The Ottumwa Courier


April 3, 2014

Big Reds win golf triangular over Chariton, EBF

OSKALOOSA — Back on the course for the first time since competing for the Class 3A state championship last spring, the Centerville boys golf team beat a pair of South Central Conference rivals on Thursday on a damp day at Harvest Point Golf Course. The Big Reds beat Chariton and Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont, the host school for the triangular, with an overall score of 155.

Former state champion Alex Moorman led the way for the Big Reds with a one-over par round of 36, good enough to beat out Centerville teammate Jacob Hargrave and Chariton's Daric Laing by two shots for meet medalist. Laing's 38 led the Chargers to a team round of 182, good enough for second as a team in the triangular. EBF, led by Jreyton Linderman's round of 50, finished third as team with a score of 210.

Centerville will be back on the course on Monday at Schuyler County in a meet at Lancaster, Mo. EBF will be back on the course Tuesday with Lynnville-Sully for a triangular meet at PCM while Chariton will host another SCC triangular with Albia and Clarke.


SCC Triangular

At Harvest Point Golf Course


Par 35

Team scoring — 1. Centerville 155, 2. Chariton 182, 3. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 210.

Medalist — Alex Moorman (Centerville) 36.

Runner-ups — Jacob Hargrave (CV) and Daric Laing (Chariton) 38.

Centerville individuals — Moorman 36, Hargrave 38, Blake Dabney 40, Brad Irwin 41, Kolten Belloma 43, Brett Kauzlarich 45, Conner Scully 46, Ryan Kaster 48.

Chariton individuals — Laing 38, T.J. Hockenson 43, Adam Kaska 49, Caden Steinhausen 52, Sean Sullenger 53, Carver Dow 54, Trevor Mark 55, Andrew Spinler 58.

EBF individuals — Jreyton Linderman 50, Logan Plate 52, Jeffrey Koebke 54, Austin Lorenz 54, Jacob Hargrave 59, Hunter Kelderman 61.

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