The BCHS Eagles played well, posting one of their best nine hole scores of the year, but lost to the Indian Creek Braves who were just too tough to handle on their home course. Junior Parker VanNess captured medalist honors with an even par round of 36, four strokes better than the Braves’ Scott Russell who finished second.
Curtis Lookebill followed up his solid play in the conference tournament, turning in a 43, while Ben Rygiel was the only other Eagle golfer to break 50 with a 47. Other BCHS scores: Brendon Asher 50, Peyton Proctor 53, Rex Watters 65, and Jake Huddleston 70.
Brown County will tee it up again Thursday, May 17, when they host the Edinburgh Lancers. Saturday, May 19, the Eagles travel to the New Castle Invitational, where Parker VanNess took medalist honors last season.
Teams competing at New Castle this year are Brown County, New Castle, Providence, Franklin County, Lawrence North, Shelbyville, Wapahani, Muncie Burris, and Seton Catholic.