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SWC Golf Results

Valentine participated in Southwest Conference Golf in Gothenburg on May 7, 2015. Overall, the team was runner up.

Individually, Brooks Coleman shot an 83, Cameron Bancroft 84, Lyle Cate 88, Kyle Johnson 97, Logan O'Kief 100 and Amos Hagedorn 101.

There were 3 Badgers who made All Conference:

1st team All Conference

-Brooks Coleman

2nd team All Conference

-Cameron Bancroft

-Lyle Cate

 

 

 

Badger Booster Banquet Award Winners

Congratulations to all of the Badger Booster Banquet Award winners, including:

Madison Kelber and Jacob Hand - Athletes of the Year

Savannah Dean and Brooks Coleman - 12 Sport Athletes

Savannah Dean and Quincy Eggleston - KVSH Scholarship

Badger Booster Fan of the Year - in Memory of Cheri Petersen

 

Badger Golf Results from May 4th, 2015

Valentine Varsity Team placed Runner Up at the Ainsworth Invite on May 4, 2015.

Brooks placed 2nd with 78.

Cameron placed 5th with 82.

Lyle Cate placed 8th with 89.

JV:

2nd place -  Logan O'Kief with a 94.

Complete results will follow.

   

Badger Golf Results - Broken Bow Invite, May 1st

The Valentine Badgers placed 2nd overall with a score of 351 at the Broken Bow invite held on Friday, May 1st.

Cameron Bancroft was an individual champion, placing 1st with a score of 71, just 1 under par.

Brooks Coleman placed 12th with an 87.

Lyle Cate scored a 91.

Amos Hagedorn scored 102, Logan O'Kief 103 and Kyle Johnson 108.

 

 

Badger Golf Results, North Central Triangular at Bassett, April 30th

Jr. Varsity Golf scored 186 over North Central's 223 at the North Central Triangular Golf Meet on April 30th.

Individual scores: Kyle Grooms - 33, Logan O'Kief - 44, James Battershaw - 46, Trevor Willcuts - 53, Ethan Gehlsen - 55, Cade Adamson - 57, Shawn Ward 66.

In Varsity action, Valentine placed 1st with a 164, Ainsworth were runners up with 189 and North Central placed 3rd with 193.

Individually, Cameron Bancroft scored 38, Brooks Coleman and Lyle Cate scored 41, Kyle Johnson scored 44 and Amos Hagedorn scored 48.

   

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