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Cougars 2nd, Titans 4th at East-West Classic

JAMESTOWN -- The Kindred boys golf team leads all teams after the first day at the East-West Classic at Jamestown Country Club, but Heart River and Dickinson Trinity are within striking distance in second and fourth place, respectively.The Viking...

JAMESTOWN - The Kindred boys golf team leads all teams after the first day at the East-West Classic at Jamestown Country Club, but Heart River and Dickinson Trinity are within striking distance in second and fourth place, respectively.
The Vikings lead the way with a team score of 327 on Friday, but the Cougars turned in a score of 340, and the Titans have a team score at 354. Hillsboro sits between Heart River and Trinity in third place with a score of 346.
The final day of the tournament is today.
Hear River’s Joey Wagner and Jayden Ewoniuk each shot an 80 on Friday and sit in third place among individuals. Dickinson Trinity’s Willy Jahner shot an 81 and is in fifth place. Kindred’s Brock Benson led all players with a 77, and Mitchell Fifer from Tioga carded a 78 for second place.
Trace Jacobson shot an 85 for Heart River, and teammate Seth Keator completed the Cougars’ scoring on the first day with a 95. Jett Mattson (96) and Tayden Jacobson (97) rounded out Heart River’s day.
For Trinity, Jaret Lee turned in an 87, and Dillon Praus finished his day at 92. Peter Pavek’s 94 completed the scoring for the Titans. Matt Tessier (97) and Justin Meyer (104) were Trinity’s final golfers.

Day 1
Teams: 1, Kindred 327. 2, Heart River 340. 3, Hillsboro 346. 4, Dickinson Trinity 354. Individuals: 1, Brock Benson, K, 77. 2, Mitchell Fifer, Tioga, 78. 3 (tie), Joey Wagner, HR; Jayden Ewoniuk, 80. 5, Willy Jahner, DT, 81. 6, Cody Pulczinski, K, 82.
Other area scores: 11, Trace Jacobson, HR, 85. 15, Jaret Lee, DT, 87. 21, Dillon Praus, DT, 92. 27, Peter Pavek, DT, 94. 30, Seth Keator, HR, 95. Jett Mattson, HR, 96. Matt Tessier, DT, 97. Tayden Jacobson, HR, 97. Justin Meyer, DT, 104.

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