Grause earns Jayhawk Conference golf honors

Register Sports Editor

Chris Grause has played steady golf throughout the fall and spring portions of the 2008-2009 Kansas Jayhawk Conference golf season.
Earlier this week in the Jayhawk Conference’s final designated tournament, Allen County Community College’s Grause again was steady. He shots even rounds of 78, 79 and 77 on the par-72 Cotton Hills Golf Course in Hutchinson.
For the 54-hole event, the ACCC sophomore from Topeka shot 234, which tied him for 12th in the tournament. More importantly, his steady game brought Grause second-team All-Jayhawk Conference honors. Grause finished 10th in the Jayhawk Conference final individual standings.
At the tournament Monday and Tuesday. the Red Devil team finished in a time for seventh with a score of 982. Hutchinson won it with a 898.
Andrew Rogers shot a 245 (84-83-78) and Will Clark had a 252 (83-87-82). Jake Tynon shot a 255 (84-84-87) and Gavin Cole had a 261 (88-90-83).
This coming Monday, the Red Devils will be out to defend their Region VI, Division II title. The championship tournament is at Pittsburg. On the line are berths in the NJCAA national golf tournament.