RO’s Knaus claims second
Red Oak golfers hit the links on Tuesday, April 5, in soggy, wet conditions with the Red Oak boys team hosting Glenwood and the Red Oak girls traveling to Glenwood. Both Red Oak teams dropped their opening meet.
At home, the Tiger boys fell 170-222. Glenwood’s Tye Nebel earned medalist honors, carding a 41, and teammate Brady Aistrope claimed runner up with a 42 final score.
Red Oak boys were led by Sam Fields, who carded a 51.
Other Red Oak scores: Tyler Beeson 52; Cyrus Mensen 57; Hunter Jarrett 62; Greyson Hewitt 66; Truman Stickland 70.
“The team fell into the same problems as last year with too many penalty strokes and too many big numbers,” Red Oak head boys golf coach Bob Boeye said. “We have a lot to work on with next week having a nine-hole meet and two 18-hole meets. Unfortunately, we have low numbers this year, only six players. Hopefully, we can start creating more interest in this game.”
The Tiger girls fell 210-226 to the Rams. Glenwood’s Faith Weber earned medalist honors with a 48. Red Oak’s Brynn Knaus claimed runner-up honors carding a 50 and beating teammate Addey Lydon in the card off.
Other Red Oak scores: Lydon 50; Lennon O’Neal 58; Steph Medina 68; Hannah Smith 72; Lexi Meier 75.
Jasmyn Perez golfed for Red Oak JV and finished with 77.
Red Oak boys compete in Lewis Central on Thursday, April 14, in an 18-hole tournament that begins at 8:30 a.m.
Red Oak girls compete in Shenandoah on Thursday, April 14, in an 18-hole tournament that begins at 1:30 p.m.