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MCC men’s golf wraps up first tourney with 6th-place finish

MCC men’s golf wraps up first tourney with 6th-place finish

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ANDREWS — McLennan Community College’s men’s golf team traveled to the Andrews Country Club to compete in the Andrews Collegiate/Amateur Invitational. At the end of the two day event Sunday, the Highlanders finished in sixth place with a 287-280—567.

The winds were strong in west Texas during the tournament, affecting the play. Not surprisingly, the top five finishers were schools from the area. Midland won the tournament, shooting 272-279—542. Odessa was in second with 558, and Western Texas finished in third at 559. Wayland Baptist shot a 563, good enough for fourth place, and University of Permian Basin hit 575 for fifth place.

Mason Mikeska, a sophomore for MCC, lead the Highlanders with 73-67—140. He tied for ninth in the tournament. Caden Honea was tied for 12th, shooting 71-70—141, and Hayes Hamilton and Will Fore tied for 18th. Hamilton shot 72-72—144, while Fore shot 71-73—144. Holden Hamilton shot 74-72—146 to tie for 27th, and Ulrik Joergensen also tied for 27th with a 75-71—146.

The Highlanders next travel to Abilene on Oct. 10 to compete in the Diamondback Shootout at Diamondback Golf Club.


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