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October 2, 2013

Steamers' title run ends

SPRING VALLEY, Ill. — Kewanee ended Fulton’s four-year run as Three Rivers Conference golf champion Tuesday, claiming the title by eight strokes over runner-up Princeton at Spring Creek Golf Course.

The Boilermakers, who finished third behind Fulton and Morrison last year and weren’t even in the conference when the Steamers started their title run in 2009, shot a combined 332-stroke total. Five of Kewanee’s six golfers who competed in the tournament a year ago returned this fall.

Princeton, one of six schools that joined the league this season, finished with a 340 total. Riverdale and Peru St. Bede tied for third at 342, while Fulton was fifth with a 348. Morrison (358) took seventh, Erie (390) was 12th and Prophetstown (421) took 15th.

Jake Tysma of Riverdale defeated Tyler Nelson of Kewanee in a playoff for medalist honors after each shot a 5-over-par 77. Griffin Kozel of Amboy was the only repeat finisher in the top five. He took fourth with an 81, one spot lower than his 2012 finish.

Fulton put a pair of golfers in the top 10. Brett Terrock placed sixth with an 83, while Matt Dail took 10th with an 85.

Ben Tegeler led Morrison’s contingent with an 87, Koby Kuhnen shot an 89 to lead Erie and Grant Ames had a 97 for Prophetstown.

THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE BOYS GOLF

Spring Creek GC, par 72

Team standings

1. Kewanee 332; 2. Princeton 340; 3. (tie) Riverdale, Peru St. Bede 342; 5. Fulton 348; 6. Amboy 351; 7. Morrison 358; 8. Hall 366; 9. Sherrard 368; 10. Sterling Newman 376; 11. Rockridge 378; 12. Erie 390; 13. Bureau Valley 394; 14. Orion 404; 15. Prophetstown 421.

Individual leaders

1. Jake Tysma (Riv) 77*; 2. Tyler Nelson (Kew) 77; 3. Grant Morse (Sher) 81; 4. Griffin Kozeal (Am) 81; 5. Ryan Hansen (Kew) 83; 6. Brett Terrock (Ful) 83; 7. Colby Robbins (Prin) 83; 8. Anthony Truckenbrod (PSB) 83; 9. Ian Nichols (Prin) 84; 10. Matt Dail (Ful) 85.

FULTON — Terrock 38-45—83, Dail 42-43—85, Justin Petersen 44-45—89, Lucas Wiebenga 42-49—91, Dustin Rowland 45-46—91, Jake Outzen 47-54—101.

MORRISON — Ben Tegeler 39-48—87, Nick Kaufman 46-42—88, Colton Smith 45-46—91, Brock Smith 44-48—92, Noah Hogue 46-48—94, Anthony Tenboer 44-51—95.

ERIE — Koby Kuhnen 44-45—89, Levi Floming 46-47—93, Tanner Brockway 46-53—99, Brody Rickels 52-57—109, Russell Johnson 54-57—111, Brandon Howell 65-69—134.

PROPHETSTOWN — Grant Ames 47-50—97, Jackson Ames 51-53—104, Jackson Westen 54-53—107, Andrew Reutzel 57-56—113, Ross Cady 58-60—118, Josh DeCrane 54-65—119.

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