Playing a conference match along with an 18 hole meet kept the Colfax golf team busy last week. Starting with a match at Mondovi May 12, the team had pretty good scores from their top two golfers but placed sixth in the conference match. They then hosted their own 18 hole invite at Whitetail Golf Course on a cool and cloudy day May 16, and with 15 full teams in the meet, they were 14th.
Trevor Seston played his best round of golf of his high school career as he tied with two players for the medalist honors with a score of 39 as he shot par on four holes and birdied another. Trey Gullickson also shot a nice round, finishing with a 45 but the other three Vikings, all in their first year of competition struggled as Trenton Anderson and Andrew Buckley both finished with a 67 while Bryce Fransway came up with a 73.
TEAM SCORES: Glenwood City 166, Mondovi 171, Spring Valley 187, St. Croix Central 191, Elk Mound 212, Colfax 218
It was a chance for players to compete in 18 holes instead of the usual nine as Seston was low man again for the Vikings with an 89. Gullickson finished at 102 followed by Buckley at 129, Anderson at 139 and Fransway at 166. The meet was won by Will Gauder of Somerset with a score of 76 and Somerset also won the team title.