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The Kansan - Newton, KS
  • Remington wins Sedgwick tourney

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  • The Remington Broncos claimed top individual and team honors Thursday at the eight-team Sedgwick Invitational at the Newton Public Golf Course. Remington shot a team score of 335, edging Heart of America League rival Hutchinson Trinity by three strokes. Halstead was third at 344. Sedgwick shot a 414 and Peabody-Burns shot a 430. Junior Alex Carr led the Broncos with a 78, beating Greg Flores of Trinity by three strokes. "I started with a birdie, then I had a par and a double (bogey)," Carr said. "I started with a 40 on the front. I didn't start very good on the back, but then I had several pars and shot a 38." It was Carr's first tournament win of the season. "I've been in the top five all season, but this was the first win of the year," Carr said. "I was hitting everything pretty well. I've shot low 80s in every round before today. I just have to stay consistent." "It was a great round," Remington coach Judy Noller said. "They've been playing well all year. They really enjoyed this. They all played well. This was our best team score. Alex shot a 78. I don't know if he's shot in the 70s yet this season. I was very pleased." It was the Broncos second win of the season. "We won at Eureka," Noller said. "We got second at Herington and Bluestem. We haven't had many tournaments because of the weather. We have Marion, the league tournament and regionals. We lost two varsity tournaments because of the weather. We just have to stay consistent. Most of my kids are seniors and they have come along this year." Other area medalists included Taylor Nemeth of Halstead in third at 82, Paul Janzen of Remington in fourth at 83, Trey Schmidt of Goessel in sixth at 84, Cory Armandariz in seventh at 85 and Grant Claassen of Remington in eighth at 85.
    Sedgwick Invitational Thursday Newton Public GC Remington 335 (Alex Carr 40-38—78, Paul Janzen 42-41—83, Grant Claassen 43-42—85, Kyle Regier 42-47—89, Hunter Hill 44-45—89, Braedyn Grommesh 45-44—89). Hutchinson Trinity 338 (Greg Flores 36-45—81, Bryce Strecker 44-39—83, Pierce Billington 46-40—86, Brenden Miller 47-41—88, Luke Kicklighter 44-48—92, Quincy Turner 49-47—96). Halstead 344 (Taylor Nemeth 41-41—82, Cory Armendariz 43-42—85, Nathan Gamache 42-45—87, Blake Bohling 44-46—90, Alex Thibault 46-45—91, Brendan Gundy 50-49—99). Goessel 374 (Trey Schmidt 43-41—84, Tyler Schulz 45-46—91, Reece Hiebert 53-46—99, Lucas Hiebert 54-46—100, Dan Smucker 54-47—101, Zach Showalter 56-62—118). Pretty Prairie 409 (Nic Lampe 42-44—86, Cooper Pierce 41-48—89, Jared Graber 52-51—103, Micah Dietz 69-62—131). Sedgwick 414 (Cameron Fields 44-52—96, Trent Deckard 55-48—103, Allison Thomas 57-49—106, Jeremy Burkholder 54-55—109, Luke Brenneis 59-51—110, Noah Barner 59-58—117). Peabody 430 (Tommie Morris 42-50—92, McKenzie Ensminger 52-53—105, Cierra Foth 60-56—116, Brooks Hodges 58-59—117). Bluestem 463 (Kalab Robert 51-56—107, Chris Batta 58-54—112, Tristan Gray 57-64—121, Blake Elsen 61-62—123, Skylar Sooter 66-59—125, Xavier Harrington 81-69—150). Medalists — 1 .Alex Carr Rem. 78, 2. Greg Flores HT 81, 3. Taylor Nemeth Hal. 82, 4. Paul Janzen Rem. 83, 5. Bryce Strecker HT 83, 6. Trey Schmidt Goe. 84, 7. Cory Armendariz Hal. 85, 8. Grant Claassen Rem. 85, 9. Pierce Billington HT 86, 10. Nic Lampe PP 86.
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