EHS Continues Winning By Downing Charleston
Published on September 19 2012 11:00 am
Last Updated on September 19 2012 11:05 am
Written by Millie Lange
CHARLESTON -- Effingham High School got revenge for a defeat at the hands of Charleston earlier in the season by scoring a 162 to the Trojans 169 in boys golf action Tuesday.
"The boys bounced back from an earlier defeat by gutting it out tonight," said EHS Coach Jeff Schafer. "Anthony Lechman got off to a really good start to shoot his 38. But I'm most proud of Jackson Wendling and Reed Schafer's efforts. Jackson was three-over-par after his first rhee holes and played the last six holes at two-under. Reed had his best varsity score of the year and we really needed his 42 tonight. Brandon Dahnke also had a nice round as well."
Jackson Wendling was medalist in the meet with a 37 follwed by teammate Anthony Lechman with a 38. Also scoring for the Hearts were Reed Schafer with a 42 and Jake Linders with a 45.
Effingham improves to 8-2 while Charleston drops to 13-2.
Effingham -- Jackson Wendling 37, Anthony Lechman 38, Reed Schafer 42, Jake Linders 45, Brandon Dahnke 46, Anthony Barrett 47, Sean Sandifer 48, Michael Woltman 54
Charleston -- Alex Gowin 42, Corby Horn 42, Nick Wilson 42, Dustin Buchanan 43, A.J. Thomas 44, Sawyer Newell 44, Gabe Cox 46, Coleman Engelkes 47