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Plainview Invite

By Larry Knaak

May 07, 2018

Plainview Invite 2018

May 5, 2018


Individual Results

 

Team Results

               

Place

Name

School

Score

 

Place

School

Score

1

Chase Largen

Creighton

71

 

1

Creighton

309

2

Mason Hale

West Holt

72

 

2

West Holt

318

3

Braxton Brockhaus

Creighton

75

 

3

Norfolk Catholic

333

4

Bryce Kerkman

West Holt

76

 

4

Laurel-Concord/Coleridge

346

5

Dysen Roth

Pierce

77

 

5

Pierce

349

6

Brady Brockhaus

Creighton

77

 

6

Oakland-Craig

351

7

Jarret Cerny

Norfolk Catholic

78

 

7

Neligh-Oakdale

373

8

Ty Erwin

Laurel-Concord/Coleridge

80

 

8

Battle Creek

378

9

Drew Pospisil

Norfolk Catholic

81

 

9

Crofton

389

10

Austin Wenner

West Holt

82

 

10

Plainview

389

11

Karsen Klooz

Laurel-Concord/Coleridge

82

 

11

Elgin/Pope John

392

12

Ian Lundquist

Oakland-Craig

82

 

12

Randolph

393

13

Jake Lingenfelter

Plainview

83

 

13

Bloomfield/Wausa

442

14

Liam Heithoff

Elgin/Pope John

84

 

14

Ainsworth

2203

15

Eric Anderson

Norfolk Catholic

85

 

15

33

4000

 

            As Chase Largen of Creighton and Mason Hale battled it out for medalist honors, the two teams also battled it out for the team title.  Creighton won the title even though each team placed three players in the top ten.

            Jake Lingenfelter led Plainview to a 10th place finish with their lowest team score of the season.  The third hole on each round kept Lingenfelter from placing high that 13th.  A par on each round would have moved him up 8 places.  Matt Hoffmann shot a career low of 48 on the front nine.  On the back nine, Hoffmann had two 8s that pushed him to a 55 and a 101 total for the day.

            Colin Springer had a problem with an 8 on the front nine and two 8s on the back nine as he shot 50-52.   Springer is struggling with consistency of distance as he has changed his tempo of his swing.  Each meet he becomes more familiar to eliminate the high scores on any hole.  Riley Kaup ended the team scoring as he shot 50-53.  Kaup also struggled with a hole (#6) that prevented him from a very good round.  Kaup's back nine included a birdie and two pars on the par 3s.  Both Springer and Kaup must learn to not let a bad shot bother them by hitting another bad shot.  Jordan Booth's score did not count in the team standing.  Booth had a poor first round  of 59 but he did improve to 52 on the back nine.

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