Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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May 6, 2014

Pirates shoot season-low against Bulldogs

The Greensburg boys golf team continues its winning streak against conference opponents.

The Pirates added another conference win Monday night, beating Batesville 159-178 on the front nine at Greensburg County Club.

Medalist for the match was sophomore Keegan McCullough with a 38.

The Pirates improved to 9-1 overall and 4-0 in the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference.

Also scoring for the Pirates were Reid Domingo 39, Sam Marsh 41, and Maverick Jones 41. Trevor Stapp shot a 45 and Cody Bausback shot a 52. Michael Blankman fired a career-low 39, but he was not playing in the top 6, so his score did not count toward the team total. Also competing for Greensburg were Jake Hellmich 47, Kyle Colson 50, and Brandon Butz 51.

“Our score of 159 was a season-low for us,” said Greensburg head coach Bryce Mize. “I was proud of the way we battled through some rough starts by a couple of the guys. I switched the lineup a little bit, and I really think it helped to change the dynamics of the team. Reid and Keegan really fed off of each other’s energy, and they both came in with season-lows. I’m excited to see just how good we can be as we continue to improve throughout season.”

In recent action, Greensburg topped conference foe Lawrenceburg 173-214 at Hidden Valley Golf Course.

“Despite not playing our best, we still came away with another conference win, and I’m excited about that,” said Greensburg coach Bryce Mize.

Pirate freshman Trevor Stapp shot a 4-over par 40 for medalist honors, tying his best round of the year.

“I was really impressed with Trevor Stapp tonight,” said Mize. “He played a great round, and he’s starting to challenge the guys ahead of him in the lineup.”

Also scoring for the Pirates were Keegan McCullough 43, Sam Marsh 45, and Cody Bausback 45. Other Greensburg scores: Maverick Jones 47, Reid Domingo 48, Jake Hellmich 49, Brandon Butz 50, Anthony Treash 54, and Colten Black 57.

“The guys struggled a little bit tonight to play through the wind and cold temperatures,” said Pirate coach Bryce Mize. “Hopefully we can get over that soon and be back to playing like we can.”

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