Adrian golfers post combined 7-0 record
The Adrian golf teams found success when they played at a pair of events.
The Dragons swept their opponents during a home triangular Thursday. The AHS boys went 2-0 at an event in Fulda Monday, while the girls went 1-0.
Adrian hosts a triangular Thursday.
The AHS squads produced a combined 3-0 record at a triangular meet in Fulda Monday.
The AHS boys turned in a 169-stroke total to best Westbrook-Walnut Grove (185) and Fulda (197).
The Dragon girls bested Fulda 184-216, while W-WG was incomplete.
Adrian’s Collin Kemper earned medalist honors for the boys by shooting a 41, while Ben Henning (42), Ryan Elias (43) and Brady Henning (43) made contributions to the team tally.
Tommy McCarthy and Mitchell Veld shot respective 44- and 47-stroke rounds without influencing the scoring.
Mackenzie Wagner led the AHS girls to a 32-shot win over Fulda by firing a 44.
Alexia Kemper, Katie Wieneke and Jada Elias added 45-, 46- and 49-stroke scores to the team tally, while Madelyn Odell and Courtney Penning turned in 65- and 66-stroke rounds without padding the team score.
The Adrian golf teams dominated play when they entertained a pair of foes for a triangular meet Thursday in Adrian.
The Adrian boys took top honors with a 161-stroke total in a field that included Fulda (211) and Southwest Christian (226).
Ben Henning carded a two-over-par 38 to capture medalist honors for AHS.
Elias, Kemper and McCarthy capped the team scoring by registering 41s for the winners, while Veld and Henning shot respective 51- and 54-stroke rounds without impacting the scoring.
SWC’s Jacob Kreun and Fulda’s Cory Renneke led their squads by shooting 47s.
The Adrian girls recorded a 190-stroke effort to top Fulda (225) and SWC (262).
Wieneke led the Dragons by carding a medal-clinching round of 42 strokes.
Wagner shot a 48 for the hosts, while Elias and Kemper capped the team scoring with 50s.
Odell and Penning shot 58- and 66-stroke rounds without impacting the scoring.
Caitlyn Strenge paced Fulda with a 51, while Katie Van Dam led the E-Gals with a 54.