Men's golf places 10th in Turlock

John Karichu follows the flight of his shot from the first tee during the Sigona Bowl golf tournament at Sigona Golf Club

John Karichu follows the flight of his shot from the first tee during the Sigona Bowl golf tournament at Sigona Golf Club

Finally able to get the season started, the Concordia High School golf team had three players compete in the Chapman Invitational at Indian Hills Golf Course on Tuesday.

Not only that, but his junior varsity finished with a 206 to also slip past the Eagles. "We shot about 10 strokes better than last week".

Crowe tied for the team lead with five birdies in his final round at Gaston Country Club, including three on the front nine.

Coach Brian Quinn is still tweaking his starting lineup, but he said that one of the keys this week was the addition of senior Mark Farley, who shot 74 and 71 during the weekend. She played her final 13 holes of Tuesday at three-under, sinking birdies on No. 16, No. 3 and No. 4 to tie for the second-best individual round of the day.

"We just want to compete in all of our duals and all of our tournaments", Shineman said. "My short game was the best it has been all spring so I was happy about that". Arkansas-Fort Smith is in second at 7-over par before the log jam begins as the next six teams are separated by just 20 strokes. Rounding out the team on Friday was Felicia Chang '20 with an 86 (+14) in her first match of the spring season.

Rounding out the Eastern squad was another freshman, Sara Guetersloh who shot +40 in the tournament. Like Hasprey, she shot +24 in her second round, with two triple bogeys. Burns's charge in the second round allowed him to finish 11th at the invitational. The highlight of the event was Julie Luo's '19 dominant performance, which led her to her first collegiate tournament win. "We've put in a lot of practice in the last week or so".

There was a large gap in separation between Eastern and the teams at the top of the standings, and also in the middle of the standings as far as that is concerned.

This time gathering on The Tradition Golf Course in Charlotte serving as the home stomping ground of league member Vance, the Wildcats posted a team total of 153 strokes to chime in as the match runner-up, while the Devils racked up 162 strokes to land third. The California University of Pennsylvania won the tournament with an overall score of 598.

Hadwin finished the four-round event at one-under par, tied with fellow golfers Branden Grace, Si Woo Kim and Bernd Wiesberger.

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