Warrensburg wins team title in 18 hole tournament

Despite the rain and cold temperatures throughout the day, the 5th annual Boonville Masters Tournament was another huge success Thursday at Hail Ridge Golf Course in Boonville.
With 10 teams participating, the 50-plus golfers ventured out in the rain for 18 holes of golf for the first half of the day followed by a 9 hole scramble tournament for the second part of the day.
And as expected, Boonville Pirates golf coach Rob VanderLinden said a cold, rainy day produced some high level of golf and some very good scores. “This tournament has become an extremely competitive tournament with some very good high school golf teams participating,” VanderLinden said.
Warrensburg captured first in the team scores with a total of 321. Eldon finished second at 333, followed by St. Charles West at 336, California at 346, Moberly at 372, Boonville at 374, Osage at 377, St. Charles West at 391, Brookfield at 399 and Mexico at 448.
As for individual scores, Ethan Kline of Osage was the meet medalist with a 2-over par 73.
Rounding out the other medalists for the tournament were Logan Schultz of Eldon with a score of 74, followed by Jordan Geiger of California at 76, Nolan Chapman and Brooks Baldwin of Warrensburg at 77, Ander Ibarra of Warrensburg and Josh Hooper of St. Charles at 78, Ben Bohr of St. Charles at 79, Aiden Wells of Eldon at 81, Austin Kostelnik of Eldon at 82, Bryson Yowell of Moberly at 84 and Enoch Dunaway of California at 86.
For Boonville, Brayden Page finished the tournament with a score of 87 with one birdie, five pars and eight bogeys. Jake Horst shot a round of 88 with three pars and 12 bogeys while Grady Baker finished with a score of 97 with one par and nine bogeys, Cole Corbitt with a score of 102 with three pars and three bogeys, Adam Schneringer with a score of 112 with five bogeys and Tyler Schuster with a score of 117 with one par and two bogeys.
In the 9 hole scramble format, St. Charles took the team title with a score of 112.
Boonville finished second with a score of 115, followed by California at 121 and St. Charles West at 126.
Boonville’s Brayden Page and Jake Horst took low score honors with a score of 35.
Adam Schneringer and Lucas Ziegelbein finished the scramble with a score of 39 while Cole Corbitt and Grady Baker carded a score of 41.