Golf Bucs take second at Bel Meadow five-team outing

MOUNT CLARE – The Buckhannon-Upshur golf Buccaneers had a strong showing in a five-team outing last Thursday at the Bel Meadow Golf Course as they finished with runner-up honors.

The Bucs carded a 182, just five strokes behind first-place Bridgeport who carded a 177.

East Fairmont was third with a 185 and Lincoln was fourth with a 190. Liberty did not field a complete team.

Jevon Westfall, who finished second overall, led the Bucs with a 42.

Easton Perkins was right behind with a 43 for the Bucs while Tucker Burr and Jaden Westfall each had 46s.

The non-scoring Bucs were Jesse Hackett and Jerin Westfall with 57s.

Jace Lancaster of Liberty earned low medalist honors with a 36.

“This was a solid effort,” remarked Buckhannon-Upshur head coach Jason Westfall. “The kids really are working hard on finding those two to three strokes that inflate their scores and eliminating them.”

The action left the Bucs with a 12-19 mark overall and an 8-13 record in the Big 10 Conference.

The Bucs will be back in action Wednesday with Grafton at the Tygart Lake Golf Course.

The results:

TEAM STANDINGS

  1. Bridgeport 177; 2. Buckhannon-Upshur 182; 3.East Fairmont 185; 4. Lincoln 190. Liberty did not field a complete team

INDIVIDUAL TOP 4

  1. Jace Lancaster (Liberty) – 36
  2. Tanner Bartholow (East Fairmont) — 42
  3. Colton Gerhards (Bridgeport) – 42
  4. Jevon Westfall (Buckhannon-Upshur) – 42

TEAM/INDIVIDUAL SCORES

Bridgeport (177)

Colton Gerhards – 42

McKenna Knotts – 45

Tanner Straley – 45

Brayden Stutler – 45

Anthony Hazey – 48x

Preston Curry – 54x

Buckhannon-Upshur (182)

Jevon Westfall – 42

Easton Perkins – 43

Tucker Burr – 46

Jaden Westfall – 46

Jesse Hackett – 57x

Jerin Westfall – 57x

East Fairmont (185)

Tanner Bartholow – 42

Blake Hunt – 46

Greyson Stewart – 47

Garrett Bosley – 50

Wesley Pierce – 51x

Hunter Bragg – 58x

Lincoln (190)

Lance Hostuttler – 45

Nick Anderson – 46

Pierce McBee – 48

Brock Delrio – 51

Levi Belcastro – 55x

Dillon Shaw – 63x

Liberty

Jace Lancaster – 36

Bella Herrod – 65

x=non-scorer

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