Tigers grind it out
SPRING VALLEY — The Princeton Tigers blew into the Three Rivers Conference golf meet taking second place in its league debut on a windy day at Spring Creek Golf Course.
The Tigers came in with a team score of 340, eight strokes behind meet winner Kewanee. St. Bede took fourth at 342, the same score as third-place Riverdale with Amboy/LaMoille (351) sixth, Hall (366) eighth and Bureau Valley (394) 13th in the 15-team field.
“It’s one of those days, when you have young players sometimes don’t know what to expect, The wind picks up (and) the scores pick up. It was just trying to get them to understand that,” PHS coach Duane Price said. “You got to grind it out, you got to keep grinding. That’s the word they keep hearing me say all the time. So second place here today is fantastic under these conditions considering the guys we have on our team.”
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