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I-35 golf finding its shots

Interstate 35 golfer Hope Lowry watches her putt travel toward the hole Tuesday in Afton where the Roadrunner golfers competed in a triangular with East Union and Lenox.
Interstate 35 golfer Hope Lowry watches her putt travel toward the hole Tuesday in Afton where the Roadrunner golfers competed in a triangular with East Union and Lenox.

AFTON – I-35 golf showed that even with a lack of practice time they can still put together good rounds early in the season.

Hope Lowry and Aubrey Ocheltree shot a 73 and 77, respectively, while Ainsley Maske led the Roadrunners with a 66.

“They were all very happy with how they did considering the lack of practice time. On the boys’ side, Ryan Truman shot a 70 and did some nice things throughout his round,” said I-35 head coach Dan Krull.

“Our kids exceeded expectations for their first meet after only one practice at a golf course,” sad Krull.

Ryan Truman shot a 70 for the Roadrunner boys team.

Gaining confidence in Leon

The Roadrunner golfers put together another good outing in Leon Monday night as a number of lower scores were posted.

After posting a 73 in Afton, Lowry shot a 60 in Leon. Ocheltree knocked down her 78 from the week prior with a 76 while Maske put together a round of 71.

Truman was once again the lone boys golfer and entered the clubhouse with a 74.

“They all had some good shots and good holes; just working on that consistency,” said Krull.

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