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Yates claims another medalist honor, but Lynx nipped by 2 strokes by Bulldogs

April 15, 2013
The Daily Freeman Journal

HAMPTON - Webster City sophomore Logan Yates claimed a second straight medalist honor, but Hampton-Dumont had better balance in a 175-177 North Central Conference dual-meet victory on Friday at the par-37 Hampton County Club.

"The weather was not ideal, wind chills in the low 20s with snow flurries ... the players struggled with the conditions, but we still got to compete with a conference school," WCHS coach Dave Brighton said.

The Bulldogs' four scoring players were separated by just five shots; the Lynx had 10 strokes separating its counters.

Yates posted a 3-over par 40 to sneak by Hampton-Dumont's Mitch Vetter (42) by two strokes for the top spot.

Twin brothers Avery and Alec Fuhs carded rounds of 43 and 44 for the Lynx. John Ferrell and Sean Vogelbacher both shot 50.

Lynx girls drop home dual meet to Bulldogs

WEBSTER CITY - Hampton-Dumont's Madison Sietsema and Katie Brolsma occupied the top two spots on the individual leaderboard and led the Bulldogs to a 232-257 North Central Conference dual-meet victory over Webster City on a blustery Friday afternoon at the Webster City Links.

With the temperatures in the 30s, Sietsema carded a 50 and Brolsma turned in a 56.

Webster City was led by Megan Gilbert with a 60, one stroke better than teammate Maricruz Arriola. Brittany Carlson (67) and Shannon Swon (69) also had an impact on the team's final tally.

"The weather was brutal, but the girls fought their way through the course," WCHS coach Catherine Schroeder said.

Catie Boyd's 61 led the WCHS junior varsity team to a 261-273 win over the Bulldogs.

Trojans finish 7th at Waterloo Christian Invitational

WATERLOO - The Northeast Hamilton boys' golf team shot a 487 and finished seventh at Saturday's Waterloo Christian Invitational at Gates Park.

The Trojans were without their top two players - Trevor Klaver and Logan Seiser.

Andy Olson led the team with a 114, one shot better than Kevin Sweet (115). Nick Speicher (120), Tristan Nicholson (138) and Hunter Dilley (153) completed the lineup.

Denver won the team crown with a 314. No other scores were available.

 
 

 

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