The Versailles Republican Sports
April 16, 2009

Indian and Eagle golfers find the elements hard to work in

Gary Franklin, Sports Writer

High school boys golfing action between the Jac-Cen-Del Eagles and the Milan Indians was attempted at the Hoosier Links Golf Course in Milan on Tuesday evening, April 14.
Despite the swirling, stinging wind and disgustingly wet conditions, the teams played on. Bitter winds stung the body as some players elected to go it without arm, leg or hand covering. The young golfers' attire ranged from long pants and hooded sweatshirts to shorts and t-shirts. (Oh to be young again).
The Eagle team, coached by Chad Pindell consists of a nine member unit this spring. They include returning senior Ethan Hess along with first year JCD golfer seniors Blake Sutton and Gerald Hardesty. Junior members of the team are: Ethan Harmeyer, Don Lows and Brandon Wilhoit. Sophomores rounding out the Eagle varsity are: Joe Abplanalp, Logan Simon and Tyler Dickman.
The 2009 Milan Indian Boys Golf Team, coached by Steve Gutzwiller consisting of ten members this season include four juniors: Nathan Haugh, Bryan Peters, Adam Spear and Michael Kolbrinsky. Sophomore team members include: John Paul Jackson, Caleb Kelly, Zach Schmitt and Ethan Voss. Freshmen golf team members are Ben Lawhorn and Braden Voss.
Individual scoring for the JCD/Milan viers in the April 14 match were as follows:
Jac-Cen-Del Eagles
Blake Sutton 50
Joe Abplanalp 52
Logan Simon 53
Ethan Harmeyer 59
Brandon Wilhoit 63
Ethan Hess 69

Milan Indians
Bryan Peters 39
Zach Schmitt 48
Ethan Voss 52
John Paul Jackson 57
Braden Voss 58
Adam Spear 79