By Tom Southard

Heeg wins again, that's par for the course


Image Courtesy of Lani Heeg

Senior Henry Heeg tees off at Alliance.

Two tournaments to report from the past week concerning the Kimball High boys' golf team and two more outstanding performances by senior Henry Heeg.

On April 22, the Longhorns participated in the Morrill Tournament and Heeg shot a round of 37-38=75 to finish 3rd, actually one stroke behind team mate Jordan Greenwood who shot his season best round of 38-36=84 to take second place honors. Michael Ferguson had his best day also with a round of 84, just one place out of the top ten medal group. Spencer Shields shot 107 and Kyle Spicer 110 and Kimball had a team score of 340, also their season...

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