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Wyatt All-County, Panthers Place Second in Golf Tourney
April 30, 2008 - Tri High's Ethan Perry won low medalist and Knightstown's Joey Wyatt made the All-County team at the Henry County Golf Meet held at Memorial Park in New Castle Saturday.
Wyatt got off to a fast start in the meet and trailed Perry by just three strokes at the turn after nine holes.
Blue River won the meet with a team score of 340, defeating Knightstown by just four strokes. The Panthers were second at 344, followed by Shenandoah at 377 and Tri at 402. Perry shot a 76 to take first place, firing at 35 on the front nine and a 41 on the back.
Wyatt Finished with an 80, good for second place, shooting a 38 on the front and a 42 on the back. Wyatt birdied hole number 13 and had seven pars. He had six of those pars on the front nine, when he trailed Perry by just three strokes.
Colby Lane shot an 86 for the Panthers, getting six pars.
Nick Hochstedler shot an 88 with seven pars, and Craig Denney came in with a 90, getting five pars. Kelton Lane finished with a 95 and three pars.
Knightstown’s varsity golf team picked up a White River Athletic Conference win by defeating Shenandoah last week 184-195 and Valley View Golf Course near Middletown.
Craig Denney was low man for the Panthers with a 44. Denney parred holes eight and nine to claim team low from Joey Wyatt, who finished with a 46. Wyatt had pars on holes two, three and six, but double-bogeyed both eight and nine, costing him low medalist for the match.
Colby Lane fired a 47 with three pars and Kelton Lane shot a 47, also with three pars. Nick Hochstedler shot a 56.
In the junior varsity match, Cody Juday was low man for Knightstown with a 47. He had a birdie on number four and a par on number five. Hunter Cox shot a 50 and walked away from the par-five number nine with an eagle-three. Cox also parred the first two holes, but an eight on the par-three third hole cost him dearly. Dylan Rossman also shot a 50, getting two pars.
Lapel had five players shoot 45 or better and Brody Williams fired a 36 to take low medalist honors in a 165-171 win over the Panthers at Royal Hylands Golf Club last Thursday.
Colby Lane was low man for the Panthers, shooting a 40 with four pars. Wyatt shot a 41, getting five pars on the day. Hochstedler had three pars and Juday two as both of those players came in with a 45.
Craig Denney fired a 45 and Kelton Lane hit a 48.
The Panthers played at Connersville on Tuesday night in a match that was completed too late this issue of The Banner.
The team will be off until May 8, when Morristown visits for a match at Royal Hylands Golf Club. On May 10 the Panthers will play in the Mooresville Invitational.
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