Crestwood boy golfers down Turkey Valley
Wed, 04/26/2017 - 11:28am admin
CRESCO - The Crestwood boys’ golf team competed hard against Charles City on Monday, April 17 in an 18-hole meet before losing to the Comets, 351-359.
Playing against Turkey Valley Friday, April 21, at Jackson Heights, the Cadets chalked up a 169-194 win over the Trojans in the varsity meet. In the Junior Varsity meet, the Cadets posted a 190-264 win.
Charles City meet
The Charles City Comets edged the Cadet boys’ golf team, 351-359, last Tuesday at Cedar Ridge in Charles City during an 18-hole meet.
Cadet varsity scores included: Justin Reinking 86; Alex Kerian 89; Kristian Szajna 91; Colten Wiley 93; Isaiah Passmore 94; Harry Kitchen 110.
In the Junior Varsity meet, Charles City beat the Cadets in nine holes, 195-208. Cadet JV scores included: Riley Foote 48; Dalton Scheidel 50; Colby Fye 55; Dakota Casper 55; Jarrett Rice 65; Frank Hrdlicka 67; Cade Wenthold 69.
“This was a pretty good meet for us,” Cadet Coach Lynn McCormick said. “Justin Reinking led the way with an 86 over 18 holes and Colten Wiley played much better. Alex had a tough day but I am sure he will bounce back next meet. Overall, again our scores improved and that is good to see.”
Cadets beat Trojans
Crestwood senior Alex Kerian carded an impressive one-over par 37 to earn medalist honors and led the Cadets to a 169-194 win over the Trojans Friday. Crestwood’s team scores was its lowest of the year.
Other varsity scores for the Cadets included: Kristian Szajna 42; Isaiah Passmore 45; Riley Foote 45.
Cadet JV scores included: Colten Wiley 45; Harry Kitchen 48; Dakota Casper 48; Dalton Scheidel 49; Colby Fye 50; Zeke Church 51; Jarrett Rice 53; Reece Meinecke 59.
“It was a very good day for us,” Coach McCormick said. “We were led by Alex as he shot a one-over par 37 on the day earning meet medalist honors.
“All the kids came in with very good scores today. Our team score was the lowest of the season! We are making progress and improving every meet. I hope that continues as we head in to the second half of the season.”