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Antelope Country Club Quadrangular

By Larry Knaak

April 06, 2018

            The boys' golf team was able to play their second meet of the year when they traveled to the Antelope Country Club for a quadrangular.  The Pirates had been unable to get in much practice as their opponents since  the Plainview course was snow-covered.

            Colin Springer led the team with 52.  Springer played fairly consistent except for his second hole that was a disaster.  Springer finished his round with a par on the tough 9th hole.  Jake Lingenfelter started out with an O-B on the first hole but played well until he came to the tough 7th hole where he proceeded to have 4 O-B due to some poor judgment.  But even Sergio had this in The Masters on Thursday.

            Riley  Kaup was unable to overcame his jitters as he continues to play in the third spot with little experience.  However, Kaup was one of two players to record a par the 6th hole during the meet.  Kaup had a 62.  Jordan Booth finished up the team scoring with a 64.  Booth has had some appointments that caused him to have very little practice.  Jacob Ziegenbein was pushed into varsity action as two members of the team were at FFA convention.  Ziegenbein had a few hi-lights as he continues to improve.  Ziegenbein shot 78.

            The meet on April 2 was postponed to Saturday, April 21.

            The team hopes for warmer weather as they will have three matches next week.  The team hosts Clearwater-Orchard, Niobrara-Verdigre on April 10th, travel to Leigh for the Clarkson-Leigh Invite on April 11th, and finish up the week by hosting the Plainview Invite on April 14th. 

            Coach Knaak stated " He was disappointed in the scores but if the team re-focuses the remainder of the season they will get better.

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