Panthers fire 150 at Kellogg

Bryan Veginski

Washington downed the Limestone boys golf team Sept. 9 at Fairlakes Golf Course.

With a 155-168 home victory, the Panthers stayed tied atop the Mid-Illini Conference with Dunlap with a 3-0 mark.

Playing the  par-35 front nine, Austin Worner was the medalist in Secor with a 37.

Right behind him with a 38 was Washington’s Sam Norbom.

David Dalfonso and Nick McClellan helped drop the Rockets to 1-3 in the league with a pair of 40s.

Washington routed the Limestone junior varsity, 165-200, as Cody Smock and Zac Cronkhite contributed matching 39s.

WCHS 155, Normal U-High 163: The Panthers prevailed again Sept. 10 at Fairlakes with three scores below 40.

Worner finished with the low round for the second consecutive match with a 36.

Norbom and Dalfonso added 39s as Washington defeated the shorthanded Pioneers, who had five players between 39 and 42.

McClellan registered a 41 on the outward nine to complete the victory.

WCHS 150, Richwoods 156: The Panthers played brilliantly Monday at Kellogg Golf Course.

Trevor Underwood’s 36 on the front nine, an even-par round, was good for medalist honors.

Washington also received a 37 from Worner, a Dalfonso 38 and Norbom’s 39 to upend the Knights, who had three scores in the 30s.

Zach Jacobs was the JV medal winner with a 37, but the Panthers lost after a tiebreaker following a 173-173 tie. 

Girls golf

Washington lost a triangular on the Kellogg Golf Course Executive 9 Sept. 9.

Mackenzie Barker’s 58 led the Lady Panthers, who totaled a 252 on the par-35.

The rest of the Washington — Brianna Salmi (62), Ellen Corbin (64) and Aleigha Welty (68)— contributors were in the 60s.

Morton was first with a 193, followed by host Notre Dame’s 196.