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Colfax linksters compete on home course twice and in Hammond

Playing in a pair of meets against all conference teams at Whitetail Golf Course, the Colfax golfers finished last of the six teams in both meets April 13 and April 16.They then traveled to Pheasant Hills Golf Course in Hammond and Bristol Ridge in Somerset April 17-18 for a two day tournament but did not have enough golfers at Somerset for a team score.


Trevor Seston had the low score for the Vikings in their first meet of the season shooting a round of 48 for 17th place. Trey Gullickson was 23rd with a 52, Brett Prince shot a 57 for 28th, Andrew Buckley finished with a score of 62 for 30th place and Trenton Anderson ended the day with a 68 for 31st. Tyler Leach of Spring Valley was the medalist with a 37 and the Cardinals also took team honors.

TEAM SCORES: Spring Valley 162, Mondovi 168, Glenwood City 173, St. Croix Central 191, Elk Mound 213, Colfax 219

Elk Mound

The Mounders hosted the match which was played on the back nine of Whitetail as opposed to the front nine in the previous meet. Seston again was the low man for the Vikings, carding a 49 for 18th place, Prince shot a 51 for 22nd place, Gullickson added a 56 for 26th place, Anderson a 67 for 30th and Buckley struggled with a 71 for 31st. Colfax was just one stroke away from finishing fifth as a team.

TEAM SCORES: Mondovi 170, Spring Valley 171, Glenwood City 172, St. Croix Central 190, Elk Mound 222, Colfax 223

Baldwin-Woodville at Hammond

Hosted by Baldwin-Woodville but played in Hammond, Gullickson was the only Viking who was under 100 for the 18 holes with a round of 98. Prince added a 105, freshmen Richard Stehling and Treyton Teige had their first varsity experience with Stehling shooting a 109 and Teige a 112 while Buckley finished with a 123.