By John Lachmann
Senior Tyler Hoog medaled for the second time this season as Holy Cross defeated Bellevue, 184-209 on Monday.
Hoog topped the field by two strokes as the Indians won their fifth straight match.
MEDALIST: Hoog (HC), 8-over 44 on the front nine at Hickory Sticks. RECORDS: Holy Cross 7-3-1, Bellevue 12-5.
CAMPBELL COUNTY 171, SCOTT 190 – Senior Joe Kidwell medaled for the fifth time this season to pace the Camels.
Kidwell tied for the low score of the match for Campbell County, which is unbeaten in its last six matches (5-0-1).
MEDALISTS: Kidwell (CC) and Kuether (S), 5-over 40s on the front nine at Flagg Springs. RECORDS: Campbell County 8-6-1, Scott 0-13.
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