Sophomore Tate Clemons was trying to hit his stride and gain momentum for the season. “I haven’t put up my best scores this year, but it only takes one good round to set the tone for the rest of the season,” said Clemons, who carded a 48 for the meet.
It was an average day for the Toreadors as they carded a 171, which is their highest score of the season to date. A good number for Boone is in the mid 160’s and Cedar Pointe is a par 36 course.
The big three, which is comprised of senior Dalton Huseman, junior Ethan Lewis, and junior Tanner Schminke, all carded 42’s. Sophomore Ben Wagner pulled together a 45 which has been his magic number for most of the season. The other varsity scores were recorded by junior Tristan Carroll and sophomore Taylor Wauhob. They shot 51 and 49 respectively. Carroll claimed second place in the meet with a 168 and Ballard won the meet with a 166. Huseman was positive about his performance.
“I struck the ball well today, but I struggled to score around the hole. Overall, it was a good day and I will be looking to lower my score on Thursday,” said Huseman.
The Toreador Golf team hits the road for Thursday’s meet when they will take on the Newton Cardinals at Westwood Golf Course.