SW gets UIC win over Eagles

By Becky Walz,

It was a busy end of the week for the South Winn golf teams with a conference meet with Clayton Ridge and the girls’ team finally competing in Waukon after the initial triangular with the Indians and Decorah was rained out.

UIC dual
Both South Winn squads came out on top of Clayton Ridge Thursday at Silver Springs Golf & Country Club on Thursday.
The boys tallied a 165 over the Eagles’ 185 and swept the medalist honors with 38s carded by freshman Braiden Todd and runner-up Carson Wenthold. Jordan Baumler toured the course with a 43 while Carver Wenthold carded a 46. Also on the varsity scorecard for the Warriors were Matson Winings with a 47 and Jackson Goltz with a 54.
“This was an outstanding performance on a very tough day. The wind was whipping pretty good, and the boys were able to come out and shoot a very low score. Braiden Todd has been playing well to start the season, but this was a truly incredible round considering the conditions. Of course, he was matched by Carson Wenthold, who continues to lead the team with his play. We put a couple of new freshmen into the lineup today (Carver Wenthold and Matson Winings), and they both played well. Our depth is going to be strength all season long,” said SW boys’ coach Mike Wenthold.
In girls’ action, the Warriors won 215 to 247 over Clayton Ridge Thursday with Katrina Hageman taking home the top medalist honors with a 44. Paige Jaster came through with a 52 while Julia Carnesi fired a 59. With identical 60s were Annie Ondrashek and Brooke Steffens with Aubrey Hageman rounding out the SW varsity line-sup with a 70.

Next up
The Warrior golf teams played Monday, April 17 in a 9-hole event against MFL MarMac at Tri-City Golf Club in Luana. Tonight (Tuesday, April 18), South Winn will host the Winneshiek County Triangular with Decorah and Turkey Valley at South Winn Golf Course near Calmar at 4 p.m. Thursday, the Warriors will once again compete against the Trojans in a UIC dual meet at Silver Springs Golf Club in Ossian at 4 p.m.

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