Golf

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Boys Golf District Champs!

Congratulations to the LL Boys Golf team on becoming District Champions Monday, 5/15!  They beat Lincoln Christian by 6 strokes as a team yesterday.  We shot a 318, LC a 324.  Grant Johnson was the overall champion after winning a sudden death playoff.  Luke was 3rd, Noah 6th, and Elijah 8th.  State is next week Tuesday/Wednesday in Kearney.

LC Golf Invitational Results

The LL Boys Golf team won the Lincoln Christian Golf Invitational on Tuesday, May 9th.  Individual Scoring was :  1 Luke Bartels (LL)75,  3Noah Frost (LL)78, 4Elijah Frost (LL)81, 8Grant Johnson (LL)82, 12Dylan Lilienthal (LL)84

 

Boys Golf Conference Champions!

This Saturday the boy’s golf team claimed their first Centennial Conference boy’s golf championship at Quail Run GC in Columbus.  Behind the fine play of all five golfers, the Warriors posted a team 317 to beat the defending State Champion, Grand Island Central Catholic team by 6 strokes.  Grant Johnson was the Conference Medalist shooting a +1 73.  The rest of the team’s scoring was rounded out by Elijah Frost 79 (6th), Luke Bartels 82 (9th), Noah Frost 83 (T10) and Dylan Lilienthal 88.  It was a beautiful day and some great golf!

Grant Johnson signs with Nebraska Wesleyan

Congratulations to Grant Johnson! He signed to play golf for Nebraska Wesleyan on April 16. The signing ceremony took place in the Copper Canyon Golf Club in Buckeye Arizona.  Grant was with his parents, Carl and Abbie Johnson, and former Lincoln Lutheran exchange student Simon Braathen. We want to wish Grant God's richest blessings on his college career at Nebraska Wesleyan.

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Golf Results 4/20

LL Boys win the Varsity Golf Invitational at Crooked Creek Golf Course.  Grant Johnson got 1st, Luke Bartels got 2nd, Dylan Lilenthal got 3rd, Noah Frost got 5th and Elijah got 14th.

Golf Results

We had a great week of tournaments last week!  After the quadrangular win on Tuesday we had two Invitational meets at Milford and Nebraska City, bringing home first place in both.

Milford Invitational, Wednesday April 12th

In less than ideal conditions, ran, wind and temps around 57, the Warrior golf team played very well at Milford in some sloppy conditions.  They would have shot in the low teens if we wouldn’t have had a 45 minute weather stoppage, we came out a little cold after that.  Grant Johnson finished as the medalist with a (+1) 73.

Neumann quadrangular results

Yesterday's match was an interesting format, 4-team match play with Wahoo High, Mount Michael, Bishop Neumann and us.  I won't go onto the rules because it would take too long but here are the results. We won both on match play and I stroke play. Scoring a 169 (Mount Michael finished second with 170) and in the match play we had 89 points to Mount Michael's 83. On to Milford today!

JV Golf Results

Without any home field advantage, the Warrior golfers squared off against our practice neighbors, Waverly at Crooked Creek Golf Club Thursday afternoon.  What a difference a day makes.  Wednesday was windy, wet and cold… Thursday was windy… but it was also sunny and warm, a great day to be out and playing golf and the scores showed.  Improving 9 strokes in a day, the Warriors were able to win the dual shooting a team 193 to Waverly’s 199.  For the second day in a row Kyle Luebbe earned medalist honors shooting the best sc

HS Boys JV Golf Results

It was not an easy day with the wind, rain and cool temps but the JV golf team did a great job in beating our cross town rivals, Lincoln Christian, 203 to 210 in a dual at Crooked Creek.  Kyle Luebbe took home medalist honors, shooting the lowest score of the day!  Tomorrow the JV hosts Waverly @ 4:00 at Crooked Creek, I’m looking for a little more of the same, another Warrior win!

Today’s results: 

Lincoln Lutheran

Pius X Boys Golf Tourney Results

After winning this event last year with a team score of 332, one stroke better than Elkhorn South.  This year’s team finished 19 strokes better, scoring an amazing 313… second week in a row with that total on a MUCH tougher course.  However, even with the great play we came up a single stroke short and lost to a very good York team, who shot a 312 (a measly 37 strokes better than last year).  Wouldn’t be surprised if York won Class B this year, very solid team.