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May 14, 2013

Rivet wins at Blue Chip

MONTGOMERY — MONTGOMERY - Vincennes Rivet took team honors and North Knox¹s Brady Carrie was match medalist Saturday at the Blue Chip Conference golf match at Country Oaks Golf Club.

The Patriots shot 323 to clip second-place South Knox by 18 strokes. North Knox (366), Washington Catholic (386), Loogootee (391), Barr-Reeve (393), Wood Memorial (413) and Northeast Dubois (463) completed the eight-team field.

Ethan Wichman paced Washington Catholic to the fourth-place finish with a round of 92. Wichman also made the all-conference team with Barr-Reeve’s Eric Wagler (85) and Loogootee¹s Chris Lyons (91).

Jon Mitchell and AJ Sellers each recorded rounds of 97, Brian Brown 100 and Brandon Strange 109.

“Our young team continues to show steady improvement,” Washington Catholic coach Morris Petty said. “Our ball striking is coming around, but we have to become more consistent in our short game, especially with our putting. I’m pleased with the progress they are making and we hope to continue improving as the season progresses.”

Blake Hoover shot 93 for the Vikings. Collin Swartzentruber shot 106, Zach Graber 109 and Clark Cornelius 116.

Tyler Booker shot 98 for Loogootee, Josh Lambert 100, Jayce Wagoner 102 and Wyatt Wade 109.

Alex Halter and Tom Webster each shot rounds of 77 for Rivet. Those scores were good enough for a second-place tie behind Carrie with South Knox’s Garrett Lamb.

Brandon Brian shot 80, Aaron Pea 89 and Robert Waggoner 95 to complete the Patriots’ scoring.

DJ Schmidt shot 83, Dean Adams 84, Nicholas Byrd 97 and Kyle Foley 99.

Blue Chip Conference

At Country Oaks Golf Club


Team and individual scores,( *-all conference) Vincennes Rivet (323) Alex Halter 77*, Tom Webster 77*, Brandon Brian 80*, Aaron Pea 89*, Robert Waggoner 95.

South Knox (341)

Garrett Lamb (77)8*, DJ Schmidt 83*, Dean Adams 84*, Nicholas Byrd 97, Kyle Foley 99.

North Knox (366)

Brady Carrie 76*, Tyler Meek 91*, Logan Jackson 94, Tommy Johnson 105, Cole Bond 108.

Washington Catholic (386)

Ethan Wichman 92*, Jon Mitchell 97, AJ Sellers 97, Brian Brown 100, Brandon Stranger 109.

Loogootee (391)

Chris Lyons 91*, Tyler Booker 98, Josh Lambert 100, Jayce Wagoner 102, Wyatt Wade 109.

Barr-Reeve (393)

Eric Wagler 85*, Blake Hoover 93, Collin Swartzentruber 106, Zach Graber 109, Clark Cornelius 116.

Wood Memorial (413)

Tyler Siekman 94, Kody Sloan 99, James Martin 104, Zane Jordan 116, Deliath Hadlock 121.

Northeast Dubois (463)

Trey Folz 95, Kaden Quinn 118, Shadon Voelkel 124, Bryce Neukam 126, Max Witte 133.

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