Prep Boys’ Golf: The Roths Lead Washington to the SEC Crown

Mt. Pleasant, IA- The boys’ Southeast Conference (SEC) golf meet is in the books and the 2024 boys’ conference champion is Washington with a team score of 288. Fairfield finished with a 334 to take second place followed by Mt. Pleasant with a team score of 350.

The Demons were unstoppable as five of their six golfers finished in the top five. Roman Roth finished with an impressive score of 5-under par (67) for the 18-hole course. Rajan Roth also finished under par with a 71 (-1). Drew Conrad carded a 75, Luke Beenblossom shot a 76, and Carson Brown finished with a 79.

Archer Kreuter of Fairfield had the sixth best score with an 82 followed by Landon Nodruft, who finished with the same score. Sam Weaton was right behind for the Trojans with an 18-hole score of 83.

Mt. Pleasant’s three best golfers finished under 90 for the course with Nate Dismang and Merrick Lamm each shooting an 86, while Reece Coffman carded an 88.

Fort Madison finished in fourth with a team score of 376 as Brady Wade finished 12-over par (84) for the course, the tenth best score of the day. Cole Quitten had a fine day for the Bloodhounds with an 18-hole score of 88.

Lastly, Keokuk rounded out the field with a team score of 405. Jayden Thomas led the Chiefs with a score of 86. Collin Campbell snuck under 100 for the course with a back-nine card of 48.

The SEC will meet back up on May 8th at Mt. Pleasant for sectionals with Albia, West Burlington/Notre Dame, and Mt. Vernon entering the fray.