Buster golf stands 7th at KJCCC





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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