Darren Hester and Connor Wendt finished as co-medalists by shooting 44 apiece to lead Louisville in a Senior Night win over Salem 180-225. Justin Shafer also shot a 45 and Caleb Prasco a 47.
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Caleb Prasco shot a team low 39 to lead Louisville to their season low as a team this season. However, Minerva won the match 159-164 at Edgewater Golf Course Thursday. LHS is now 6-7 on the year.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 42 to lead Louisville, but West Branch won the match 169-181. Connor Wendt also shot a 44, Sam Casto a 47, and both Darren Hester and Justin Shafter shot 48 a piece.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 3 over par with a 39, but Louisville fell to visiting Marlington 176-181. Sam Casto and Connor Wendt also shot 47 each and Justin Shafter carded a 48.
Caleb Prasco finished with a team best 87 to lead the Leopards to a 5th place finish. Minerva won the NBC Tournament and Marlington’s Augie Warner was the tournament medalist shooting an 81.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 45 to lead the Leopards, but the Warriors won the match 177-184. Justin Shafer and Connor Wendt each tallied 46 a piece and Sam Casto finished with 47.
Caleb Prasco shot a team low 44 to lead the Leopards, but they fell to the visiting Lions by a single shot 185-186. Justin Shafter also tallied a 45, Connor Wendt a 46, and Jacob Godwin a 51.
Caleb Prasco and Justin Shafter shot a team low 86 to lead the Leopards to a 7th place finish out of 11 teams. Walsh Jesuit won the tournament, Perry took 2nd, and Central Catholic finished in 3rd.
Co-medalists Caleb Prasco and Connor Wendt shot a match best 40 to lead Louisville past host Marlington 170-173 as the team’s battled through the solar eclipse and weather delays later on.
Caleb Prasco shot a team best 42 to lead the Leopards, but the Warriors won the league match-up 174-183 at Carroll Meadows Friday. Christian Barto shot even par to lead Carrollton.