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Horn, Antonetti medal at Pittsburg

Thursday, April 12, 2012

PITTSBURG -- Tucker Horn and Conner Antonetti earned medals here at Pittsburg's invitational meet while Fort Scott High finished seventh in team standings.

Horn and Antonetti tied with several other players with scores of 81. Horn (42 front nine, 39 back) won the scorecard playoff and Antonetti (also 42-39) was second-best. This put Horn in seventh place and Antonetti in eighth.

"Tucker is steadily improving, both playing more consistently well and not letting a few bad strokes or holes damage his otherwise solid play," Fort Scott head coach Ken Klassen said. "Conner can be counted on to contribute and score well, and I can see his confidence growing each time he ventures out to compete."

The Tigers were without Channing Nielson, who missed the tournament due to health problems. Their team score of 352 was rounded out by Johnathan Allen's 48-44--92 and either Baker Weilert (51-47) or Anthony Sercer (52-46) at 98. Sercer was filling in for Neilson. Dane Ramsey shot a season-best 53-47--100 for Fort Scott.

Independence won its second tournament of the season with a four-man score of 325 followed by Coffeyville at 336 and Colgan at 338.

Individually, Logan Taylor became the second Indy player to win a tournament this season as he finished at 38-40--78, winning a three-way scorecard playoff with Iola's Shane Walden (39-39) and Pittsburg's Andrew Joy (41-37).

The Tigers play at Parsons' KATY Course next Thursday.

JUNIOR VARSITY -- The Tigers finished third Monday at Chanute as Dakota Singmaster finished second with a 48, Cole Snyder took fourth at 50 and Sercer tied for eighth with a 53.



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