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Tigers take opener

The Princeton Tigers opened their 2013 golf season with a win at Streator Country Club, defeating the host Streator Bulldogs and St. Bede.

Princeton topped the field with a 163, paced by junior Ian Nichols, who scored medalist honors at 38. Right behind were freshman Colby Robbins (39) and senior Zach Hicks (40) while Colin Pearson added a 46.

For St. Bede (184), Joe Dudek carded a 41, Anthony Truckenbrod at 46, Joe Kim a 49 and Jarret Olson a 49.

Streator (176) was second.

St. Bede (174) topped Streator by eight strokes in the F/S meet behind Jack Kunkel’s 39. Colton Ervin had a 45 for PHS.

At Spring Creek: Host Hall bested Bureau Valley 180-223 in an inter-county round of golf Tuesday. Hall senior Pete Mautino snared medalist honors at 41. Other Hall scores were Ryan Ott 43, Nick Scheri 48 and Matt Hoscheid 48.

Logan Twidell topped the Storm at 48. Other scores were Ryan Young 51, Jacob Heidenreich 61, Jay Norden 63, Harrison Brousseau 68 and Brock Lally 72.

Hall also won the JV meet, 206-318. Avery Detmers and Alex Knutson each fired 51s for Hall.

At Lacon Country Club: Bureau Valley got into the win column Thursday, defeating host Midland 198-205 Young was medalist at 41. Also scoring for the Storm were Heidenreich (49), Twidell (50) and Lally (59).


At Chapel Hill: Arraia Hicks shot a 43 in Thursday, but Princeton fell to LaSalle-Peru by 10 strokes.

Audra Reidner added a 47 for PHS with Kalie Sudaj leading L-P with the same score.

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