Tekamah-Herman’s golf team took advantage of maybe the nicest day of the spring, so far, to get in a little course time at Northridge Country Club.
The local course hosted a triangular with the Tigers, West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder and North Bend Central. The event originally was scheduled for North bend’s course, but March’s flooding forced a change of venue.
Coach John Walford’s team took advantage of the situation, winning the day 193-195 over the Cadets. North Bend trailed at 208.
West Point-Beemer’s Teague Stewart was the day’s medalist, shooting a 6-over par 42 in windy conditions at Northridge.
The Tigers were able to group their scores while producing the win. Senior Cody Elliott led the way with a 44. Brock Rogers was close behind at 47 while Braden Ball carded a 48. Eldridge Jensen finished at 54. Freshman Wyatt Deemer posted a 56 in his varsity debut.
In junior varsity play the Cadets were an easy 228-244 winner over North Bend. The Tigers were four shots back at 248.
Jed Hoover’s 47 was the low round for the T-H juniors.
Brooklyn Brenneis came in at 66, followed by Nolan Heim’s 67. Reese Hansen carded a 68, Cole Gordon shot 70. Addisen Regalado finished in 75 while Marissa Ball came in at 83.
The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Invitational set for April 11 was cancelled and will not be made up. The Tigers are scheduled to be back in action Thursday in a dual against Blair at River Wilds. They return to tournament play April 22 at Pender.