KSS golfers set pace in first tournament of season

KSS golfers set pace in first tournament of season

Seniors Ben Ernst and Cory Kloser are experienced golfers who played on Ed-Co's 2015 State Tournament team and have the talent to have big seasons in 2018. The Hokies finished with a 298, the tournament's third best round on Tuesday.

"We may be stronger this year because of that experience last year", Chesterton head coach Jordan Nelson said.

We still have some work to do at the back of the line-up, and the kids are planning to get some extra rounds in over the spring break next week; hopefully that will help.

Also in the mix are Cole Sprout of Valor Christian and Carter Dillon of Mountain Vista, who finished 1-2 in last weekend's Mullen Invitational with sub-4:13.00 times. Others that saw some varsity time previous year and are back this season are sophomores Brady Bartes and Jackson Dryhaug and freshman Joe Hulet.

"Both teams have set goals to win the MRC and Section 2AA", Jordan golf coach Kevin Gutzmer said.

The Lady Cougars come to the conference championship fresh off their best finish in more than five years.

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"We are trying to be creative but still productive", Kevin Gutzmer said.

Other players who are expected to contribute are juniors Lexi Carlson, Rachel Luedtke, Aidan McGraw, Mckenna Krosch and Lindsey Hays. "We've put in a lot of practice in the last week or so". Westwood Golf Course is the home course for the Newton High golf teams.

This year, though, Lundin has a pair of seniors to lead the girls team in Anessa Graves and Amanda Martin. ".We have two veteran leaders and a good new batch of golfers that have a positive attitude and are ready to compete". Junior Abbie Page and sophomore Katelyn Flatgard also return from last season's varsity. It's nice to see another sophomore break through and medal. "I am proud of them".

Shanshan Feng returned to the Lotte Championship in style on Wednesday by shooting a five-under-par 67 to top the leaderboard after the first round and the Chinese golfer said she was still coming to terms with the fact she is world number one.

Weather at The Club at Old Hawthorne Golf Course in Columbia, Missouri moved the start time of the tournament back on Monday, and darkness forced half of the second round to be moved to Tuesday.

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