B-R WHS separated by just one stroke

Todd Lancaster, Washington Times-Herald, Ind.
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Apr. 12—MONTGOMERY — Area schools avoided the raindrops for much of Saturday afternoon in the Washington Invitational golf meet originally scheduled for Vincennes, but was moved to Country Oaks after a scheduling conflict.

Evansville Mater Dei claimed the win with a 326. Barr Reeve finished a close second with 330, and Washington right behind at 331. Other area sectional schools, included South Knox 347, Vincennes Lincoln 401, Washington Catholic 444 and North Daviess 449.

Mater Dei also had the low individual with a 67. Washington's Dom DePass posted a 74, while Barr-Reeve's Sam Emmons and Brayten Yoder shot 77s.

As a team B-R shot 330, the Yoder and Emmons 77s were followed by an 81 from Jayden Graber and a 95 from Noah Anderson. Owen Jarrett added a 117, but his score wasn't counted.

WHS finished one shot behind with a 331. DePass posted a +2 (74), while Zach Gray shot 80, Gunner Jones shot 88, Simon Parson's added an 89. Not scoring was Hunter McLeese with a 93. The Washington Gold team was led by Alex Boyd with a 96.

Logan Craney led WC with an 87, as his team shot 444. Markus Britton led ND with an 89 and they shot 449 as a team. The Washington Hatchet Early Invitational will be played at Country Oaks next Saturday as well.