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Examiner
  • Bears continue winning ways

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  • The William Chrisman boys golf team continues to win.
    Jake Becker was the medalist with a 40 at the par-36 Drumm Farm Golf Club as Chrisman prevailed in a triangular Suburban Middle Seven meet Thursday. The Bears totaled 193, Belton 195 and North Kansas City 208.
    “This is our second victory in a row and the second medalist in a row for Becker,” Chrisman coach Jacob Basnight said. “It’s our best start in my tenure as the head coach, and I’m extremely proud of these young men. Belton is a good golf team, and getting a two-stroke victory over them is a big step in the right direction.”
    BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 151, BLUE SPRINGS 170: Kyle Barbee’s medalist round of 2-under-par 34 led South to Thursday’s dual win at Blue Springs Country Club.
    Bryan Hanneman, Trevor Palmer and Colin Montgomery each carded a 39 to round out the Jaguars’ scoring, and Jack Steinbeck and Ryan Drake followed with a 40 and 44, respectively.
    Brian Armstrong’s 39 led Blue Springs, followed by Jackson Koenig (41), Steven Shaw (44) and Logan Dunlap (46). Taylor Muller (48) and Devin Hyman (51) also played.
    PARK HILL 187, FORT OSAGE 197: The Indians had to settle for a 10-stroke loss to Park Hill at the par-36 WinterStone Golf Course. Thursday Park Hill’s Alex Noll was the medalist with a 45.
    Micah Lewis led Fort Osage with a 46. Cody Ball posted a 47 and Sam Morgan and Bryce Richardson 52 each.
    “Ball and Lewis continue to be consistent, but I am looking for them to do a better job putting,” Fort Osage coach Roger Hunt said.
    GRAIN VALLEY 192, OAK GROVE 200, KNOB NOSTER 265: Grain Valley improved to 7-2 overall and 3-2 in the Missouri River Valley Conference West with the two wins at par-36 Adams Pointe Thursday.
    Hunter Peterson shot 43, Cameron Skinner 46, Drew Forbes 50 and Miguel Contreras 53 for the Eagles. Oak Grove’s Bryce Mercer was the medalist with a 42. Quin Bunyar shot 45, Justin Collins 54 and Kyle Witt 59.
    “It wasn’t pretty, but we won,” Grain Valley coach Andy Herbert said.
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