PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: W-WG edges WindomWESTBROOK — Almost every golfer can look back at a round and find at least one shot that they left out on the course. Fortunately for the Westbrook-Walnut Grove boys’ golf team on Monday, every player avoided adding a single extra stroke to their rounds, which was enough to earn a narrow victory in a dual meet against Windom at Rolling Hills Golf Club.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
WESTBROOK — Almost every golfer can look back at a round and find at least one shot that they left out on the course.
Fortunately for the Westbrook-Walnut Grove boys’ golf team on Monday, every player avoided adding a single extra stroke to their rounds, which was enough to earn a narrow victory in a dual meet against Windom at Rolling Hills Golf Club.
W-WG’s Dana Madson was the medalist with a 37, leading his team to a score of 164. Jared Lindman (42), Aaron Theisen (42) and Taylor Lindaman (43) rounded out the team’s score.
Windom scored a 167 behind Adam Eisenmenger (38), Thomas Elness (43), Christian Schuck (53) and Dylan Pigman (43).
On the girls’ side, the Eagles posted a team score of 205, but the Chargers’ team didn’t have enough players to post a team score.
Windom’s Megan Will was the medalist in the girls’ competition with a round of 46. Teammate Hannah Kloss was second with a 52.
Molly Jarmer led W-WI with a 53, tying for third with the Eagles’ Leigh Hanefeld.
Maitland Vollan rounded out Windom’s team score with a 54.
Paige Erickson and Abby herding were the other two golfers competing for the Chargers, firing scores of 56 and 67, respectively.
Luverne boys fire team score of 157
LUVERNE — Anchored by two scores in the 30s, the Luverne boys’ golf team earned a convincing team victory against Pipestone Area on Monday at Luverne Country Club.
Ben Nath was the medalist with a round of 37. The Cardinals’ team score of 157 was rounded out by a 39 from Brandon Klein, a round of 40 from Matthew Sterrett and a pair of 41s from Cody Hemme and Austin Eeten (only one of the 41s was used to create the team’s final score).
The Arrows compiled a team score of 206, led by a 48 from Zachary Ploeger. The team score was rounded out by AJ Bucher (49), Brock Morgan (51) and Trent VR (58).
Kirsten Olson led Luverne in the girls’ competition, taking medalist honors with a round of 44.
The Cardinals ended up with a team score of 207. PA had an incomplete team score.
LHS’ Erin Doherty was second in the competition with a 49, with teammate Emily Spreiter tying with the Arrows’ Megan Sommer for third with a 56.
Erin Fick rounded out Luverne’s scores with a 58 and Lynn Nelson rounded out PA’s scores with a 61.
Tyler Asa, Tanner Asa lead JCC boys to victory; Kaylee Benson girls’ medalist
JACKSON — A trio of Jackson County Central golfers ruled the day in a dual meet against Fairmont on Monday at Jackson Golf Club, posting scores much lower that those of their Cardinals opponents.
JCC’s Tyler Asa fired a 38 to take medalist honors in the boys’ competition and teammate Tanner Asa was second with a round of 40. Kaylee Benson was the medalist on the girls’ side with a round of 42 on a par 38 course.
The low scorers for the Cardinals were Colin Shantz on the boys’ side with a 45 and Emily Splinter on the girls’ side with a 49.
The Huskies won on the boys’ side with a team score of 170 compared to Fairmont’s total of 189. The JCC girls narrowly lost after posting a score of 216 in contrast to the Cardinals’ score of 211.
On the boys’ side, the Huskies’ team score was rounded out by Colton Ward and Joe Brinkman with a pair of 46s. John Marker came in with a 49 and Kyle Edlin posted a round of 50.
The JCC girls’ team score was rounded out by Blaike Smith (51), Alison Benson (60) and Kristin Schulz (63). Shelby Benson fired a 64 and Lexie Hoffman had a 68.