The Truman boys golf team remained undefeated in matches as it defeated Oak Park 269-414 Tuesday at par-72 Drumm Farm Golf Club in a dual match.
Freshman Zach Davenport finished first individually with a 79. Rounding out the scoring for Truman was Tanner Beuttgenbach with an 86, Blake Jones with a 90, Josh Evans with a 95, Carter Wiley with a 101 and Braden Thomas with a 102.
The low score for the Northmen was Hunter Lumpkin with a 96.
Truman’s junior varsity also won 325-383.
RAYMORE-PECULIAR 185, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 198: Eli Martin earned co-medalist honors in William Chrisman’s dual match Tuesday but it wasn’t enough in a loss to Raymore-Peculiar Tuesday at Country Creek Golf Club.
Martin posted a 42.
“The boys continue to improve and work on shaking off bad shots and trying to salvage each hole,” Bears coach John Beaman said.
On Monday, Chrisman took 13th out of 24 teams at the Northland Invitational Monday at Paradise Point Golf Complex.
Eli Martin and Ethan Freiley finished tied for 18th with a score of 90 for Chrisman. Davion Lopez shot a 99, Seth Curtis a 122, and Jeffery Parker a 136.
“I am really pleased with the progress we are making, we just need to keep working on our consistency,” Beaman said.
JAGUAR INVITATIONAL: Blue Springs took fourth and Blue Springs South took fifth in the Blue Springs South Jaguar Invitational Monday at par-71 Lakewood Oaks Golf Club in Lee’s Summit.
St. Joseph Bishop LeBlond took the team trophy with a score of 331. Columbia Battle was second with a 341 and Liberty North was third with a 343. The Wildcats had a 347 and the Jaguars had a 351. Truman took eighth with a 365.
Steven Shaw led the Wildcats with an 81 to give him fifth place in the field of 98 golfers. Jackson Koenig also medaled by taking eighth by posting an 83. Completing the scoring for Blue Springs was Tayler Muller with an 89, Alex Schuering 94 and Tim Berg a 98 for the Wildcats.
“I’m glad that our top two medaled and Alex Schuering showed some improvement,” Blue Springs coach Doug Gillispie said. “I think the team showed some mental toughness today.”
For South, Ethan Wegner was the leader with an 83, which placed him in a tie for eighth place. One stroke behind Wegner was sophomore Miles Buttress.
“Miles and Ethan put together a couple of good rounds today,” South coach Ted Linke said. “Miles got off to a good start and kept it together pretty well. I think Ethen is on the verge of going low."
Rounding out the scoring for the Jags was Carter Messner and Jacob Krahenbuhl, each finishing with a 92 and Kevin Schlenger posted a 96.
The Jags B squad was lead by Camron Haas. His 93 helped the team finish with a score of 387, which was good for 13th place.
For Truman, Davenport was fourth overall with an 80. Rounding out the scoring for the Patriots was Evans with a 92, Jones with a 93 and Beuttgenbach and Thomas each shot a 100.
Fort Osage finished 18th at 495. Jace Diaz shot 105 to lead the Indians.