Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca picked up a second place finish at it’s home invitational meet on Wednesday at the Syracuse Country Club.


Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca picked up a second place finish at it’s home invitational meet on Wednesday at the Syracuse Country Club.
The Rockets shot 353, while Elmwood-Murdock claimed first place by shooting 326 at the 18-hole and 10-team tournament.
Jake Kuhlman of the Elmwood-Murdock team shot first place, while S-D-A’s Harrsion Agena was second in the final individual results.
Blayne Roberts of S-D-A also finished in the top 10.
Nebraska City’s reserve squad finished in 10th place with the top shooter on the squad being Nick Shawhan.

*** For more information, see the Tuesday News-Press and Thursday Syracuse Journal-Democrat.