Bulldog golfers play at Eagle Rock and Laurel
Thu, 09/24/2015 - 4:59am admin
By Jim Eshleman, Big Horn County News
With the regular season wrapping up for the Bulldogs, Hardin will be traveling to Miles City for the Eastern A divisional tournament on Friday.
Last Thursday, Hardin golfed at Eagle Rock in Billings and in Laurel on Friday. According to Head Coach Linda McClanahan, both boy and girl golfers struggled on the course.
“We need to continue to practice and work on the things that we need to work on,” said McClanahan.
At Eagle Rock, Darnell Lefthand led the boys, shooting a 49 on the front and 49 out back for a 98. Second for Hardin was Adam Tillman who stroked his way to a 108 with a 51 on the front nine and a 57 out back.
Jonathan Noteboom was third for Hardin with a 51 on the front nine and a 60 out back for a 111. Kolin Cannon shot a 127 with a 59 on the front nine and a 68 out back.
For the Lady Bulldogs, Sadye Small led the way with a 62 on the front nine and a 58 out back for a 120. Hailey Cannon shot a 127 with a 60 on the front and a 62 out back.
Friday, the Bulldogs traveled to Laurel for their invite.
“Laurel was a struggle,” said McClanahan. “The wind blew and it was cold.”
At Laurel, the boys, were again led by Lefthand who golfed a 49 on the front and 47 out back for a 96. Tillman was second with a 58-57 for a 115 and Cannon scored a 66 and 61 for a 127. Noteboom golfed his way to a 129 with a 68 on the front nine and a 67 out back for a 129.
Friday, Bulldog golfers will travel to Miles City for the Eastern A division tournament.