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April 24, 2012

South golfers lose at Rea Park

TERRE HAUTE — Greencastle outscored Terre Haute South 156-172 in high school boys golf action in cool, windy conditions Monday at Rea Park.

The Tiger Cubs played their third match at Rea Park in less than two weeks and improved to 5-0 in nine-hole matches. They finished second in the Terre Haute South Invitational on Saturday.

“We’ll finally have a home match today [Tuesday],” said coach Steve Paquin. His team will play Tri-West at Windy Hills.

South is 2-3 in nine-hole matches after losing by a shot to Owen Valley last week. The Braves will be in the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference championship action at Hulman Links on Saturday.

Sophomore Alec Davis led the winners and was medalist with a 1-under-par 35. He had two birdies in his round.

Davis also was medalist in last Saturday’s competition, besting Adam LaGrange of Terre Haute North in a playoff.

Brad Haussin had 39, Luke Brotherton 40 and Raymond Stinson 42 to round out the Greencastle scoring.

Drew Cahill carded 41 to lead the Braves. Ryan Cahill and Luke Peoples each shot 42 and Jon Payne 47.

South won a junior varsity match 191-202. Mario Foradori of South was medalist with 42 and Adam Jayne of Greencastle had 43.

 

Greencastle 156, Terre Haute South 172

Greencastle (156) — Brad Haussin 39, Alec Davis 35, Luke Brotherton 40, Tanner Dean 47, Raymond Stinson 42, Derik Thomas 45.

Terre Haute South (172) — Luke Peoples 42, Jon Payne 47, Drew Cahill 41, Ryan Cahill 42, Sam Mimms 49, Ethan Hall 49.

Terre Haute South JV 191, Greencastle JV 202

Terre Haute South (191) — Mario Foradori 42, Andrew Martinez 45, Max Cooper 58, Matt Clary 46, Shae Orr 64.

Greencastle (202) — Adam Jayne 43, Joe Kaiser 60, Carl Basile 47, Justin Baxter 52.

Next — Terre Haute South (2-3) plays in the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference championship on Saturday at Hulman Links. Greencastle (5-0) plays Tri-West at Windy Hills today.

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