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Jasper County Tribune

Tigerhawk girls win another SICL golf triangular

BROOKLYN — Colfax-Mingo’s golf teams claimed two medalist honors, another Tigerhawk shot a career-best score and a third was 14 shots better than he was earlier in the week during a South Iowa Cedar League triangular at Brooklyn Victor Country Club on April 4.

Senior Delaney Underwood led the Tigerhawk girls to another win as she earned medalist honors with a 42.

On the boys’ side, senior Ahren Teed claimed medalist honors with a career-best 40 and sophomore Jason Rhinehart carded a career-best 44.

Teed and fellow senior Nic Duffy were both 14 shots better than their performances in the season opener on Monday in Sigourney. Duffy had a counting score of 56.

“Ahren and Nic have been spending a lot of time on the range trying to find some consistency,” C-M golf coach Mike Underwood said. “I think that showed up tonight.”

The Tigerhawk girls, led by Delaney Underwood, won the meet with 216.

Montezuma shot a 277 in second and HLV did not have enough golfers for a team score.

Also scoring for the C-M girls were senior Reghan Robinette (56), junior Brielle Reed (58) and sophomore Kira Warrick (60).

Juniors Sydni Hostetter and Shanen Shedenhelm had non-counting scores of 65 and 68, respectively.

Finishing behind Delaney Underwood as runner-up medalist was Montezuma’s Waverly Roorda with a 54.

The C-M boys finished with a 195 in third. Montezuma (192) was three shots better in second and host HLV won the meet with a 178.

The final counting score for the boys was senior Skyler Aikin’s 55. Sophomore Brode Nichol carded a non-counting 61.

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