The Ottumwa Courier


April 3, 2013

Indians take second at golf tourney

GRANGER —  The Oskaloosa boys golf team took second in a golf tournament at the Jester Golf Course with a team score of 182.

Clay Tucker led the Indians with a round of 43 and Andrew Shaffer carded a 44. The Indians finished behind Des Moines Christian, which shot a 166 and ahead of Woodward-Granger, which shot a 185. Madrid came in fourth with a 204.

In addition, Osky’s Tanner Lanphier shot a 47, Andrew Brouwer finished with a 48, Ethan Farner carded a 49 and Logan shot a 56.

At Jester Golf Course

April 2, 2014

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Team scoring — Des Moines Christian 166, Oskaloosa 182, Woodward-Granger 185, Madrid 204.

Medalist — Chris Sturdivant (DMC) 37.

Runner-up — Ryan Minor (DMC) 39.

Top 10 — 1. Sturdivant (DMC) 37; 2. Minor (DMC) 39; 3. Alex Harland (WG) 42; T4. Clay Tucker (OSKY) 43, Chris McConahay 43 (MAD); T5. Andrew Shaffer (OSKY) 44; Tommy Shisler 44; 6. Keaton Van Soelen 46; T7. Noah Miller (DMC) 47; Tyler Wedner (WG) 47, Drew Latta (MAD) 47, Tanner Lanphier (OSKY).     

Oskaloosa individuals — 1. Tucker 43, 2. Shaffer 44, 3. Lanphier 47, 4. Brouwer 48, 5.  Farner 49, 6. Logan Lunsford 56.

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