Versailles takes on Warsaw, Bartlett earns match medalist
Versailles and Tri-County Conference foe Warsaw met on the golf course Thursday afternoon and it was a good day for the Tigers before their home invitational on Friday.
The Tigers only sent three golfers so they did not post a team score, but Ori Bartlett was the match medalist posting a 9-hole round of 40 to top the field. Payton Cable put up a score of 50 and Garrett Boatright rounded things up with a score of 56 to finish out the day.
Versailles came home the next day to host the third annual Tiger Invitational and will visit Southern Boone on Wednesday for more tournament action.
Osage and Eldon tee off at Boonville Masters
Eldon and School of the Osage visited future Tri-County Conference foe Boonville on Wednesday afternoon to take their swings in the Boonville Masters tournament.
The tournament featured 13 total teams and was a 27-hole event with the first 18 holes consisting of individual stroke play and the back nine consisting of a two-man team format. Groups could play best ball, shamble or scramble.
At the end of the day, the Indians finished in second place as a team with 359 points while St. Charles West won the event with 341 points respectively. The Mustangs took third with 361 points of their own.
Colin Thomas led the way for Osage and earned himself an individual medal by finishing in the top 10 with a round of 84. Jacob Krantz shot a 90, Chance Foster scored a 92, Nick Riley finished with 93, Max Maples ended his day at 102 and Connor Thomas rounded things up with a score of 111.
“Collin had a great round,” Osage coach L.J. Weeks said.
Eldon finished their day with two medalists as Spencer Rogers placed third individually with a round of 82 to lead the Mustangs while Austyn Grisham shot an 85 to finish fifth respectively. Austin Kostelnik shot a 96, Christian Potucek ended his day with a 98, Nick Willingham finished with 113 and Cole Kliethermes shot a 114.
“The boys played great,” Eldon coach Matt Frey said. “Boonville was cold and windy, but they played great.”
The Mustangs were scheduled to visit Versailles for the Tiger Invitational on Friday and will return to the course on Tuesday to host Sacred Heart at 4 p.m. Meanwhile, the Indians were scheduled to visit California on Monday and will host Crocker on Tuesday at 4 p.m.