MONTICELLO — Senior Lewis Dellinger shot a two-under-par 33 Wednesday, tying a school record, to help Twin Lakes’ boys golf team defeat McCutcheon, 151-194.
“It was a good night with many of our kids playing well,” golf coach Tom Harker said. “Its a great way for us to start the season.”
Dellinger tied the mark set by Mickey Belt in 2009 and Jaden Ousley in 2019.
Twin Lakes, as a team, missed the Tippecanoe Country Club course record by one stroke. The 2009 Indians carded a 150 at TCC in 2009.
The all-time team record for any course, Harker said, is 147 at Dykeman Golf Course in Logansport, which was set in 2004 and 2009.
Nick Alexander shot a 38 and Jamison Ousley dropped in a 39 for the Indians. Logan Creamer carded a 41, followed by Hayden Hubbard with a 44 and Nate Burns with a 52.
Brayden Ashley led McCutcheon with 47 strokes.
Twin Lakes 163, Carroll 205
One day after nearly setting course record at TCC, the Indians shot 12 strokes worse against Carroll but managed to score the easy win in spite of the cold and windy conditions.
Delliger earned match medalist honors with a 38 to lead the Indians. Creamer improved his score by one stroke, shooting a 40, and Alexander dropped in a 42.
Porter Dick led Carroll with a 44.