February 29, 2024

Scott City golf claims GWAC title

Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–In their final competition before regional play on Monday, seven schools competed in the Great West Activities Golf meet in Scott City at the Scott City Municipal Golf Course. The meet would produce a new league champion, as the Scott City Beavers claimed their first GWAC title, knocking off Colby and Cimarron.

Scott City turned in a team score of 327, followed by Colby at 341 and Cimarron at 354. 

The Beavers would claim the top two spots, as Kale Wheeler would take the individual title with a round of 75, followed by teammate Jackson Rumford with a 78. Ulysses’ Tucker Metcalf, and Cimarron’s Josh Weishapl tied for third with a score of 80.

Regional competition is on Monday, as Ulysses heads to Hesston for the Class 4A Buhler regional, while Cimarron is at the Class 3A regional in Larned, while Holcomb, Hugoton and Scott City head to Colby for the Class 3A regional meet.

Team Scores
Scott City 327; Colby 341; Cimarron 354; Goodland 390; Hugoton 400; Holcomb 432

Top 15 Individuals
1. Kale Wheeler, Scott City, 75; Jackson Rumford, Scott City, 78; 3t. Tucker Metcalf, Ulysses, & Josh Weishapl, Cimarron, 80; 5. Eli Koerperich, Colby, 81; 6. Dylan Metzger, Scott City, 83; 7t. Isaac Smith & Hunter Vaughn, Colby, 85; 9. Blake Schilling, Cimarron, 86; 10. Zane Betz, Colby, 90; 11t. Jaden Lewis, Scott City & Barrett Slosser, Goodland, 91; 13. Andrew Pfeifer, Cimarron, 92; 14t. Riley Voss, Colby, Blair Linnin, Goodland & Drake Anguiano, Ulysses, 93

Other Area Results
Cimarron: 20. Colby Johnson, 96; 24t. Layne Johnson, 103; 27t. Caden Wilkins, 107
Holcomb: 24t. Bryce Teeter, 103; 29. Bryce Maddox, 108; 31. Jaxton Gallegos, 110; 32t. Jacob Novack, 111; 38. Dalton Foreman, 121; 39. Cross Palacios, 127
Hugoton: 17. Tab Robbins, Hugoton, 94; 18t. Ayden Harper, 95; 22t. Storm Heger, 102; 3. Zachary Willis, 109; 35. Daycen Austin, 115; 37. Dax Allen, 119
Scott City: 21. Matteo Bianco, 100; 27t. Conner Armdendariz, 107
Ulysses: 24t. Bryson Steiskal, 103