Sports

Pirates place seventh in Jeff City golf tourney

Courier-Post Staff
Posted: Apr. 16, 2019 8:05 pm

Hannibal High School's golf team shot a 356 Monday, which was good for seventh place of nine teams in the large school division of the Helias Invitational in Jefferson City.

Pembroke Hill edged out Rock Bridge by a 308-310 margin to capture first place.

Warrensburg was third at 319, which was one stroke better than the host Crusaders. Jefferson City finished fifth with a 341. Hickman's 354 was good for sixth. Following Hannibal were Kirksville and Camdenton at 361 and 367, respectively.

Hunter Parker fired a 77 to lead the Pirates on the Jefferson City Country Club course.

Following Parker for Hannibal were Preston Bennett, 87, Gabe Keesey, 94, Courtland Watson, 98, and Cameron Neisen, 111.

 



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