Rebel golfers compete at NICL triangulars

Members of Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s girls golf team pictured on Friday, April 5, in Union at the South Hardin Recreation Area course following their first meet of the season during which several personal records were set by Rebel golfers. Golfers pictured include (from left) (from left) Stella Heinzel, Nattalee Brinkman, Piper Evans and Mallory Wrage. PHOTO COURTESY OF GLADBROOK-REINBECK SCHOOLS

UNION — The BCLUW girls’ golf team won a home triangular for the second time in as many nights, beating Gladbrook-Reinbeck and AGWSR in last Friday’s NICL meet at South Hardin Recreation Area.

The Comets claimed all of the hardware thanks to a 189 team score. Lindsay Beeghly charted a medalist round of 2-over-par 37, and Sydney Anderson shot the runner-up score of 44 for BCLUW. Marissa Schnathorst (53) and Leah McEwen (55) completed the team scoring.

AGWSR finished out with a 223, while Gladbrook-Reinbeck carded a 266.

Gabrielle Krueger led AGWSR with a 47, while Nattalee Brinkman paced G-R with a 58.

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CONRAD — The BCLUW boys’ golf team shaved six strokes in one day and shot a 155 to win last Friday’s NICL triangular at Oakwood Golf Course.

The Comets carded a 155 team total to distance themselves from AGWSR (172) and Gladbrook-Reinbeck (185).

BCLUW’s winning round was captained by sophomore Zaden Eggers, who shot a 1-under-par round of 34 for medalist honors. Eggers had three-straight birdies on his way to the low round of the day.

Mason Martin scored a 35 to claim runner-up medalist for the Comets, who also got a 41 from Bodie Butler and matching 45s from Nate Bishop and Beau Towne.

Gabe Nederhoff led AGWSR with a 39. Austin Gehring’s 41 led Gladbrook-Reinbeck. Brayden Utter added a 47, Austen Mathern shot a 48 and Anthony Knaack a 49 for the Rebels.