At Clover Meadows
Greencastle – Jaxon Parmley 40, Conner Taylor 41, Benton Parmley 41, Vincent Martaglio 46, Tyler Rogers 52
Cloverdale – Michael Holsapple 47, Wyatt Helterbrand 48, Cody Morris 58, Josh Allen 59, Kyle Thomas 64
Clover Coach Doug Wokoun comments: We had about a half hour delay for weather during the round, but were able to successfully complete the round. Conditions were good other than the delay. We did some very good things at times, but sustaining consistency continues to be a concern. I was a little disappointed in Monday’s effort, but this was a better outing. We need to build on the good things we are doing and find some continuity in our play. We are doing enough good things to be optimistic, but the progress never comes soon enough. We have to be patient and continue to work.
Michael and Wyatt both hit good shots through the round, but weren’t able to string together enough of them to sustain any consistency. Cody had one rough stretch in the middle of the round, but rebounded toward the end. Josh made some good progress and was able to score on some shots that he had been missing. Kyle showed some improvement over Monday and is not yet seeing the fruits of his good shots, but that will come with experience.
Cloverdale (2-6) plays at Phil Harris on Thursday with White River Valley, Owen Valley and Sullivan.
Tiger Cub Coach Stephen Paquin comments: The Tiger Cubs put together a consistent 9 hole round at Clover Meadows to defeat county opponent Cloverdale 168 to 212 on Tuesday. This was a makeup from last Thursday. Jaxon Parmley was medalist for the match with a 40, followed by Conner and Benton with 41″s. Getting into the scoring mix was freshman Vincent Martoglio with a 46. Lathen Worman had his best scoring round of the year with a 48. Only three of the seven GHS players had played the front nine, so this was more impressive due to the lack of knowledge ot the holes being played. All the players hit quality shots and chipped and putted well during the match. Benton had a very good night driving the ball and hitting greens with his 2nd shots. The greens were wet and slow so that made chipping and putting difficult; which caused the Cubs to have more putts than usual. This problem should be taken care of as they play the different greens on the different courses we play. We continue to shoot lower scores and get more experience on the variety of courses we play.
Next Match: Wed. at Tiger Pointe CC against Crawfordsville and North Putnam 4:30.