Versailles and Eldon tee off at Tiger Invitational
Versailles played host to Eldon and 10 other teams in two-man tournament action on Friday.
At the end of the day, Blair Oaks won the event with a team score of 146 while Dixon placed second at 152 and Eldon finished third at 156. Versailles captured sixth respectively with a team score of 174.
Eldon’s Spencer Rogers and Christian Potucek shot a round of 40 and 38, Austyn Grisham and Austin Kostelnik put up 39 each, Nick Willingham and Cole Kleithermes scored 48 and 47 and Forrest Russell and Lane Russell shot 59 and 56 respectively.
Meanwhile, Versailles Ori Bartlett and Tristan Mayhew put up 44 each while Garrett Boatright and Payton Cable scored 45 and 41.
Eldon was scheduled to host Sacred Heart Tuesday night and will visit Eugene on Wednesday at 4 p.m. Versailles will be in tournament action on Wednesday at Southern Boone.
Osage drops tough battle with California
One single stroke made all the difference on Monday between Osage and California as the Indians fell to the host Pintos 180 to 181.
Despite the tough result, Osage enjoyed some individual success as Jacob Krantz earned the title of match medalist with a low round of 41. Chance Foster finished his day with a 45, Connor Thomas put up 46, Nick Riley ended his day with a 49 and C.J. Myers recorded a 51.
Osage was scheduled to host Crocker on Tuesday and the Indians will visit Southern Boone on Wednesday for tournament action.
Camdenton takes 14th at Sedalia Invite
Camdenton visited Sedalia on Monday to take their swings in tournament action and the Lakers placed 14th overall.
Ethan Kline shot a round of 85, C.J. Rogers and Brody Petska put up 87 each and Spencer Melville finished his day with a score of 94.
The Lakers would have certainly liked a higher finish at the end of the day, but Coach Shawn Maschino said improvement is being made.
“I’m pleased that the team is improving each tournament,” he said. “We knocked off seven strokes off our previous total.”
Camdenton was scheduled to host Farmington on Tuesday and up next is the Laker Invitational on Wednesday, which will run all day.