Cougars claim third place, Titans sixth in East-West Classic
MAPLETON — The Heart River boys golf team placed three individuals in the top ten, en route to a third-place finish in the East-West Classic from the Maple River Golf Course on Saturday, May 12.
The Cougars shot a two-day score of 647, 16 shots behind tournament winner Kindred. Oak Grove took the runner-up spot, just one shot off of the pace.
With a team score of 699, Beulah took fifth place while Dickinson Trinity and Western Morton County took seventh and ninth place, respectively.
Grovers eighth-grader Scott Boehning won the individual title after his two-round low score of 150, two shots better than freshman teammate Grayson Wetch.
Heart River senior Jayden Ewoniuk has the top score amongst local competitors, swinging to a 36-hole score of 156, earning fourth place. Senior teammate Trace Jacobson and junior Jett Mattson were knotted in a four-way tie for fifth place after shooting a mark of 160. Beulah senior Michael Schmidt was tied for ninth following his two-day score of 161.Results SaturdayEast-West Classic At Maple River Golf CourseTeam scores: 1, Kindred, 631. 2, Oak Grove, 632. 3, Heart River, 647. 4, Hillsboro-Central Valley, 657. 5, Beulah, 699. 6, Dickinson Trinity, 716. 7, Linton, 718. 8, Central Cass, 724. 9, Western Morton County, 748. 10, Northern Cass, 980.Individual top 10: 1, Scott Boehning, OG, 150. 2, Grayson Wetch, OG, 152. 3, Mark Olson, K, 153. 4, Jayden Ewoniuk, HR, 156. T5, Jacob Heinitz, HCV, 160. T5, Parker Bartels, K, 160. T5, Jett Mattson, HR, 160. T5, Trace Jacobsen, HR, 160. T9, Max McQuillan, K, 161. T9, Michael Schmidt, B, 161.Other local scores: Dickinson Trinity: Tyler Brusseau, 170; Cole Fitterer, 176; Chris Schneider, 184; Brenden Berger, 189; Peter Pavek, 193; Nathan Kauffman, 202. Beulah: Jase Sailer, 164; Kolby Hauser, 186; Dylan Zahn, 188; Evan Eliason, 197; Ty Hafner, 234. Heart River: Jacob Robb, 171; Nick Fagerberg, 179; Tanner Jarrett, 179. Western Morton County: Gehrig Geiss, 175; Grant Gerving, 188; Evan Henke, 193; Tayt Wolding, 197; Chauncey Dittus, 204; Tyus Thomas, 208.