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Three Jays shoot in 80s

Scoring improved for the Blue Jay golf team on Saturday in Bismarck. Unfortunately, it did not equal a move up in the standings. Three JHS golfers posted rounds in the 80s at the Century-Legacy Invitational at Bismarck's Tom O'Leary Golf Course. ...

Jamestown's Connor Mullowney plays an iron shot during Saturday's tournament at Tom O'Leary Golf Course in Bismarck. Photo Courtesy John Samuelson
Jamestown's Connor Mullowney plays an iron shot during Saturday's tournament at Tom O'Leary Golf Course in Bismarck. Photo Courtesy John Samuelson

Scoring improved for the Blue Jay golf team on Saturday in Bismarck.

Unfortunately, it did not equal a move up in the standings.

Three JHS golfers posted rounds in the 80s at the Century-Legacy Invitational at Bismarck's Tom O'Leary Golf Course.

Coach John Samuelson said his team made positives strides from Friday's tournament in Mandan.

"Saturday, we didn't place any better, but we played much better," he said. "It was a solid day for us to give us some consistency and confidence."

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Connor Mullowney paced the Jays' seventh-place finish with a score of 82, which was 11 shots better than his round at Prairie West one day earlier. Mullowney rebounded after starting with back-to-back double bogeys.

"I was very happy with his ability to concentrate and stay positive after a tough start," Samuelson said of Mullowney.

Senior Eric DeBoer turned in an 83, one shot better than his 84 on Friday.

Freshman Jeremy Williams (84) was just one stroke behind DeBoer and two off Mullowney.

"He was consistent and focused all day," Samuelson said of Williams.

Adam Reiten (91) also had his score used.

Up next for the Blue Jays is the largest regular-season tournament of the year, the two-day East-West Classic at the Jamestown Country Club, beginning at 1 p.m. on Friday.

Century-Legacy Invitational
At Tom O'Leary Golf Course, Bismarck
Team Scores
1. Minot 304. 2. Century 307. 3. (tie) St. Mary's and Turtle Mountain, 309. 5. Bismarck 314. 6. Legacy 339. 7. Jamestown 340. 8. Williston 347. 9. Mandan 352. 10. Dickinson 359.
Individual Results
Top 10
1. Cole Herbel, SM, 36-33-69. 2. Jackson Davis, TM, 35-36-71. 3. Ryan Clancy, B, 40-33-73. 4. Jackson Ward, C, 40-34-74. 5. (tie) Spencer Ross, Min, and Logan Rush, C, 75. 7. (tie) Ian Geller, Min, 38-38-76, and Kessler Heilman, Min, 39-37-76. 9. (tie) Damyn Boyce, Min., 37-40-77, Alex Flam, C, 37-40-77, and Brandon LaFountain, TM, 41-36-77.
By Team
Minot (304): Spencer Ross 75, Ian Geller 76, Kessler Heilman 76, Damyn Boyce 77, Otto Langhaus 72, Easton Evanoff 87.
Century (307): Jackson Ward 74, Logan Rush 75, Alex Flam 77, Zach Johnson 81, Carson Wahl 86, Ty Hauglie 90.
St. Mary's (309): Cole Herbel 69, Ben Wilson 78, Noah Anderson 80, Carter Klein 82, Alex Wilson 85, Joel Bry 86.
Turtle Mountain (309): Jackson Davis 71, Brandon LaFountain 77, Seth Gillis 78, Easton Crissler 83, Seth Desjarlais 84, Russ Parisien 84.
Bismarck (314): Ryan Clancy 73, Derek Burr 79, Tyce Halter 80, A.J. Jerome 82, Jordan Ruff 85, David Kaiser 89.
Legacy (339): Logan Barrett 83, Cole Svihovec 83, Brian Swanberg 83, Meric Beck 90, Caden Richter 91, Joey Gross 96.
Jamestown (340): Connor Mullowney 82, Eric DeBoer 83, Jeremy Williams 84, Adam Reiten 91, Darynt Carroll 93, Parker Stockert 101.
Williston (347): Brooks Hodenfield 84, Isaac Arnson 87, Easton Clark 87, Michael Dondelinger 89, Erick Nice 100, Jacob Donner 105.
Mandan (352): Trey Hohbein 82, Devin Liscomb 83, Josh Clark 90, Sam Peterson 97, Nate Lillis 103, Adam Moch 103.
Dickinson (359): Aiden Leverson 86, Hunter Myran 88, Dylan Pokorny 90, Robert Currie 95, Davis Donnan 96, Logan Greef 96.

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