WAYNE — Dalton Lammers inked his name in the record book Saturday and helped Cedar Catholic win the MidState Conference golf title in the process.
Cedar’s senior golf stand-out fired a 73 to tie the meet record held by 2007 Cedar grad Miles Sudbeck.
“Records are meant to be broken or tied, and I’m real happy that it was another Cedar Catholic golfer that tied the record set by Miles,” Coach Mike Johnson said.
Despite the miserable golf conditions, Cedar’s golf team performed to perfection last week.
Two days prior to winning the conference golf title, the Trojans won the 17-team O’Neill Invitational.
“We had a really good week. The kids played real solid golf at O’Neill and at conference,” Coach Johnson said. “Both days the wind blew around 30-40 mph, and to shoot the team scores that we did is pretty amazing. When the wind is blowing that hard, it’s real easy to lose the mental part of the game. When we did have a bad hole, they put it behind them and did a great job of not letting that affect their next shot on the next hole.”
Cedar fired a 328 Saturday to earn a 14-stroke win over conference runner-up Norfolk Catholic.
All five of Johnson’s golfers finished the day under 90 and in the Top 10.
Cedar fired a 329 to claim top honors at O’Neill, defeating second-place Ord by seven strokes.
Hartington golfers compete at Osmond, O’Neill
O’NEILL — The Hartington Wildcat golf team had a busy week of action.
The local golf team earned runner-up honors at the 14-team Osmond Invitational on Saturday. The Wildcats took fifth-place honors two days earlier at the O’Neill Invitational.
Kolby Jueden fired an 84 to lead the HPS golfers at O’Neill.
Coach Ken Kneifl was pleased with his team’s play.
“Overall, this was another positive day,” he said.
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