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PCM tops area golf teams at Colfax-Mingo Golf Invite

Published: Monday, May 12, 2014 11:31 a.m. CST

COLFAX — Mustangs Devon Woody and Justin Beener continue to show strength this season as they earned medalist and runner-up spots for Prairie City-Monroe at Saturday’s Colfax-Mingo Golf Invitational.

Woody shot a 72 on the day for an even par, hitting one under on the first nine holes. Runner-up Beener finished the day with a 77, shooting par on the back nine. Consistency amongst its players gave PCM the meet title at the Colfax Golf Club.

Saturday’s win came on the heels of a second place finish Friday in Ames at the Gilbert Invitational. The Mustangs were four strokes off the lead at the Ames Golf Quadrangular, scoring a 156.

In Colfax, the Pella Christian boys shot their best of the round of the season, placing second with a 319. Eagles Graham Howerzyl and Mitch Fopma tied Saturday with 79 each.

C-M’s Jimmy Abell was the Tigerhawk’s top golfer at the invitational, shooting an 82 on the day.

PCM will hit the links again at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday as they travel to North Mahaska. PC will be back in action at 1:30 p.m. today in Grinnell, and C-M also plays again today at 4 p.m. at a coed invite in Pleasantville.

Colfax-Mingo Golf Invitational

PCM scores

Ryan Jennings — 80

Chase Keuning — 87

Wade Hill — 89

Reid Jenkins — 90

Pella Christian Scores

Josh Posthuma — 80

Justin Stravers — 81

Jordan Pleima — 84

Mason Howerzyl — 88

Colfax-Mingo scores

MaCauley Mosher — 84

Mason Mosher — 92

Zevin Lander — 94

Adam Teed — 98

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