Trinity boys golf team wins seventh straight invitationalWASHBURN — The Dickinson Trinity boys golf team won its seventh invitational in a row.
By: The Press Staff, The Dickinson Press
WASHBURN — The Dickinson Trinity boys golf team won its seventh invitational in a row.
The Titans finished with their top sixth golfers in the top 10 on Saturday.
Nathaniel Knopik led Trinity with a 78 and lost in a one-hole playoff to Brett Leier of Hazen for the medalist spot.
Lance Pender carded a 79, while Connor Friske chipped in an 80 and David Pokorny and Willy Jahner each had an 81.
Eighth-grader Jaret Lee placed ninth with an 83.
The Titans travel to South Heart for the Region 5 tournament that qualifies the team for the state tournament at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Pheasant Country Golf Course.
At Painted Woods Golf Course in Washburn
Team scores: Dickinson Trinity 318, Hazen 333, Heart River 342, Beulah 342, Southern McLean 424.
Individual top 9: 1, Brett Leier, Hazen, 78 (one playoff hole). 2, Nathaniel Knopik, Trinity, 78. 3, Lance Pender, Trinity, 79. 4 (tie), Connor Friske, Trinity, 80. 4 (tie), Zach Miller, Heart river, 80. 6 (tie), David Pokorny, Trinity, 81. 6 (tie), Willy Jahner, Trinity, 81. 6 (tie), Mike Berg Hazen, 81. 9, Jaret Lee, Trinity, 83.