Mustang golfers finish SEK play

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April 30, 2010 - 12:00 AM

COLUMBUS — The good news for Iola High’s golf team is the Mustangs have no seniors on the squad this year. That means there’s a possibility of moving up in Southeast Kansas League play next year if all the golfers return.
The Mustangs and the rest of the SEK teams wrapped up SEK league play Thursday at the Columbus High Invitational. It was the final SEK-designated golf tournament.
Iola finished sixth in the tournament, shooting a four-man score of 394. Coffeyville won the tournament with a 350 and Pittsburg was second at 359.
The team win for Coffeyville propelled it to the SEK team championship with a total of 1,356 for the four SEK tournaments. Pittsburg finished second at 1,364 and Chanute was third at 1,373.
Chanute’s Mitch Hale claimed the SEK individual championship with a 319 total for four tournaments. He was second at Columbus with an 82 to Fort Scott’s Nolan Stark, who shot a 79.
Among the nine SEK teams, Iola was eighth in the final standings. The Mustangs had a 1,616 total for the season.
Sophomore Kris Collins missed out on SEK honorable mention designation by three places. Collins finished 23rd in the league (377) and the top 10 individuals are All-SEK and the second 10 are honorable mention.
On a very windy day, Collins picked up the eighth-place medal in the Columbus tournament, He shot an 89 (44-45).
Doug Stewart shot a 100 (49-51) and Jarrett Mosbrucker was at 101 (53-48). Sam Shallah hit a 104 (51-53).
Nick Jacobs had a 110 (56-54) and Zach Crawford had a 111 (56-55).
Iola’s junior varsity plays at Independence Monday. The IHS varsity goes to Coffeyville Tuesday.

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