Buster golf stands 7th at KJCCC

4/22/2014

By J. LEVI BURNFIN

By J. LEVI BURNFIN

lburnfin@gctelegram.com

The Garden City Community College golf team is in seventh place out of nine teams at the KJCCC Men's Championship golf tournament after two rounds.

The Broncbusters shot a four-man score of 324 in the first round at Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newton on Monday, and followed up with a 319 in the second for a two-round score of 78-over-par 654.

Dodge City leads all teams at 298-304--602 (+26), followed by Hutchinsin (304-310--614), Kansas City, Ks, (306-311--617), Johnson County (301-316--617), Barton County (314-311--625) and Independence (316-318--634).

Coffeyville (315-339--654) and Allen County (331-335--666) are the only two teams trailing the Busters.

The third and final round will be completed today

The lowest Buster was Matthew LeGrange, who shot a 10-over-154 (80-74), putting him in a tie for 12th.

Boone Wells was next best in a tie for 31st (79-82--161), then Nathan Forest (80-85--165). Sam Cooney (85-80--165) was in a tie for 40th followed by Slade Loewen (87-89--176) and Lane Sherer (95-83--178).

Loewen is comepting as an individual for the Busters, resulting in neither of his scores counting toward the team score.

Dodge City's Ryan Hand leads the field with a 3-over-147 (74-73).

Head coach Matt Christian refused to comment after the tournament during a telephone call.

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