ULLESTAD SHOOTS UNDER PAR, HAWK GOLFERS WIN EASILY: Trevor Ullestad birdied two of the three par-5s on his way to a round in the red at the Jewell Golf and Country Club yesterday afternoon.
The South Hamilton junior shot a 1-under 35 on the strength of the two birdies and six pars to claim the medalist honor by five shots over teammate Jordan Bowers (40).
The Hawks carded a 162 to easily top Heart of Iowa Conference foe Collins-Maxwell-Baxter (220) by 58 strokes.
Braxton Risetter (43) and Jacob Haugland (44) finished off the scoring for the Hawks.
"I was happy with Trevor's round and Jordan played pretty well," South Hamilton head coach Mark Ullestad said. "The other guys struggled a little bit; I don't know if the focus was quite there (yesterday)."
Jason Huntrods led CMB with a 51.
At Jewell Golf and Country Club
South Hamilton (162) - Trevor Ullestad 35, Jordan Bowers 40, Braxton Risetter 43, Jacob Haugland 44, Jordan Toillion 45, Lucas Fisher 46.
CMB (220) - Jason Huntrods 51, Garrett Huske 53, Levhi Bucklin 57, Jake Hemick 59.
Medalist - Ullestad (SH) 35. Runner-up - Bowers (SH) 40.
At Lincoln Valley Golf Course
1. PCM 391; 2. Nevada 398; 3. South Hamilton 418; 4. AGWSR 442; 5. South Tama 445; 6. East Marshall 462; 7. Grundy Center 462; 8. BCLUW 464; 9. West Marshall 466; 10. Des Moines Christian 503.
South Hamilton Scores
Brittney Butler 90, Maggie Peters 98, Sidney Alsager 114, Carly Swenson 116, Maddie Kuhfus 118, Hailey Stolt 124.
South Hamilton will travel to Story City to face Roland-Story on Thursday.
SH GIRLS 3rd, BUTLER 4th INDIVIDUALLY AT GOLF TOURNEY: Brittany Butler placed in the top five and the South Hamilton girls' golf team finished third at yesterday's West Marshall Invitational at Lincoln Valley Golf Course in State Center.
The Hawks shot a 418 to trail only tournament champion PCM (391) and runner-up Nevada (398).
Butler was consistent on the par-72 layout en route to a 90, good enough for fourth. South Tama's Paige Van Dyk was the individual winner with an 80.
Maggie Peters tied for sixth with a 98 for the Hawks. Sidney Alsager, playing as the team's No. 6 player, jumped up to third on the roster with a 114. Carly Swenson added a 116.