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Barton men second on windy day at StoneRidge
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The temperature cooperated but the wind didn’t.
Despite it all, the Barton men’s golf team navigated its way around 36 holes Monday afternoon at StoneRidge Golf Course for a second place finish in its own invitational.
Dodge City won the tournament with the Cougars coming in second. Barton continued to shoot sub-300 rounds despite the wind for the runner-up slot.
Dodge City shot 578 to win the event by 11 strokes. Barton shot 589. Bethel finished a distant third with a 629 and Coffeyville fourth at 664.
Barton’s Natchapol Srinoon won the individual medal honors with a 4-under par total of 138. He best teammate Jakkapat Horsangchai and Dodge City’s Kantapong Chaisiriwichian by four strokes.
The Conquistadors took control of the tournament in morning 18 with a 1-under team total of 283 to grab and 11 stroke lead on the Cougars. Dodge gained two more strokes in the afternoon with a 295 while Barton shot a 297.
But both scores were under 300, sending Barton to the spring season with six straight sub-300 rounds. The tournament was the final one of the fall season.
“It was a good fall for us,” Barton Coach Doug Kaiser said. “We only played in three events but we did well in each one. We have been under 300 every round as a team. Last year we only did that once – in the final meet of the year.”
Srinoon took the lead with on the opening 18 with a 3-under par 71. He finished the day under par on the second round as well with a 70.
The best round of the day was fired by Horsangchai who rebounded with a 67 on his final 18 after shooting a 75 in the morning. Seokhun Kang had a good morning for Barton with a 70 but ballooned to an 81 to finish the day in the Top 10..
Jared Oelke shot a 77-81—158 for the Cougars and Blake Huxman fired an 80-85-165 to complete the Cougar team scores.
Barton’s Riley Kane shot an impressive 76-78—154 for the Cougars as an individual. Also playing as individuals, Christian Wetter shot 86-81—167, Jestin Jackson 84-84—168, and Jaron Kellerman 85-87—172.