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April 23, 2014

Prep Roundup


Records: Concord (3-0) hsots Jimtown and Mishawaka Marian tonight at Bent Oak.

JV: CMA 185 (Liam Diebel 39), Concord 252, LaVille 253.

Lakers split NECC decisions

The Lakeland Lakers recorded a team score of 177 to defeat West Noble (211) and lose to Churubusco (166) in NECC action Tuesday at Heron Creek Golf Club near LaGrange.


Churubusco (165) — Brandon Norris 40, Beau Barkley 41, Brad Martin 41, Trey Mayer 43, Mike Erwin 49.

Lakeland (177) — Isaac Kilgore 41, Brad Pearson 41, Lukas Long 44, Cole Long 51, Dustin Riehl 53.

West Noble (211) — Tim Dice 48, Grant Moser 53, Jacob Musselman 53, Tim Stohlman 57, Phil Miller 62.

Kauffman leads Panthers to victory

Logan Kauffman carded a 39, leading the NorthWood Panthers to a 159-171 win over the Fairfield Falcons Monday evening at McCormick Creek Golf Course in Nappanee. John Stack fired a 39 to share medalist honors with Kauffman.


NorthWood (159) — Logan Kauffman 39, Brayden Glaser 40, Alec Dutkowski 40, Matt Ely 40, Nick Myers 46.

Fairfield (171) — John Stack 39, Andrew Fritchley 41, Andrew Hoover 44, Tyler Hostetler 47, Landyn Nunemaker 50.

Record: Fairfield (2-1) vs. SB Riley (Erskine Park), Northwood vs. Central (Christiana Creek), both Thursday, April 24.

JV: NorthWood 194 (Hayden Kltoz 45), Fairfield 201.

Couriers nip Bruins

The Clinton Christian Couriers defeated the Bethany Christian Bruins, 218-220, Monday night at Black Squirrel Golf Club in Goshen. Cory Eash of Clinton and Ryan Miller of Bethany shared medalist honors with 44s.


Clinton (218) — Cory Eash 44, Josh Horst 48, Keydrick Miller 54, Tylan Mullet 72.

Bethany (220) — Ryan Miller 44, Bryce Miller 52, Zac Zmudzinski 56, Justin Zehr 57.

Records: Clinton 1-0, Bethany 0-1.


Falcons blank Chargers

The Fairfield Falcons recorded a 5-0 win over the West Noble Chargers in an NECC match Tuesday evening at West Noble,


No. 1 — Emily Mast (F) def. Haley Teel 6-0, 6-1.

No. 2 — Lauren Streit (F) def. Anna Buttgen 6-0, 6-0.

No. 3 — Margie Stutzman (F) def. Josie Gibbons 6-0, 6-0.


Brooke Hochstedler-Leah Wimmer (F) def. Rachel SchermerhornBrett Coverstone 6-1, 6-4.

No. 2 — Janay Miller-Shannon Yoder (F) def. Bailey Kruger-Vanesa Ratliff 6-2, 6-3.

Record: Fairfield (2-1, 2-0 NECC) visits Warsaw Thursday.

JV: Fairfield won 5-1. (Fairfield winners: Delaney Hochstedler, Jenna Zollinger, Kylee Zollinger, Hannah Toole-Kirsten Toole, Lyndsea Bontrager-Atlanta Swank).

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