By Charlie Warner
The Caledonia/Spring Grove boys golf team participated in three matches last week and won all three of them. On Tuesday they traveled to Adams and topped Southland 180 to 204, on Thursday they were on the road to Chatfield and returned with a 175-222 win. Friday they hosted a good Fillmore Central team and sent the Falcons home with a 170-174 loss.
“We had three matches last week, it was a good week for us,” coach Jeremy Leis said. We are getting our scores down to where they need to be. Now we need to keep building on our momentum.”
Warriors 180, Southland 204
The Warriors drubbed host team Southland by 24 strokes on April 24. Joey Ehlers was medalist with a 42. Sean Conner had a 44, Devin Schiltz had a 45, Hunter Rud had a 49 and Evan Welscher shot a 50.
The was no junior varsity match.
Warriors 175, Chatfield 222
Thursday the Warriors traveled to Chosen Valley Country Club where they handed the Chatfield Gophers a 47-stroke loss.
Connor had the low round for the day with a 41. Schiltz and Derek Johnson both had 44s, Ehlers had a 46, Rud had a 48 and Welscher had a 53.
There was no junior varsity match.
Warriors 170, FC 174
Pegged as the Three Rivers Conference favorite, defending TRC champion Fillmore Central came to town Friday and left with a four-stroke loss.
“This was a big match for us,” Leis said. “Fillmore Central has a solid team. We needed to shoot well to beat them and we did just that on a cold, windy day.”
Schiltz was match medalist with a one-over-par 37. Ehlers carded a 41, Rud had a 44, Johnson had a 48, Welscher had a 53 and Connor had a 55.
“This is a really nice win for our program,” Leis added.
The Warrior junior varsity lost to the Falcons 192 to 180.
JV scores were: Drew Stemper 47, Cole Konkel 55, Cody Breeser 52, Zach Gavin 52, Carter Mann 48, and David Guth 45.
“This week we have Rushford at home on Tuesday, which will be another big conference match for us, then we go to Coffee Mill in Wabasha on Thursday for a varsity tournament and round the week out on Friday at Waukon,” Leis stated.