JUNCTION CITY – The Abilene Cowboy golf competed in the rescheduled Junction City Invitational Wednesday at Rolling Meadows Golf Course.
There were 17 teams competing in the tournament and some tough competition from 5A and 6A schools in attendance.
“It’s always fun to compete against the bigger schools,” Abilene Head Coach Mark Willey said.
Team scores (best 4-man) were: Washburn Rural 290, Topeka Hayden 302, Manhattan 303, Hutchinson 318, Seaman 314, Tonganoxie 324, Mill Valley 331,
Abilene 338, Junction City 343, Salina South 343, Topeka West 346, Shawnee Heights 354, Topeka High 369, Emporia 372, Salina Central 375, Turner 433 and Junction City B 440.
“To finish eighth out of 17 teams was not bad,” Willey said.
Individual scoring for Abilene: Jacob Harms 76 (40-36), Marcus Willey 86 (43-43), Ryan Kreutzer 84 (43-41) and Dalton Goodwin 92 (46-46).
“Jacob was awesome, he loves Rolling Meadows and always seems to play well there. 76 was a great score, I was surprised there were 14 scores better,” Willey added.
“I was happy for Ryan Kreutzer. He has continued to work hard and it paid off Tuesday,” Willey said.
Thomas Cooper shot a 99 (49-50) and Justin Carroll had a 93 (46-47)
“Monday is Regional’s at McPherson, we need to get to the driving range and get ready to go,” he concluded.