Cats, Pats triumph on greensMay 24, 2013
From Herald Staff Reports
By now, the Jasper and Southridge boys golf teams know what to expect when facing one another.
The Wildcats and Raiders met for the third time this season Thursday at Huntingburg Country Club; they’ve already completed one dual meet and met in a quadrangular at Christmas Lake Golf Course.
The teams’ scores Thursday nearly matched their previous postings, as No. 12 Jasper bested Southridge 145-161. On April 17, the Wildcats collected a 148-158 victory; Jasper (149) and Southridge (158) also recorded the two best scores earlier this month in a four-way match that also included Forest Park.
On Thursday, Will Seger and Beau Schneider led Jasper and Southridge, respectively, as each shot a 34, tying for medalist honors.
Also for Jasper, Jacob Bartley shot a 36, Josh Krempp fired a 37, Cam Weyer carded a 38, Dru Hein finished with a 40 and Reid Lorey added a 41.
Tyler Gray provided the second-lowest score for Southridge with a 40, as Ian Mathies (42), Cleat Winkler (45), Corbin Neu (46) and Trey Reese (48) completed the Raiders’ scorecard.
Both Jasper and Southridge will participate in the Providence Invitational on Saturday.
Christmas Lake Golf Course triangular: The host Patriots (158) placed ahead of Forest Park (199) at Christmas Lake Golf Course; Tell City brought just three golfers and finished without a team score.
Preston Van Winkle earned medalist honors with a 36 for Heritage Hills, as Evan Braun carded a 40 and Sam Collins and Austin Hagan each shot a 41 for the Patriots.
Winston Glenn led Forest Park with a 41.
The Rangers ended their regular season Thursday, while Heritage Hills will round out its schedule at the Providence Invitational on Saturday.
Northeast Dubois triangular: Trey Foltz (45) recorded the low round for the Jeeps (245), who finished behind South Knox (194) and Wood Memorial (241) at Jasper Municipal Golf Course in their regular-season finale.
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