Scoreboard April 2

April 2, 2014 

GOLF

March 31: Klint Andrews Memorial Tournament

Fred Arbanas Golf Course Par 72

Team scores: 1. Rockhurst Blue, 316; 2. LS North, 334; 3. Park Hill South, 339; 4. Liberty, 340; 5. LS West, 348; 6. Rockhurst White, 349; 7. Blue Springs South, 353; 8. Kearney, 362; 9. Liberty North, 371; 10. Blue Springs, 376; 11. (tie) Columbia Battle, Park Hill, 377; 13. Lee’s Summit, 382; 14. Truman, 395; 15. Raymore-Peculiar, 397; 16. Staley, 403; 17. Raytown, 414; 18. Fort Osage, 417; 19. Summit Christian Academy, 427.

LS North results: T4.Keaton Black, 80; T4. Ian Mathewson, 80; T15. Parker Davis, 84; Brett Scott, 90.

LS West results: T11. Nelson Searcy, 83; T15. Robert McKee, 84; JT Tranchilla, 87; Blake Kobel, 94.

Lee’s Summit results: Mason Grounds, 93; Sean Gann, 94; Andrew Roth, 96; Michael Lakner 99.

Summit Christian results: T7. Tim Cook, 81; Keegan Glade, 106; Sam Huckabee, 113; Abram Bagunu, 127.

TENNIS

March 28: Lee’s Summit North 7, Grain Valley 2

Singles: No. 1 Cody Zeigler (GV) def. Jimmy Bertken (LSN) 10-6; No. 2 Thomas Faulkenberry (LSN) def. James Eubank (GV) 11-10 (3); No. 3 Jake Handley (LSN) def. Jordan Snyder (GV) 10-6; No. 4 Lance Lanier (LSN) def. Davion Thurn (GV) 10-6; No. 5 Ryan Eckmann (LSN) def. Alex Schnurr (GV) 10-0; No. 6 Austin Kuklenski (LSN) def. Ethan Caley (GV) 10-1

Doubles: No. 1 Zeigler/Eubank (GV) def. Bertken/Faulkenberry (LSN) 10-6; No. 2 Handley/Eckmann (LSN) def. Snyder/Thurn (GV) 10-6; No. 3 Lanier-Kuklenski (LSN) def. Schnurr/Caley (GV) 10-1.

SOCCER

March 31, MO/KAN Tournament: Lee’s Summit North 2, Olathe South 1. LSN goals: Davis, Fothergill.

Up next

April 2: Baseball: Lee’s Summit vs. Liberty at Legacy Park, 4 p.m.

April 3: Soccer: Ruskin at Lee’s Summit West, 6:30 p.m.

April 4: Soccer: Lee’s Summit West at Lee’s Summit, 6:30 p.m.

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