Cougars second, CC seventh at Ron Veleta Invitational
Providence claimed the annual Ron Veleta Invitational at Wooded View Golf Course on Saturday.
The squad combined to shoot a 315, which was 14 strokes better than Edgewood and North Harrison, which tied for second with 329s.
Corydon Central placed seventh with a score of 345.
Providence freshman Trey Pfund was the individual medalist after firing a 3-over-par 74.
North Harrison’s Matt Bruce and Corydon’s Bruce Toler each penciled 78s to lead their respective clubs.
Finishing up on the Cougars (19-2) side, Michael Rigot shot an 83, followed by an 84 from Ryan Boone, an 84 by Kyle Mattingly and an 87 by Cole Duffy.
Corydon’s remaining foursome were filled by the 83 of Matt Key, a 90 by Brian Baker, a 94 by Joe Merk and a 94 by Chris Nichols.
— On Monday, the Cougars defeated Washington at Country Oaks, 165-166.
North’s Joey Thompson was the medalist with a 39.
Also scoring for the Cougars were Bruce with a 41, Mattingly with a 42, Boone and Duffy with 43s, and Dylan Spencer with a 44.
North picked up another victory on April 18, knocking off Salem and Eastern at Hoosier Hills Golf Club.
The Cougars combined to shoot 160, with Salem marking a 195 and Eastern a 228.
The medalist on the day was North’s Matt Bruce, who shot a two-over par 38.
Ryan Boone was second for his team with a 40, followed by Dylan Spencer’s 41 and two more 41s from Chris Worrall and Cole Duffy.