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L-S boys golf falls to Keota, looks to improve short game (Hometown Press article)

posted May 4, 2017, 6:56 PM by Webmaster lynnville-sully

L-S boys golf falls to Keota, looks to improve short game

The L-S boys golf team hosted another home meet last Thursday, Apr. 27. The Hawks faced off against an SICL opponent, the Keota Eagles, and fell by a score of 206, while the Eagles shot a 172.

“We are getting to be smarter golfers and starting to really focus on our short game. There are a lot of strokes to be made up there,” said head coach Justin Hagedorn.

Senior Isaac Collins led the team with his best score of the year, shooting a 46, which placed him in fourth, just two shots away from third. Junior Holden Jansen placed just behind Collins with a 47. Sophomore Abram Collins was third on the team with a score of 53, and senior Trevor Squires finished off the team score with a 60. Freshman Logan Ingersoll also played a round and shot a 62.

“It was a good night,” said Abram C. “Our scores keep dropping every meet, and with only three guaranteed meets left, we should be ready for sectionals.”

The Hawks’ next meet will be the SICL Conference Meet on Monday, May 8, at Oakland Acres.