A Seven Win Season For Kimball Boys Golf Team

Three Seniors Finish High School Career

 

Lynn Anthony/For The Observer

These three seniors closed out their four-year Kimball High golf careers as four year varsity players with the enviable record of four consecutive Western Trails and SPVA Conference titles along with four consecutive District Tournament championships. Left to right are Izaac Reuter, Zane Anthony and Dillon Wise.

The Kimball High Boy's Golf Team wrapped up another successful season with seven teams wins, including both conference championships and the District title! For the three seniors on the team, this meant a sweep of all four years as conference and district champions! The Longhorns also finished third, sixth and seventh in team standing.

At Mitchell in their first outing they finished third with 347, won at Morrill with 338, sixth a Scottsbluff with 352, won at Bridgeport, with 332, won at Bayard in the WTC with 334, won at the SPVA at Enders with 344, won at Chappell with 335, won at Kimball with their low score of the season with 320, won at District in Cambridge with 355, and finished seventh at State in Kearney with 368.

Senior Dillon Wise, who has accepted a golf scholarship to play at McCook Community College this coming season, was Kimball's number one golfer. He had nine top ten medal rounds and brought home hardware in all but the state tournament. He was medalist three times and runner up once. His low round of the season was 75, a round he shot at Scottsbluff where he finished in a tie for first and lost in a three-person playoff. Dillon ended up with an average tournament score of 79.7.

Senior Zane Anthony was a top ten medal winner in 8 of the 10 tournaments and was medalist at WTC in Bayard with his low score of 77. he matched that score at Bridgeport to finish runner up, and was also runner up at SPVA. His scoring average for the season was 83.2.

Senior Izaac Reuter was a seven time top ten medal winner for the season with his low round of 84 shot at the WTC Conference Tournament in Bridgeport where he finished fourth. Izaac's average round on the season was 87.4.

These three seniors were such a vital role in the success of the Kimball High boy's golf team all four years and will be greatly missed. They started their careers together as very young kids in the Kimball Junior golf program and stayed together through their illustrious careers. They created some long term memories that will last forever.

Now it is rebuilding time for the Kimball boys. The two varsity players returning are this year's sophomores, Jess Heide-Sieren and Cole Henton. Both of these promising young men won two top ten medals this season. Jess had an average of 93.6 per round and shot a low round of 82 to finish sixth at the Kimball Invite. Cole played in nine tournaments missing one tournament due to a scholastic project he was involved in. His low round for the season was 87 at Chappell where he finished ninth. His season average was 96.7.


Also returning are this year's junior Ethan Greenwood and freshman Trevor Anderson. The four returning players need more young men to checkout and try the sport.

Congrats to coach had Wise and this year's team, for a great season as they carried on the winning tradition. It will be interesting to see if the Longhorns can keep that tradition alive, but again, they are going to need more golfers to take up the life time sport.

 

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