The Oskaloosa Herald
STATE CENTER —
It was a very chilly day for a golf tournament and Oskaloosa played some pretty good golf at the West Marshall Invitational Monday.
The Indians tied Norwalk for sixth place with a 341 total, but the Indians lost the tiebreaker to come in seventh officially.
“I don’t think the temperature ever got over 40 degrees and the wind chill had to be around freezing,” Oskaloosa coach Bret Foster said. “We had sleet to start the round and a handful of flurries at some point during the round) so the boys did a pretty good job of grinding through the round. It was a pretty good field of teams and we finished seven strokes out of fourth place.”
Clay Tucker finished in sixth place out of 78 golfers with a 78 while Andrew Brouwer carded an 87. Tanner Lanphier and Ethan Farner both shot an 88.
West Marshall Inviational
at Lincoln Valley Golf Course
Team standings — 1. PCM 307, 2. Grinnell 315, 3. South Hamilton 317, 4. Nevada 334, 5. Boone 335, 6. Norwalk 341, 7. Oskaloosa 341, 8. Pella Christian 343, 9. Colfax-Mingo 348, 10. Bondurant-Farrar 352, Perry 361, 12. West Marshall 370, 13. East Marshall 376.
Oskaloosa — Clay Tucker 78, Andrew Brouwer 87, Tanner Lanphier 88, Ethan Farner 88, Andrew Shaffer 94, Logan Lunsford 111.