Washington Evening Journal
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WEST LIBERTY — Mid-Prairie and Winfield-Mount Union golfed a boys 18-hole tournament Tuesday, finishing seventh and eighth in the 10-team tournament. The Golden Hawks took 10 less strokes as a team than WMU.
Kaleb Sexton was the low man, carding a 72 for West Branch. Dominic McCain was the high man for the Golden Hawks, finishing tied for seventh with a score of 81.
McCain’s scoring teammates all posted a score of 95, although they went about it differently. William Scarf had three pars in his round and three sevens. Aiden Bush parred three holes and shot a birdie. Drew Schlabaugh parred four holes and had three sevens on his card. Bush’s highest score was a six except for Hole No. 1, which was an 11.
Brady Loyd led WMU with a round of 87 that had three pars and a birdie. Jacob Kongable had five pars to record a 94. Bryce Wade had a pair of pars in carding a 97. Carter Loyd shot an even 100. He had two pars followed by 10 straight holes with either a five or a six.
West Branch 306, Clear Creek-Amana 343, Tipton 351, North Cedar & West Liberty 364, Mid-Prairie 366, Winfield-Mount Union 376, Regina 391, Wilton 395
New London sweeps
COLUMBUS JUNCTION — The Columbus boys (171-199) and girls (207-254) lost to New London on the Wildcats home course.
Robert Coil finished his round in 44 strokes while Columbus teammates Tucker Bright and Logan Bright each shot a 51. Grant Watson had a 53.
Faith Barnhart matched Wildcats teammate Jobie Lekwa in carding a round of 55. Vanessa Ayala had a 66 and Atlie Hand a 78.