Conference Golf Round Up

May 15—Lions take BCC

MONTGOMERY — The Loogootee Lions won the Blue Chip Tourney played Saturday Morning at Country Oaks.

Loogootee Lions won with a 315, South Knox — 326, Vincennes Rivet — 345, Barr-Reeve — 361, North Knox — 369, Wood Memorial — 382, NE Dubois — 391 and Washington Catholic — 394.

Barr-Reeve was fourth as Isaac Knepp shot 85, Levi Traylor 87, Pierce Madison 88, Chezney Sullivan 101 and Copeland Gish shot 111. WC was led by Eli Mullen with an 87, followed by Brady Hunter with a 90, Ethan Armstrong 107 and Will Bassler with a 110 and Issac Halter at 117. Other All-Conference Players Include: Conner Swartzentruber — Loogootee — 71 medalist, Parker Steininger — Vincennes Rivet — 72, Cameron Chattin — South Knox — 73, Easton Peters — South Knox — 75, Parker Arvin — Loogootee — 78, Chandler — Loogootee — 80, Isaac Knepp — Bar-Reeve — 85, Walton — Loogootee — 86, D. Bond — North Knox — 87, Eli Mullen — Washington Catholic — 87,Levi Traylor — Barr-Reeve — 87, Luke Bloebaum — South Knox — 88, M. Lyons — North Knox — 88, Pierce Madison — Barr-Reeve — 88.

Cougars play at Linton

LINTON — North Daviess posted a 375 to finish fourth at Phil Harris GC on Saturday for the SWIAC championship.

Shakamak won with a 357, as Bloomfield shot 371 and Eastern shot 372. ND's Cody Loheider shot 87 to lead the Cougs and finish All-Conference Honorable Mention. Other Cougar scores included Bub Pershing, who shot 94 and Nick Fine added a 95. Lance Stoll and Ethan White both added 99s. Shakamak's Will Miller was the overall medalist with an 80.

WHS 4th at PAC

MONTGOMERY — The Hatchets finished fourth at the PAC championship on Saturday afternoon at Country Oaks.

Gibson Southern won with a 317, followed by a 330 from South Spencer and a 343 from Heritage Hills.

WHS posted a 348, with Bensen Smith and Chris Meredith shooting 83 and 84 to make all-conference, while tying for 7th and 9th overall. Michael McCarthy added an 88 and Patrick McCarthy's 93 rounded out the scoring, Brian Martinez also shot 96.

"Really proud of the guys today — each of them had a hole or two they wish they could have back today. Another learning day, but we are getting better as a team score wise so that's exciting. Our goal was a top three finish, and we finished tied for 4th, but as has been the theme all year — every stroke counts," said coach Trey Miller. "We (at Country Oaks) were honored to host the blue chip and PAC yesterday — it's a testament to how hard our staff works out here at the course and also to our welcoming local communities as people continue to want to come into Daviess County for tournaments and events."