VIDEO: Catching up with the Woodward-Granger golfers

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Woodward-Granger's Jordan Pierce lofts a short iron toward the green on the 140-yard seventh hole at the Woodward Golf Club Monday. Looking on is W-G coach David Combs.

WOODWARD — The Woodward-Granger golf teams competed in their third event of the season Monday, all of which have been co-ed affairs.

W-G hosted Panorama and Guthrie Center, with Panorama winning the boys side with a 159 while W-G was second at 189 and Guthrie Center (with only three of the required four players) not posting a team score. The girls portion followed the same order with scores of 227, 251 and 281.

Max Monthei and Reid Cobb of Panorama were the medalist and runner-up medalist at the par 35 Woodward Golf Club after carding scores of 38 and 39, respectively. George Appleseth and Adam Hackfort also scored with rounds of 41, while the 41 of Aaron Klinge and the 44 of Will Babcock were not used for the Panther team total.

Jordan Pierce fired a 41 to lead W-G, with Brady Aunspach (47), Austin Ober (48) and Nick Brummond (51) also scoring. Rounds of 51 from Hunter Pierce and of 55 from Connor Oleson were discarded.

Guthrie Center had three golfers complete the circuit, with McKlain Jorgensen shooting 69, Caleb Finnegan 77 and Sam Vannatta 84.

Woodward-Granger's Paige Mescher blasts her tee shot down the second fairway at the Woodward Golf Club Monday. Among those watch are Hawk teammate Cierra DeHoet (far left).
Woodward-Granger’s Paige Mescher blasts her tee shot down the second fairway at the Woodward Golf Club Monday. Among those watch are Hawk teammate Cierra DeHoet (far left).

Medalist and runner-up honors in the girls meet went to Panorama’s Adrienne Powell (53) and Emily Houston (54), with Madison Fear adding a 58 and Cassie Labath a 62. Christin Koch (69) and Savana Mobley (70) also played for the Panthers.

Karley Jacobus had a team-low 59 for the hosts, with Cierra DeHoet (63), Paige Mescher (64) and Aubrey Mescher (65) scoring while Hannah Nelson (68) also made the rounds.

Bailey Waddell (62), MaKayla Hoing (69), Haley Sheeder (74) and Tabby Herron (76) scored for Guthrie Center, with Hannah Waddell (85) also in action.

W-G hosted DC-G April 5, with the Hawk boys scoring a 176-184 win while the DC-G girls shot a 216 and W-G, with only three girls playing, had no team score.

Brummond and Aunspach had the two low rounds, with each shooting 41. Ober had a 46 for the Hawks, with Hunter Pierce carding a 48. Jordan Pierce (52) and Jackson Larson (57) did not have their scores used.

The Mustangs counted the cards of Tanner Draisey (43), Devin Johnson (46), Connor Dooley (47) and Ben Porepp (48). Hunter Allen (53) and Justin Hanneman (54) competed for DC-G as well.

Brady Aunspach watches as his putt just misses to the right of the cup on the fifth green.
Brady Aunspach watches as his putt just misses to the right of the cup on the fifth green.

Scoring for the Fillies were Julia Austin, Megan Dillivan, BrookLynn Hermann and Sarah Rauschenberg with rounds of 51, 52, 55 and 58, respectively. DC-G did not use the 59 provided by Lidia Steier or the 60 from Maddie Calease.

DeHoet (56), Aubrey Mescher (64) and Nelson (65) played nine for W-G.

The season had opened April 4 at Winterset, which Van Meter uses as their home course.

Van Meter (170), W-G (185) and West Central Valley (187) was the finishing order on the boys side, with Van Meter (216), W-G (269) and WCV (313) also the girls finishing list.

Anthony Lowman (41) and Kyle Schmitt (42) led all golfers for the hosts, with Blake Fryer (43) and Ryan Schmitt (44) scoring for Van Meter. Gavin Waller (45) and J.J. Durflinger (47) were also on the course for the Bulldogs.

Brummond (45), Ober (46), Hunter Pierce (46) and Jordan Pierce (48) were the four scorers for W-G, with Aunspach and Nick Musich (both shot 49) in action as well.

WCV tallied the cards of Logan Pruitt (43), Garrett Coltrider (44), Knick Badker (47) and Jeff Salazar (53), with Alex Harrigan also playing.

Each of the three girls teams played with four-player rosters.

Van Meter had Molly Carey (41), Lizzy Lyon (51), Elsa Abrahamson (60) and Erica Scieszinski (61) make the circuit, with W-G using the scores of Nelson and DeHoet (both had rounds of 62), Jacobus (69) and Aubrey Mescher (76) while WCV counted the strokes of Mikayla Newton (69), Jaicee Wathne (71), Darby Davis (78) and Libby Beitz.

The next home action for the W-G boys will be at 1 p.m. Thursday when they host several teams — Madrid and Perry are confirmed as taking part — for the 18-hole Hawk Invitational. Both W-G teams will be in action at home Monday when Des Moines Christian and Ogden visit for a triangular.

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