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May 19, 2014

Preps: South 4th, North 8th in Conference Indiana boys golf

BLOOMINGTON — Two ranked teams tied for first in the Conference Indiana boys high school golf championships after 18 holes of play Monday at the Bloomington Country Club.

Columbus North and Bloomington South each shot 309 in cool, sunny conditions. Columbus North won on its fifth score — two players had 82, one shot better than the Panthers’ fifth score.

Columbus North was ranked second in the golf poll last week. Bloomington South was 15th.

Following the leaders in scoring were Perry Meridian at 311, Terre Haute South 340, Bloomington North 342, Southport 346, Franklin Central 354 and Terre Haute North 365.

Perry Meridian junior Dylan Windler was medalist with par-72. He went 37-35 and said that was his best score of the season.

Joe Weiler of Bloomington South took second with 73 and Michael Vandeventer and Christian Fairbanks of Columbus North tied for fourth, each shooting 74.

Drew Cahill of Terre Haute South shot 80 to earn all-conference honors, tying for 10th. Adam LaGrange of Terre Haute North tied for 13th with 82.

North and South both will be busy with other matches this week. Both will be in the rescheduled county match Wednesday at Rea Park and both will be in the Franklin Central Invitational on Saturday.

North also plays 19th-ranked Sullivan today and South Vermillion on Thursday. Both matches will be at Hulman Links.

South plays Linton today at Phil Harris Course.

“We struggled on a very nice day. We made more birdies than usual but it was not reflected in the score,” said South coach Chris Cassell.

“We have a lot of learning to do,” said coach Abe Nasser Jr.

Conference Indiana championship

Team scores — Columbus North 309 (wins on fifth score), Bloomington South 309, Perry Meridian 311, Terre Haute South 340, Bloomington North 342, Southport 346, Franklin Central 354, Terre Haute North 365.

Columbus North (309) —  Michael Vandeventer 74, Christian Fairbanks 74, Ian Coffey 79, Nick Waskom 82, Kyung Kim 82.

Bloomington South (309) — Joe Weiler 73, Nick Burris 76, Sam Karcher 79,  Tanner Shapiro 81, Ben Dawson 83.

Perry Meridian (311) — Dylan Windler 72, Nick Osterburg 74, Brad Sprinkle 82, Justin Bowman 83, Chris Allman 84.

Terre Haute South (340) — Drew Cahill 80, Darin Pemberton 85, Braxton McIntyre 87, Ryan Cahill 88, Gregory Stultz 94.

Terre Haute North (365) — Adam LaGrange 82, Jaret Morlan 93, Gunar Alumbaugh 95, Cam Lewellyn 95,  Luke Young 98.

Individual leaders

*72 — Dylan Windler (PM) 37-35.

*73 — Joe Weiler (BS).

*74 — Michael Vandeventer (CN), Christian Fairbanks (CN), Nick Osterburg (PM).

*76 — Nick Burris (BS), Ian Bailey (BN).

*79 — Ian Coffey (CN), Sam Karcher (BS).

*80 — Drew Cahill (THS), Justin Smith (FC).

81 — Tanner Shapiro (BS).

82 — Nick Waskom (CN), Kyung Kim (CN), Brad Sprinkle (PM), Adam LaGrange (THN).

*Denotes all-conference honor.

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In other boys golf Monday:

• Rockville wins — At Parke County Course, Rockville, Jacob Gregg shot 37 to lead Rockville to a win in a three-way match.

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