Barr, Robu card 45s to lead HTC

Kyle Bredemeyer chips onto the par-4 sixth hole after his second shot missed the green on the top right side. Bredemeyer would get a bogey 5 on the hole and finish with a 46 for the meet. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

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FORT MADISON – Holy Trinity’s Josh Barr and Ali Robu both shot a 45 on the front nine at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course to lead the Crusaders over Van Buren in the dual meets.

Robu’s 45 was good enough for medalist honors in the girls meet. Robu is the only girl playing for HTC, but outpaced Van Buren’s Kolbie Bass, who shot a 51.

Holy Trinity’s Ali Robu reacts to miss on a 10-inch put that bumped into the flag stick on the par-4, sixth hole in a dual with Van Buren Monday afternoon. Robu medaled with a 45 on the front nine at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

Barr’s 45 was one stroke ahead of Kyle Bredemeyer to take top honors for Holy Trinity, but Van Buren’s Jacob Plecker and Clayton Bruckman shot a 40 and 41 respectively for medalist and runner-up honors.

However, the Crusaders got a couple of 48s from Trevor Mohrfeld and Colby Bredemeyer for a 187 team score, which was six shots better than the Warriors.

Team scoring takes the top four individual scores. Mason Holvoet shot a 51 and Brandon Delaney carded a 50, but didn’t make the team scoring.

The boys will host Fort Madison and Central Lee in a triangular meet on Thursday, again at Sheaffer’s.

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