Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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August 20, 2013

Hearts finish fourth in Windsor


Connor Greene had an up-and-down day, shooting an 82 for second on the team. His round encapsulated the struggles the Bulldogs had on the day.

“His round was par, par, double bogey,” Zaccari said. “He came back from some battles, but he didn’t putt really well.

Nick Wortman and Jeff Niebrugge both shot 86s to finish out St. Anthony’s scorecard. Sam Wortman had a 99 on the day for St. Anthony.

For Effingham, Jake Linders shot an 85, Brandon Dahnke had a 90 and Reed Schafer finished with a 93.

Collinsville senior Keenai Sampson shot a 69 to earn medalist honors for the day.

St. Anthony carded a second team with its JV golfers, and they finished with a 389 on the day. Mitchell Sager shot a 91 to lead the second team, and Gus Koester carded a 94.

The Bulldogs get back at it today, traveling to Bloomington to play at Illinois State University.

Effingham is off for a week, getting back at it next Monday at the John Macek Invitational at Champaign Centennial. The Bulldogs will also compete there.


1. Carmi 309 2. McLeansboro 309 3. Mt. Carmel 310, 4. Effingham 311, 5. St. Anthony 330, 6. St. Thomas More 331, 7. Collinsville 336, 8. Tuscola 340, 9. Benton 343, 10. Murphysboro 343, 11. Robinson 349, 12. St. Anthony #2 389, 13. Bishop McNamara 389, 14. Decatur St. Teresa 419, 15. Sullivan 450

Effingham: Jackson Wendling 73, Callaway Smith 73, Sean Sandifer 80, Jake Linders 85, Brandon Dahnke 90, Reed Schafer 93, Michael Woltman 100

St. Anthony: Garrett Hixenbaugh 76, Connor Greene 82, Nick Wortman 86, Jeff Niebrugge 86, Sam Wortman 99

St. Anthony #2: Mitchell Sager 91, Gus Koester 94, Nate Schmidt 101, Jacob Schmidt 103, Ethan Greene 104, Niko Dust 119, Trey Koester 131

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