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Cornbelt golf teams in action

By Staff | May 4, 2010

by David Swartz

Managing Editor

WESLEY – The Armstrong-Ringsted boys golf team won Friday against Corwith-Wesley-Luverne 182 to 187. Golfers from Twin River Valley also competed.

CWL swept medalist honors as Mitchell Carroll shot a 44 and Josh Hilbert had a 45, but A-R was more consistent with all four scores in the 40s.

Spencer Clausen and Dylan Looft each shot 45s while Keith Mathine and Ethan Jensen each shot 46s.

Non-counting scores were a 61 from Ethan Eisenbacher and a 63 from David Leach.

In girls golf, CWL with a 177 to A-R’s 197. TRV had just three golfers compete.

Cassie Cinks of TRV took medalist honors with a 54 with CWL’s Melissa Otis earning runnerup honors, also with a 54.

A-R was led by Megan Sanders with a 68 while Katelyn Cheever had a 66, Courtney Lindell shot a 73 and Jalissa Irmiter had a 76.

Non-counting score was an 82 from Becky Cronk.

G-T plays at Okoboji invite

ARNOLDS PARK – The Graettinger-Terril boys golf team took part in an 18-hole tournament Saturday-the Okoboji Invitational at Emerald Hills.

The Knights finished eighth overall with a 395. Okoboji won with a 311 followed by hartley-Melvin-Sanborn with 349, Emmetsburg with 354, Boyden-Hull with 367, Sibley-Ocheyedan with 380, Pocahontas Area with 381, H-Lp with 390 and the Knights with 385 and the Okoboji JV with 416.

“Emerald Hills is a great course to play on to get some 18-hole tournament experience,” said G-T coach Brent Dyhrkopp. “Plus you get to play against great competition. The wind made the course really tough.”

The Knights were led by Cody Dyhrkopp with a 90 while Ryan Schany shot a 94, Zach Harris a 105 and Mitch Girres a 106.

Non-counting scores were a 11 from Quinn Parker and a 128 from Tanner Naig.