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October 7, 2013

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MARION — The seventh-ranked Indian Hills golf team dominated the 2013 Kirkwood Eagles Classic Sunday and Monday, taking home first place honors by 24 strokes.

The top of the leaderboard was swimming with Warrior linksters. Harrison Moore snared first place with a score of 143 and Jakob Garstecki came in second with 145. Indian Hills tied for third with Sam Sloman, who was playing as an individual — each Warrior carded a 146. In addition, Josh Smith finished seventh with a 147 and Luke Monson notched 10th with a 150.

"Today, the 289 was very good," Indian Hills coach Mike Hagen said. "The wind really blew, which made the back nine pretty tough.

"We needed to get that first win out of the way before we host our tournament and go into the National Preview Championship this weekend. We need to start learning how to win together."

Kirkwood took second with 601 and Iowa Central grabbed third with 627.

The Warriors put on the Community First Credit Union Fall Shootout Saturday at the Ottumwa Country Club.

2013 Kirkwood Eagles Fall Classic

At Hunter's Ridge Golf Course

Par 72

Team scoring —1. Indian Hills 288-289, 577; 2. Kirkwood 297-304, 601; 3. Iowa Central 302-325, 627; 4. Mount Mercy University 304-316, 620; 5. Northeastern 311-330, 641; 6. North Iowa Area Community College 324-323, 647.

Medalist —Harrison Moore.

Runner-up — Jakob Garstecki.

Indian Hills — 1. Harrison Moore 70-73, 143; 2. Jakob Garstecki 73-72, 145; T3. Colin Pearson 75-71, 146; 7. Josh Smith 74-73, 147; 10. Luke Monson 71-79, 150.

Indian Hills Individual — Sam Sloman 73-73, 146.

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