Piper golf

Cohen Piper prepares to hit this tee shot on the front nine during last week's Centerville Tournament. Piper struggled a little with the course and finished the day with a 108 in the 18-hole tournament.

The Mustang boys golf team struggled to play well during the Centerville Tournament at Honey Creek Golf Course west of Moravia on April 27. Davis County shot a 383 team score and finished seventh out of eight teams in the meet.

Easton White led the effort with a low score of 90. He shot a 48 on the front nine and improved with a 42 on the back nine. Noah Hamm finished with identical rounds of 46 on both the front and back nine to earn a 92 for the meet.

Spencer Boas finished with a 100 after shooting rounds of 52 and 52. Michael Early shot rounds of 56 and 45 to finish with a 101. Jack Bigsby also shot a 101 after carding rounds of 50 and 51. Cohen Piper shot rounds of 59 and 49 to finish with a 108.

“We are struggling today,” said Coach Michael Bunnell out on the course during the tournament. Everyone I have talked to said they weren’t playing very well.” Bunnell told The Bloomfield Democrat that he spent time on the course talking with all his players about putting bad shots of their minds and working to play better on every hole.

1. Knoxville, 342; 2. Albia, 353; 3. Clarke, 355; 4. Creston, 357; 5. Moravia, 375; 6. Chariton, 380; 7. Davis County, 383 and 8. Centerville, 405.