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Golf Season is Underway

April 27, 2016

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The Randolph golf team has been busy early this season.  So far four invitationals have been played and the Cardinals have earned three second place trophies and one champion.  The season began with the Laurel invitational.  Mason Stubbs lead the scoring with an 80 and a second place finish.  Andrew Schnoor was close behind with an 81 good for third place.  Cade Linville was 10th with a 36, and Logan Nordhues picked up a 14th place medal with an 88.  Grant Brunssen added a 98 on the day.

The next meet up was the Plainview invite.  The Cardinals were up against some solid competition that day, and came away with second place after winning a team playoff with West Holt.  Andrew Schnoor lead the Cards this meet in 4th place with a 78.  Mason Stubbs finished 6th with an 81, Cade Linville was 13th with an 88.  Logan Nordhues added a 92, and Judson Hixson made his first varsity start with a 118.

In the third meet of the year, the Cardinals got back on the winning track at the Osmond invitational.  The wind was brutal, but the team was able to battle the conditions with a strong 337, finishing ahead of second place Ponca by 31 shots.  The team swept the top four places with Cade this time leading the way with an 80.  Mason in second with an 81, and Logan and Andrew pitching in at 88.  Judson improved from his first meet with a 108.

Most recently the Cardinals traveled to Hartington for the Cedar Catholic Invitational.  This was a meet filled with good teams in classes C and D.  The Cards again came away with second place overall, trailing only the host Trojans.  Their score of 332 was a season best to this point.  Mason lead the team with a fourth place finish at 79.  Andrew was 6th with an 82.  Cade won a playoff for the 14th place medal after an 85.  Logan missed out on the playoff by a single stroke finishing with 86.  Denton Kuhl made his first varsity appearance with a 111.  

The Cardinals will be back in action on Saturday (weather permitting) at the Pierce Invitational, and then on Monday where they will attempt to defend their Lewis and Clark Conference title at Hartington.

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