MHS golfer bows out at regional

Harley Kruschwitz lines up a putt at sectional. Photo by Eric Christiansen

By The Paper Staff

Wabash County’s high school golfers took to two separate golf courses for IHSAA sectional action in recent days.

Manchester golfer Harley Kruschwitz shot a 75 in sectional play at Rozella Ford Golf Club in Warsaw, to advance to the regional round. He shot a 79 in the regional play Swan Lake Resort.

Wabash and Southwood took part in the Peru Sectional Monday, June 3 at Rock Hollow Golf Club.

The host Tigers won the sectional with a team score of 316, led by medalist Kash Bellar, who shot a 71.

Wabash finished in seventh place as a team with a score of 393.
Blayze Shemwell led the Apaches after carding an 85. He was followed by Asif Khan, who shot an 86.

Andrew Dinkins (102), Wyatt Davis (120) and Brodie Howard (126) rounded out the Apaches’ scorecard.

Southwood finished in eighth place with a team score of 405.
The Knights were led by Carson Heath, who shot a 96. Logan Arnold carded a 97, and Ket Baldwin shot a 99.

Adam Spaulding (113) and Baron Hedrick (122) rounded out the Southwood scorecard.

Manchester and Northfield competed in the Warsaw Sectional.

The Squires finished in sixth place with a team score of 330.

Culver Academy won the tournament with a team score of 300, led by medalist Michael Perea, who carded a 71.
Owen Kruschwitz followed closely behind Harley Kruschwitz with a 77.

Klayton Hendrix (87), Konrad Borgmann (91) and Mathias McLaughlin (102) rounded out the Squires’ scorecard.

Harley Kruschwitz’s score was good enough to advance to the regional round at Swan Lake Resort, where he shot a 79.
Northfield competed with an incomplete team.

Toby Baer led the Norse with an 84, followed by Quentin Dale (113) and Keaton Stout (117).

Posted on 2019 Jun 11