Central Lee’s Hawk makes 1st team at SEISC golf meet

Holy Trinity Catholic's Trevor Mohrfeld chips up to the green after his tee-shot landed just right of the 16th green Monday morning. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

BY CHUCK VANDENBERG
PCC EDITOR

FORT MADISON – Jadon Hawk shot an 85 good enough for 9th place and the final 1st team position at Monday’s Southeast Iowa Superconference boys high school golf meet.

West Burlington/Notre Dame’s Matt Briggs was medalist with a four-over 76. New London’s Clayton Phillips shot a 77 for runner up at the meet held at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course in Fort Madison.

Hawk started with a couple sevens on holes 2 and 3 before recording four 3s on the next five holes including two birdies to got out with four-over 40, which was tied for 3rd best over the front nine. But he couldn’t find a birdie on the back nine and played bogie golf the rest of the way for a nine-over 45 coming in.

Central Lee’s Dalton Durand putts from just off the 16th green on his way to a 94 on the day at the Southeast Iowa Superconference golf meet Monday morning at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course. Central Lee finished 5th overall. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

The Hawks KJ Skow shot an 87 and made the 2nd team, while Blaine Watkins carded a 92 and made the 3rd team.

The Hawks finished fifth in team scoring with a 359 and Holy Trinity finished in a tie for 8th with Mediapolis shooting a 397.

Only four shots separated the top four teams with Winfield-Mt. Union winning the meet with a 345 just one stroke ahead of Van Buren and three ahead of New London. WB/ND took fourth with a 349.

Holy Trinity Catholic’s Kyle Bredemeyer shot a 93 to lead the Crusaders with a 3rd team finish. Trevor Mohrfeld also made the 3rd team with a 94. Central Lee’s Dalton Durand, who played in the same group with Mohrfeld also shot a 94 and made the 3rd team.

Other top local players included Kody Sapp who shot a 99 and was named honorable mention.

HTC’s Mason Holvoet shot a 101, Brandon Delaney shot a 109, Colby Bredemeyer carded a 121. Central Lee’s Bryce Finney shot a 118 to round out the scoring for the Hawks.

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