Dylan Boyer fired a 75 to help the Blue Springs South boys golf team capture fourth place in the Camdenton Laker Invitational Wednesday.
Boyer finished sixth in the medalist race with his 3-over total, as the Jaguars tallied 321 to finish behind only Marquette (308), Columbia Rock Bridge (315) and St. Louis University High (319) on the par-72 Club at Old Kinderhook.
Blue Springs finished 15th at 352 and Lee’s Summit North was 18th at 359.
Ryan Dykhouse shot 80, and Grant Wall (81), Grant Williamson (85) and Ryan Cunningham (101) rounded out the scoring for the Jaguars.
Seth Wildoner shot 84 to lead the way for Blue Springs. He was followed by Blake Whetstone (87), Ben Podjenski (89), Caden Jackley (92) and Blake Rooney (92).
Kohlin Hicks shot 82 and Raef Campbell carded an 89 to lead Lee’s Summit North. Ryan Franks and Devin DeRousse each posted a 92 and Liam Frank shot 104 for the Broncos.
PATS TAKE THIRD: The wind made it a tough day for the Truman golf team Wednesday at par-36 Drumm Farm Golf Club in a four-team match.
Truman took third after shooting a 213. Pembroke Hill won with a 181.
Pembroke Hill’s Patrick Panko shot 43 for medalist honors, and Truman’s Ethan Bradshw was the runner-up with a 44.
Rounding out the score for the Patriots were Aiden Williams with a 52, Karl Mendoza with a 52, Ben Day with a 65 and Marshal Wiley with a 72.
“The wind was brutal,” Truman coach Joey Penner said. “More than one of the boys came in saying that it affected their approach shots. Those shots were either well over the green or 10 yards short. We just couldn't find our touch. I was pleased with our boys efforts putting. We are getting more and more one and two putts on the greens. We just need to get more consistent on the approach aspect of the game.”
Truman’s junior varsity team lost to Raytown 182-197.