Trenton Bulldogs Finish 7th At Park Hill Invite, Tolson Medals

Date 2014/4/4 8:40:00 | Topic: Sports

The Trenton Bulldogs opened their golf season on Thursday, playing in the Park Hill Tournament at Tiffany Green in Kansas City. Bulldog senior Chase Tolson, with a score of 79, finished in 10th place individually.

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Tolson actually finished in a NINTH place tie, but officially ended 10th after losing a card playoff. Other Trenton scores on the day were 87 for Lane Beverlin, 91 for Nate Swann, 95 for Corbyn Guile, and 99 for Cree Mullenix. Trenton's team total was 352. Lee's Summit West won the Park Hill Tournament with a team score of 302.

Here are the other teams (and finishing positions and scores):

Team totals:
1 Lees Summit West 302
2 Lees Summit North 325
3 Kearney 333
4 Blue Springs 340
5 Park Hill 347
6 Liberty North 350
7 Trenton 352
8 Lees Summit 357
9 Park Hill South 370
10 Staley 372
11 Oak Park 374
12 Ray Pec 375
13 Fort Osage 376
14 Smithville 383
15 William Chrisman 385
16 Liberty 385
17 Winnetonka 394
18 NKC 418

Comments provided by Head Coach Travis Mullenix said, "It was a wet day! They had 2.5" of rain the prior to the tournament. But the rain stopped and under cloudy skies the boys were able to play 18 holes. Chase had a real good day and medaled finishing 10th overall. It was nice to see him start off the season playing well in a big tournament. I was also happy with the two freshman, Corbyn Guile and Nate Swann. There are a lot of big schools in this tourney and it can be a little overwhelming at first. They handled the pressure very well in the first varsity action of their careers. Its a tough course and they both finished with very respectable scores as freshmen."

Trenton continues its season on Monday afternoon, hosting the Putnam County Midgets at Riverside Country Club. On Tuesday, Trenton hosts Brookfield, before hosting the Marceline Tigers on Friday (April 11th).



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