It was a rainy but big day for the William Chrisman boys golf team and Fort Osage’s Tyler Rodewald.

It was a rainy but big day for the William Chrisman boys golf team and Fort Osage’s Tyler Rodewald.

Chrisman enjoyed its best showing ever in a conference golf tournament by placing second with 349 at par-36 Eagles Landing Monday.

Rodewald tied Park Hill South’s Nick Schleisman for medalist honors with a 78.

Dustin Hudson earned all-conference honors with an 80 in leading Chrisman.

Raytown South was third with 351 followed by Fort Osage, 365, Belton, 371, Raytown, 427, and Winnetonka was a no show.

“I was very proud of them today,” Chrisman coach Bill Jonas said of his four senior golfers. “It was a career best for 18 holes for Dustin. He has been playing a lot better lately.”

Golfers teed off in a light rain. Then play was stopped for 90 minutes as the rain intensified. The rain stopped at 10:30 a.m. and the golfers returned to the course and completed play.

Fort Osage coach Roger Hunt said the rain delay was tough for his players to recover from. Eric Hansen turned in a score of 93 for the Indians. Derek Piedimonte shot 95. Clinton Higgins shot 99, and Micah Lewis shot 100.

“Nobody really played up to their average,” Hunt said. “It played pretty tough out there in the elements.”

The Suburban Big Six meet scheduled for Adams Pointe also was stopped by rain and rescheduled for next Monday. The scheduled Suburban Middle Six meet at WinterStone Golf Club also was stopped by rain.