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NEW HAVEN â€” In a field of 11, Columbia Cityâ€™s junior varsity golf team placed sixth at the New Haven JV invitational Saturday.
The Eagles were paced by Matt Benedict, who finished the day with 85 strokes.
Benedict scored a 39 in the front nine at Whispering Creek, and fnished the back nine with a 46. Out of 18 holes, Benedict tallied seven pars and two birdies.
Also scoring under 100 for Columbia City was Tanner Daniel, who finished the day with a 92. Daniel scored a 45 on the front nine, and shot a 47 in the last nine holes.
Matt Kumfer finished the day with 103 strokes. Luke Taylor scored a 106, and Nick Wagner shot a 109.
Bishop Dwenger won the invite with 306 strokes, followed by Carroll (322), Bishop Luers (342), Leo (358), New Haven (359) and the Eagles, who finished the course with a 388.
Columbia Cityâ€™s varsity will join the JV tonight at Chestnut Hills for a make-up match against Canterbury.View more articles in: