FMHS boys take 2nd at home triangular

FMHS freshman Tommy Wade hits a high iron on Hole 9 from behind the trees on the right side of the fareway. Wade landed the shot about 13 feet from hole and settled for par. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC


FORT MADISON – Fort Madison freshman Tommy Wade shot a career-best 42 in a Bloodhound second-place finish in a triangular Monday.

Fort Madison played host to Washington and Fairfield at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course in boys high school golf action.

Washington won the meet with a 159 and had both medalist Jacob Van Osdal, who shot an even par 36, and the runner up Brick Jobaski with a 40.

Wade led the Hounds with his 42, just two strokes off the medalist runner-up honor. Tristan Reida shot a 48, followed by CJ Richardson’s 49, Tyler Otool shot a 50. Brandon Keester and Bill Young shot a 54 and 57, respectively

The Hounds play in a Washington Invite this Saturday.

Tyler Otool chips from just off the green on Hole No. 8 at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course Monday as part of the Bloodhounds triangular with Washington and Fairfield. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

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