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Golf roundup: Tenboer leads Mustangs to win

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 12:10 a.m. CST • Updated: Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 5:13 p.m. CST

Anthony Tenboer led a balanced Morrison Mustang attack in a Three Rivers triangular Tuesday at Valley View in Cambridge.

Morrison won with a score of 175, followed by Orion at 195 and Newman at 203.

Tenboer was the medalist with a 43. He was followed by a trio of 44s by teammates Noah Hogue, Brock Smith and Colton Smith.

Newman's Matt Wagenecht and Seiler Noble both shot 49.

Riverdale 156, Princeton 170, Prophetstown 185: The Prophets finished third in a Three Rivers match at Byron Hills in Port Byron.

Jaden Taylor led the Prophets with a 44, while Jackson Ames and Jackson Westen both shot 46. Riverdale's Tyler Bussert was medalist with a 34.

Forreston 199, Eastland 205: Forreston's Bryan Edler and Nathan Schneiderman tied at 46 for medalist honors to lead the Cardinals to a NUIC win at Lake Carroll.

Eastland's top score was Collin Eubanks' 49.

Polo 185, Lena-Winslow 262: The Marcos packed their scores together in a NUIC victory at Edgewood Country Club in Polo.

Christopher Radamacher led the way with a 44, followed by Brix Clayton at 45 and Matthew Handel at 46.

Lena-Winslow's Kyle Jensen was the medalist with a 42.

Amboy 177, Erie 188, Bureau Valley 199: Griffin Kozeal earned medalist honors with a 38 at the three-team meet at Hidden Lakes.

Bureau Valley's Jacob Heidenreich carded a 43, while Levi Floming (Erie) and Sam Kline (Amboy) each shot 45s.

Girls golf

Geneseo 175, Prophetstown 240, Rock Island 249: Taylor Kelley led Prophetstown with a 54, while teammate Rachael Driscoll carded a 58 at Geneseo Country Club.

Jasmine Haggard (63) and Hannah Kolling (65) rounded out the scoring for the Panthers. Geneseo's Monica Lieving was the medalist with a 39.

Tuesday's stars

Anthony Tenboer, Morrison 43

Griffin Kozeal, Amboy, medalist 38

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