Grant Wall earned another medal as the Blue Springs South boys golf team finished seventh in the Park Hill Darren Floyd Memorial Invitational Thursday.
Wall fired an 80 to tie for 10th place as the Jaguars totaled 345 as a team.
Liberty shot 322 to edge Lee’s Summit West’s 324 for the team crown. Lee’s Summit North took sixth at 342. Blue Springs finished 11th at 360, and Fort Osage was 16th at 468 on the par-72 Tiffany Greens Golf Club course.
“Grant Wall has probably been our most consistent player so far this season,” Blue Springs South coach Casey Enright said. “I know Grant has worked hard on his game since last season and it is paying off for him. He had a very solid round going today through 14 holes and then ran into a couple bumps on his last four. I like his confidence and where he’s at right now. Grant’s going to continue to get better as we approach conference and postseason play, as will the rest of our guys.
“It was nice to finally have some good weather. I think everyone is battling a little bit of inconsistency this spring because we have not had the most ideal weather for golf and practice time has definitely been difficult.”
Miles Buttress shot 87, Ryan Dykhouse posted an 88 and Dylan Boyer shot 90 to complete South’s scoring.
Michael Foster fired an 82 to earn a 15th-place medal and lead Lee’s Summit North. Brock Witmer shot 85, Kohlin Hicks posted an 87 and Ryan Franks shot 88 for the Broncos.
Caden Jackley shot 87, Zach Van Dorn had an 89 and Ben Podjenski shot 90 to pace Blue Springs.
Devin Morrow shot 106 to lead Fort Osage.
WILLIAM CHRISMAN 193, GRANDVIEW 241: Alec McFarland fired a 43 to lead William Chrisman to a dual victory over Grandview Thursday at par-36 Drumm Farm Golf Club.
Eli Martin shot 49, Aarron Burton 50 and Braden Jennings 51 to complete the Bears’ scoring.
“Overall I was pleased with how the boys played considering the weather for the past couple weeks keeping us from being able to practice,” Chrisman coach John Beaman said. “The boys fought through some consistency problems but never gave up, which is an encouraging sign.”
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 180, GRAIN VALLEY 208: Colton Barnes shot 48 but Grain Valley couldn’t get past the host Tigers at Excelsior Springs Country Club.
Jace Collum shot 49, Jake Halteman had a 52 and Dylan Richard shot 59 for the Eagles.