Logan golfers sharp in sectional tune-up
Logansport’s boys golf team defeated Rochester 330-344 Thursday at Dykeman Park Golf Course in a tune-up for today’s sectional meet.
Bryan Worthington shot an 8-over 78 to lead the Berries and earn co-medalist honors. Will Harvey, Matt Beeman and Deion Rennewanz each added an 84.
“Our guys are starting to peek at the right time. It was a good warm up for us,” Logan coach Pete Lundy said. “If we play the same or a little better we’ll have a good chance at winning and definitely at making it out as a team again. Our guys are playing their best golf now.”
The Berries finish with a 5-8 dual meet record. They’re hosting a sectional that has a wide open sectional field.
“There are four to six teams with a legitimate shot,” Lundy said. “Rochester is in the mix.
“Definitely the teams are very close.”
Logan tied Rochester 360-360 in the JV match and won on the fifth-score tie-breaker. Jack Skaggs paced the JV Berries with an 87 and was co-medalist.
The sectional tees off at 9:30 a.m. today. The Berries are in the final grouping and tee off starting at 10:40.
Carbaugh, Wilson ready for regional
Lewis Cass’ No. 1 doubles team of Kirsten Carbaugh and Khyla Wilson were selected to the All-Mid-Indiana Conference girls tennis team on Wednesday.
Carbaugh, a senior, and Wilson, a junior, led the Lady Kings with a 18-3 record at No. 1 doubles. The pair will be playing in the Kokomo Regional on Saturday at 10 a.m.
Gabi Hartley, a senior and No. 1 singles player for the Kings, was selected to the MIC second team. Ivette Prado, who played No. 2 singles, was selected as honorable mention.
At the Lady Kings banquet, Carbaugh earned the Most Points trophy and was also selected by her teammates for the Best Attitude award. Haley Burkett, a sophomore, was selected a Most Improved.