The Woodward-Granger Hawks finished eighth at this past weekend’s golf event at Ames with a combined 375 score.
At the May 5 meet, Hawks’ Nick Brummond led the squad with an 18-hole round of 85. He finished off his day with eight pars - five in the back nine, six bogeys, three doubles and a triple.
Teammate Coby Peters was second on the team when he finished with a 91. Trey Lettow also shot in the 90s with a 97 and Hunter Pierce’s 102, was the Hawks final counted score.
Other W-G players taking a swing at Ames, was Max Helbling (105), Jimmy Guzzi (112), Matt Buch (113) and Nick Buch 121.
The Nevada squad captured first place with a 305, followed by the host Gilbert Tigers with a 315. Ballard’s 325 rounded out the to three.
In fourth was Boone and their 127 score, with Dallas Center-Grimes coming in fifth with a 334, and Bondurant-Farrar’s 343 placed them seventh.
This was the second game in as many days for the Hawks who, along with the girls’ team, participated in a nine hole golf showdown at the Don Williams Golf Course in Mound, Iowa.
The event hosted by the Ogden Bulldogs on Friday, May 4, saw both W-G golf squads record second place finishes- boys’ 197, girls’ 252.
W-G’s Cierra DeHoet, for the girls, not only once again led the team with a low score of 49, but she finished just two stroked behind the medalist winner, Maranda Wheelock of Ogden.
Hawks’ Aubrey Mescher was second on the team with a 58, Emily Trewet was third with a 68 and Megan Burkhart shot a 77. Bailey Thompson ended her day with an 85.
For the boys, Brummond edged out Peters for the team’s lowest score of the day at 44. Peter shot a 45, Matt finished with a 50 and Lettow shot a 54. Helbling and Nick ended their day with a 58 and 63.
Both of the host’s teams finished first with the boys combining for a 180 and the girls a 210. The Madrid boys were third with a 198 and the girls failed to turn in a score card.