Red Devil golfers play short game

HESSTON — Cold weather cut the Jayhawk Conference fifth designated golf tournament in half. The conference tournaments are 36-hole events but Monday’s at Hesston Country Club went only 18 holes.
“We started play with it being 34 degrees and 30 to 40 miles-per-hour winds from the north,” said Mike Hayes, ACCC golf coach.
The Red Devils finished ninth with a combined team score of 330. Dodge City won the tournament, one stroke ahead of Kansas City, Kan., with a 301. Hutchinson was third at 308.
Allen County was led by Chris Grause and Andrew Rogers, who both shot 79s, finishing tied for 19th. Grause shot rounds of 37 and 42 and Rogers had rounds of 36 and 43.
Grause is currently seventh in the KJCCC individual golf standings.
The final conference tournament is April 20-21 at Cotton Hills Golf Course in Hutchinson.
Jake Tynon posted an 84 (43-41) to tie for 34th. Bryant Welch shot an 88 (43-45) to end up 43rd and Nick Agrew tied for 45th with a 91 (48-43).