Prep Golf: Busy Day Yields an SEC Regular Season Crown for the Washington Boys’ Team

Prep Golf- Spring golf is nearing the end of the season with two total weeks left before postseason play begins, meaning there were plenty of matchups last night. Here’s a look at some of those local matchups and some highlight scores.


Mediapolis took on Burlington Notre Dame at home last night and the host team swept the Nikes with the boys’ team winning 171 to 201 and the girls scraping by 271 to 296.

The boys’ team for the Bulldogs extended their undefeated record to 8-0 as Jonathan Ford and Ben Wolter led the charge both shooting 9-hole score of 42. Mediapolis finished with every single golfer shooting a score under 50.

On the girls’ side, Olivia Hines, a multi-time state podium finisher, dominated with a 9-hole score of 47. Nevertheless, it is not her lowest score of her career nor the season with a 9-hole low of 39 last year and 9-hole low of 40 for her senior campaign.

The Bulldogs will face off against Van Buren County today at Riverview Club. The Burlington Notre Dame girls’ team will travel to Fort Madison for a triangular today, while the boys’ team will take on New London on Thursday, April 25th.

Speaking of the Tigers, New London took on Holy Trinity Catholic last night. On the boys’ side, the Crusaders snuck out with their first victory of the season 207 to 216. Max Kruse shot a 46 for the Crusaders with Blake Mohrfeld following behind with a 9-hole score of 53.

Emma Mohrfeld led the Crusaders on the girls’ side with a 9-hole score of 56.

The New London girls’ team will travel to Elks Fairview Golf Course on Monday, April 19th for a tournament, while the boys’ team will hit the road to participate in a tournament at Blue Top Ridge Golf Course.

Boys’ SEC Regular Season Finale

The Mt. Pleasant boys’ team hosted the other SEC teams for the final time this regular season–conference meet on May 1st–and Washington continued their domination with a complete sweep of the season competition, winning with a team score of 296 followed by Mt. Pleasant with a score of 350.

Washington was led by the phenomenal play of Roman Roth as he shot a 67 or 5-under-par for the course. Rajan Roth shot a 74, Drew Conrad a 76, and Teague Mayer finished with a 79 as these were the four best scores of the meet.

Mt. Pleasant had three golfers shoot under 90 for the course as Nate Dismang finished with an 84, Reece Coffman an 86, and Merrick Lamm finished with an 88. Fairfield took third with a team score of 352, Fort Madison finished in fourth with a 386, and Keokuk rounded out the pack with a 395.

Sam Weaton led the Trojans with an 85, Brady Wade was the top golfer for the Bloodhounds with an 81, and Chase Eckland ended the day with a 92 for the Chiefs.

The Mt. Pleasant boys’ team will head west to compete in a tournament hosted by Oskaloosa today.

The team standings: Washington (884), Fairfield (1,055), Mt. Pleasant (1,059), Fort Madison (1,151), and Keokuk (1,194).

Individual Standings:

  1. Roman Roth- 170 (Washington)
  2. Rajan Roth- 184 (Washington)
  3. Drew Conrad- 185 (Washington)
  4. Teague Mayer- 190 (Washington)
  5. Luke Beenblossom- 199 (Washington)
  6. Reece Coffman- 202 (Mt. Pleasant)
  7. Sam Weaton- 204 (Fairfield)
  8. Carson Brown- 207 (Washington)
  9. Brady Wade- 209 (Fort Madison)
  10. Drew Myers- 209 (Fairfield)
  11. Nate Dismang- 218 (Mt. Pleasant)
  12. Merrick Lamm- 218 (Mt. Pleasant)