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Granite Falls Advocate Tribune - Granite Falls, MN
  • Boys' golf journal: Boys’ golf takes third in meet

  • West Central South (Atwater) Sophomore Mitch McCosh tied for second and the Yellow Medicine East team placed third Tuesday at the West Central Conference South boys' golf meet at Atwater on Tuesday. Montevideo won the meet and Benson finished second as the two teams c...
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  • West Central South
    (Atwater)
    Sophomore Mitch McCosh tied for second and the Yellow Medicine East team placed third Tuesday at the West Central Conference South boys' golf meet at Atwater on Tuesday.
     
    Montevideo won the meet and Benson finished second as the two teams continue to battle for the conference championship with just two meets remaining on the West Central Conference South schedule.
     
    The Sting are in fifth place currently in the conference and well behind Montevideo and Benson in the point standings.
    Team scoring
    (1) Montevideo 157 (2) Benson 168 (3) Yellow Medicine East 174 (4) BOLD 176 (5) Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 183 (6) Morris Area 189 (7) Lac qui Parle Valley 207
    Individual (top five)
    (1) Philip Ward, Mon, 36 (t2) Mitch McCosh, YME, 38 (t2) Jordan Kolden, Mor, 38 (t2) Brody Gimberlin, Ben, 38 (5) Taylor Larson, ACGC, 39
    YME individual results
    Mitch McCosh 38, Spencer McCosh 44, Charles Blue 45, Sam Jans 47
    West Central South
    (Montevideo)
    The Sting boys golf team fell further back in the West Central Conference South meet chase as conference favorites Montevideo and Benson went one, two Thursday at The Crossings in Montevideo while the Sting placed sixth.
     
    Montevideo and Benson effectively made it a two team race for the conference title with the ThunderHawks winning the meet by a tiebreaker. Overall, Benson still retains their hold on the WCC-South standings with 26 placing points. Montevideo sits in second place just a point behind the Braves with three conference meets remaining.
     
    The Sting meanwhile placed six, twenty strokes ahead of last placed Lac qui Parle Valley.
     
    Charles Blue led the Sting with a 41, while Jordan Zens and Mitch McCosh swung 44s and Spencer McCosh carded a 47.
    Team scoring
    (1) Montevideo 158 (won tiebreaker) (2) Benson 158 (3) Morris/Chokio-Alberta 167 (4) BOLD 170 (won tiebreaker) (5) ACGC 170 (6) YME 176 (7) LqPV 196
    Individual (top five)
    (1) Jordan Kolden, MCA, 36 (2) tie, Philip Ward, Mont, and Jordan Burns, Ben, 37 (4) Brody Gimberlin, Ben, 39 (5) tie, Grant Tufto, Mont, Mike Moritz, Mont, and Riley Sigdahl, LQPV, 40
    YME individual results
    Charles Blue 41, Jordan Zens 44, Mitch McCosh 44, Spencer McCosh 47

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