasn’t as consistent as desired, Hankamer’s masterful short game saved him time and again and had him tied for the lead in the Class 6A tournament at Legacy Hills Golf Club.

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