In their final competition on Fox Run Golf Course this season, the Yankton Bucks boys’ golf team had four golfers at par or better and seven golfers under 80 to sweep a boys’ golf dual with Lennox on Thursday.
Led by Jimmie Cunningham’s 3-under 69, the Yankton Bucks shot a 4-under 284 as a team. Gavin Haselhorst shot a 1-under 71. Austin Frick and Landon Moe each shot even-par 72 on the day.
The score was Yankton’s best team score since shooting a 282 at Brandon in 2005. Brandon is a par-71 course, meaning that score was 2-under.
Lennox, which finished at 337, was led by Dalton Plucker’s 79. Eli Cinco shot 83 for the Orioles.
Yankton’s second four were also victorious, scoring a 315 to beat out Lennox (407) for the JV win. Henry Homstad shot 76, and Simon Hacecky and Dawson Vellek each shot 79 to lead Yankton.
Also for the Bucks, Jerry Kosmatka shot 81, Jace Tramp shot 82, Caeden Ekroth carded an 88, Luke Abbott shot 95 and Jake Cunningham carded a 96.
Yankton hosts its annual invitational Sept. 13 at Hillcrest Golf and Country Club. All but one of the Class AA programs will be represented at this year’s event, as Yankton will host the state tournament Oct. 7-8 at Hillcrest.
VARSITY: Yankton 284, Lennox 337
INDIVIDUAL: Jimmie Cunningham Y 69, Gavin Haselhorst Y 71, Austin Frick Y 72, Landon Moe Y 72, Dalton Plucker L 79, Eli Cinco L 83, Konnor Gayle L 87, Caleb Wipf L 88
JUNIOR VARSITY: Yankton 315, Lennox 407
INDIVIDUAL: Henry Homstad Y 76, Simon Hacecky Y 79, Dawson Vellek Y 79, Jerry Kosmatka Y 81, Jace Tramp Y 82, Caeden Ekroth Y 88, Brandon Sweeter L 94, Luke Abbott Y 95, Jake Cunningham Y 96, Koby Jackson L 99, Talan Diercks L 107, Max Bombas L 107, Zach Zirpel L 120
BERESFORD — Dakota Valley edged Sioux Falls Christian and host Beresford for top honors in a nine-hole boys’ golf quadrangular on Thursday at The Bridges Golf Course in Berersford.
Dakota Valley put three golfers in the top five to finish at 166. Sioux Falls Christian and Beresford each shot 170. Elk Point-Jefferson finished at 218.
Beresford’s Payton Borah and Dakota Valley’s Paul Bruns each shot 39, with Borah winning a playoff for the title. Dakota Valley’s Keaton Hensley and Isaac Bruns, and Sioux Falls Christian’s Andrew Dykstra each shot 40.