The Hannibal golf team won another tournament Tuesday, taking first at the Moberly Invitational. The Pirates played at the Heritage Hills Golf Course in Moberly and finished the day with a 309, 14 strokes better than second-place finishing Moberly.
Hannibal’s Alec Abel tied for the lowest score of the day with a 75, but was awarded second place to Moberly’s Jordan Mehaffy in a scorecard playoff. Hannibal was the only school to have all four of its golfers finish inside the top-10.
Scott Cockrell finished fourth overall with a 77 while Jack Baumann carded a 78 to place sixth. Cody Whiston turned in a 79 and took home eighth overall.
Moberly had a pair of golfers finish inside the top-5 while Fulton finished the day with two inside the top-10. In addition to Moberly’s Mehaffy taking first, Daniel Collier placed fifth with a 77. Fulton’s Kory Masek took third, carding a 76, and Justin Vann placed seventh with a 78.
The rest of the top-10 consisted of Boonville’s Brett Windsor with a 79 in ninth and Justin Menard of North Callaway in 10th with an 81.
Behind Hannibal and Moberly, fellow North Central Missouri Conference foe Fulton took third with a 334 while Mexico was fifth with a 352. Placing fourth was Rock Bridge with a score of 347.
Another NCMC rival, Kirksville, was one stroke behind Mexico with a 353. North Callaway also carded a 353, but lost the tie breaker and placed seventh. Boonville finished eighth in the eight-team tournament.