WHS BOYS' AND GIRLS' GOLF: Trojan golf splits with CardinalsREDWOOD FALLS — Worthington’s golf team split with Redwood Valley Friday, as the girls’ squad knocked off the Cardinals 193-210 and the boys fell 165-177.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
REDWOOD FALLS — Worthington’s golf team split with Redwood Valley Friday, as the girls’ squad knocked off the Cardinals 193-210 and the boys fell 165-177.
Seth Meier led the way for the Trojan boys, scoring a 41, while Alex Kremer hit a 43, Jacob Woll shot a 45 and Will Mulder added a 48. Jacob Weg had a 52 and Zach Heidebrink had a 53 for the Trojans.
“When the rain came, the wind died, but we still had the rain, so it wasn’t quite perfect,” WHS coach Ron Wood said. “For a lot of the boys it was their first time on the course and there are some unique holes.
“It wasn’t that they played bad, but it was just a different course for them.”
For the girls, Kate Lesnar was the low medalist, shooting a 40, while McKenzie Hurley broke into the 40s for the first time on the season, shooting a 49, and Mariah Haffield and Morgan Harberts added 52s for the Trojans. Genna Putnam shot a 55 and Tyree Murray had a 57 on the day for Worthington.
“McKenzie (Hurley) had a breakthrough today, shooting in the 40s,” Wood said. “That gives us four girls who have shot in the 40s this season.
“We threw a lot of strokes away chipping and putting, but that’s something we can work on.”
Worthington will host Marshall Tuesday.