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CMB boys end golf season at sectionals

Published: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 9:08 a.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 9:10 a.m. CDT
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(Troy Hyde/Jasper County Tribune)
Collins-Maxwell/Baxter sophomore Austin Good shot a 91 at a Class 2A sectional tournament at Pleasantville Golf Course May 12.

PLEASANTVILLE — Collins-Maxwell/Baxter senior Caleb Van Zante finished his high school golf career with a respectable finish at a Class 2A sectional tournament at Pleasantville Golf Course on May 12.

Van Zante finished 12th overall with an 84, but the Raiders ended their season with a seventh-place finish.

Prairie City-Monroe put four golfers in the top seven and won the meet with a 323.

Albia also advanced to the district tournament with a second-place finish.

The Blue Demons (327) trailed PCM by four shots.

Pella Christian was third with a 335.

Pella Christian’s Graham Howerzyl won medalist honors with a 73.

Kenden Veenstra shot an 82 for the Eagles and advanced as the second-best finisher not on an advancing team.

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont finished fourth with a 375, followed by Central Decatur (378), Pleasantville (386) and CMB (409).

Interstate 35 did not have enough golfers for a team score.

Van Zante led the Raiders with an 84. He had a 41 on the front nine and a 43 on the back.

Sophomore Austin Good carded a 91, freshman Simon McKinney added a 106 and senior Ben Gunderson shot a 128.

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COLO — CMB hosted a triangular at Twin Anchors Golf Course on May 8 and was defeated by Colo-NESCO and North Polk.

Van Zante shot a 44 and finished fourth to lead the Raiders, but CMB finished third with a 206.

North Polk won the meet with a 179, and Colo-NESCO was second with a 183.

Good shot a 48, and the two other counting scores came from seniors Ricky White (54) and Gunderson (60).

McKinney carded a 48 as a Raider JV golfer.

Colo-NESCO’s Tyler Anthony, a former teammate of some CMB golfers, won medalist honors with a 40.

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