Kimball, Wise Champions at Chappell
May 9, 2019
Another win for the Kimball High Boy's Golf team and for Kimball senior Dillon Wise. Wise won the medalist honors at the Chappell Tournament with his round of 38-41=79 to pace Kimball's team victory of 335, 21 strokes better than runner-up Bridgeport with 356 followed by Sutherland with 361, Garden County 370, Creek Valley 404, Mitchell 422, South Platte 436, Bayard 437 and Perkins County 559.
Another good team showing for Kimball with four team members in the top ten medal group. Zane Anthony was 4th with his round of 43-38=81, Cole Henton 9th at 42-45=87 and Izaac Reuter 10th at 46-42=88. Jess Heide shot 47-46=93.
Horns Shoot Season
Low Scores at Home Invite
The Kimball boys close out their regular season on their home course and shot their season low score in winning the Kimball Invitational with a team score of 320. Perkins County was the runner-up team with 347 followed by Mitchell with 358, Mitchell JV 374, Garden County 380, Creek Valley 440 and Bayard 442. Chase County, Potter-Dix, Kimball JV and Perkins County JV did not have team scores.
Aaron Fay of Perkins County shot the low score of the day to take medalist honors with his round of 77. Kimball's Dillon Wise was just one stroke back with his round of 36-42=78 to finish 2nd and Zane Anthony gave Kimball a 3rd place medal with his round of 40-39=79. Jacob Woodmancy of Perkins County was 4th with an 80. Kimball's Izaac Reuter was 5th with his round of 81 and Jess Heide-Sieren shot his career low round of 41-41=82 for 6th place giving Kimball four golfers in the top six rounds.
Others in the top ten medal group were Austin Thyne of Mitchell 7th with an 83, Burke Schneider, Mitchell 8th with 83, Karson Klooz of Chase county 9th with 86 and Austin Laird, Chase County 10th with 87.
Jacob Walker shot 50-54=104 for Kimball's other varsity round. On the JV play for the day, Jaren Winstrom had a good round of 46-52=98 and freshman Trevor Anderson was 56-56=112. Cole Henton was involved in a math contest and didn't play for Kimball.
Coach Chad Wise was happy to get the tournament in and the day was without wind, although it stayed cool through the morning play and was still at 49 at 12 noon. The afternoon play was warmer and enjoyed by the golfers. Next up on the schedule for the Longhorns is the district tournament to be held this Monday, May 13th at Cambridge. For the seniors on this year's team it will be a final chance to win district and qualify for their fourth time for state tournament play.