Dowagiac’s Jordan Juday was the medalist Friday as the Chieftains locked up the West Division title. (Leader photo/File)
Dowagiac’s Jordan Juday was the medalist Friday as the Chieftains locked up the West Division title. (Leader photo/File)

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Published 9:56am Sunday, May 19, 2013

THREE RIVERS — The Dowagiac golf team placed all five of its players in the Top 10 at Sauganash Friday to wrap up its Wolverine Conference West Division championship.

The Chieftains, led by medalist Jordan Juday (35) scored 154 as a team. Berrien Springs was second with a 163 and Coloma third with a 171. Edwardsburg was fourth after shooting 174.

Dowagiac finished the West Division race with 34 points, while Coloma was second with 28. The Eddies finished third with 25.

The Chieftains will host the Wolverine Conference Tournament Monday at Hampshire Country Club with their sights set firmly on capturing the league championship as well.

Play is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. for the 18-hole tournament.

 

West Division Jamboree

at Sauganash

Medalist

Jordan Juday, Dowagiac – 35

Team scores

Dowagiac 154, Berrien Springs 163, Coloma 171, Edwardsburg 174, Three Rivers 176, South Haven 176

 

Current standings

Dowagiac 34, Coloma 28, Edwardsburg 25, Berrien Springs 16, Three Rivers 13, South Haven 10

 

Individual Top 10

Jordan Juday (D) 35, Josh Jorgenson (BS) 38, Andrew Wild (D) 38, Kyle Leamer (C), Joey Zahrn (BS) 40, Christian Hess (D) 40, William Davis (SH) 40, Jordan Hagemann (D) 41, Cory Stoneburner (E) 41, Joey Jorgenson (BS) 42, Josh Kozinski (E) 42, Trenton Karle (TR) 42, Zack Jackson (TR) 42, Paul Lamphere (D) 42

 

Individual results

Dowagiac

Jordan Juday 35, Andrew Wild 38, Christian Hess 40, Jordan Hagemann 41, Paul Lamphere 42

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