On Thursday, August 12, the weather allowed the Kewanee Boys and Annawan Wethersfield Boys and Girls to visit golf courses in Henry County, but prevented the Kewanee Girls from pitching in Peoria.
The Kewanee boys held LaSalle-Peru in Baker Park.
Carter Fenza shot 39 to win match medalists and lead the Cavaliers to a 167-197 win over the Boilermakers.
Kewanee’s medalist was Emmitt Brokaw, who carded 45. Other boiler makers were Chaz Peed, 48; Lucas Ensely, 50; Brendon Lewis, 54; Andrew Norton, 59, and Cade Ahlgren, 69.
Scoring for LP were Coleman Rundle, 41; Connor Noramczyk, 43, and Drake Hawthorne 44. Also on the track were Jon Milota and Caden Valenzuela, both 47.
The Kewanee girls were supposed to be playing Bartonville Limestone at Limestone Madison Golf Course in Peoria, but by noon it was clear that storms in the area would prevent the game.
DEPENDS ON: Kewanee Boys golf matches are scheduled for 4pm Monday, August 16 against Geneseo, Hall and Mercer Counties at Baker Park; Wednesday, August 18, 4:00 pm against Midland Varna, Stark County and Williamsfield at Baker Park; and 4 p.m. Thursday, August 19, against Ridgewood and St. Bede in Baker Park.
The girls only have one game, Monday August 16 at 4pm, against Bureau Valley and LaSalle-Peru in Hidden Lakes, Sheffield.
The Titans hosted the Galva Wildcats at the Midland Golf Course in rural Kewanee.
Stark County prevailed among the boys in the triangle at 196, followed by Galva at 221 and AW at 227.
Galva’s Jaxson Willer carded 42 for the match medalist. The AW medalist was Caleb McGill, 51.
Also counting for the Titans were Ben Ryan, 57; Seth Moore, 58, and Branton Robinson, 61. Others on the course included Will Rumbold, 62, and Landon Smith, 78.
Stark County’s golfers were James Groter, 47; Colin Streitmatter, 49; Jack Colgan and Jimmy Langdon, 50s; Drew Rumbold, 61, and Kaegan Newton, 62.
Representing Galva were Willer Hunter McDonald, 56; John Bersell, 60; Drew DeMay, 63, and TJ Conner, 77.
AW only had three girls so no team results were reported.
Elizabeth McGill of the Titans shot 63 for the medalists. Other Titans on the line were Elaina Manuel, 68, and Katie Attig, 84.
Galva golfers were Sarah Kocon, 73; Jaydon Sallee, 77; Taylor Haga, 78; Ava Anderson, 82, and Tori Conner, 84.
DEPENDS ON: The AW boys and girls have three meetings next week, all in Midland. They are hosting Orion on Monday, August 16 at 4pm; Fulton at 4 p.m. Wednesday August 18; and Galva and West Central at 4 p.m. Thursday August 19.