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By John Lachmann
Junior Jacob Cahill medaled for the fourth time this season as Conner edged Cooper, 179-180 on Tuesday.
Cahill led all golfers by one stroke.
MEDALIST: Cahill (CON), 6-over 41 on the front nine at Lassing Pointe. RECORDS: Conner 7-2, Cooper 3-5.
CAMPBELL COUNTY 179, SIMON KENTON 179 – Seniors Joe Kidwell from the Camels and John Parrett from the Pioneers tied for medalist honors.
Both recorded one birdie. Kidwell has medaled four times this season.
MEDALISTS: Kidwell (CC) and Parrett (SK), 5-over 40s on the front nine at A.J. Jolly. RECORDS: Campbell County 5-6-1, Simon Kenton 3-7-1.
HOLY CROSS 205, BOONE COUNTY 215 – Rebels senior Logan Finn topped the field by four strokes, but the Indians still won by 10.
MEDALIST: Finn (BC), 7-over 43 on the back nine at Boone Links. RECORDS: Holy Cross 3-3, Boone County 2-4.
DIXIE HEIGHTS 193, SCOTT 200 – Senior Grant Kuether earned medalist honors for the Eagles, who remained winless.
Kuether led all golfers by two strokes.
MEDALIST: Kuether (S), 8-over 44 on the back nine at Kenton County Willows. RECORDS: Dixie Heights 4-4, Scott 0-6.
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