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Eads senior golfer Brentley Lening chips onto the green on Hole #1 during high school golf action at the Eads Invitational Tournament.
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Eads Golfers Have Best Showing at Own Tournament

By Betsy Barnett

September 1, 2023

The annual Eads Invitational Golf Tournament was held on August 25 featuring 6 teams and 38 golfers. Eads tied for second place in their own tournament with Las Animas. Limon took the team tournament championship.

The tournament individual champion was Las Animas junior Damian Baca who came in with a +1 over par 73 in the 18-hole tournament. Landon Nester was second losing in the hole comparisons in the tie-breaker as Nester also came in at a +1 over par 73.

Baca is currently the #2 ranked golfer in 3A Region 1.

Eads senior Brentley Lening finally put together a strong performance on his home turf with a +9 over par 81, good enough for third place.

Eads freshman Adyn Hough tied TJ Ortiz, a senior from Las Animas, for 4th place with a +12 over par 84. Hough would settle for fifth place after the tie-breaker.

Adyn Hough is the #3 ranked freshman golfer in 3A Region 1

Eagle sophomore Karsten Buller continued to be steady shooting an 89 in the 18 holes at Eads.

The tournament also featured a JV Tournament. First place in the JV tournament was Cody Netherton, a junior from Las Animas, with a stunning 81. Carson Lubbers, a Lamar freshman earned second place with an 88. In third place was Limon freshman Gage Creel shooting a 94.

The two Eads JV golfers included Aaron Musgrave who shot a 97, good enough for fifth place; and Colin Nelson shooting a 108 and coming in 8th place.

Head coach Justin McLoud said of the Eads Tournament performance by his golfers, “I was happy to see Brentley get back on track. I know he wasn’t completely satisfied with his score, but he is heading in the right direction before regionals. Adyn and Karston are still staying consistent each week. They both were pretty banged up after their football game against Hugo, but still made the top 10. Aaron and Colin both had a good day on the course. Aaron was leading the JV contest most of the day but had some bad luck on the back nine.

Eads was scheduled to compete at the Lamar Invitation Tournament on Aug. 31.

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