The Washington Demon boys golf team played in a quadrangular in Williamsburg yesterday. This was a meet that was added to the schedule. The Demons had a meet that was postponed and they never found a make up date so they were one meet short of a complete schedule. After the postseason assignments were released and it was clear if the Demons advance out of sectionals, they’d play at Williamsburg for districts. Demon Head Coach Mark Berhow asked the Williamsburg coach about joining them for a meet to get a round in on that course. Yesterday the host school ended up winning the meet as Williamsburg shot a 158, Washington came in second with a 162. In golf you have six golfers play and the top four scores count for your team score. For the Demons it was an unusual day because the scores from their top two golfers ended up being their scratch scores.
Dylan DePerrot 39 (runner up medalist)
Brock Kimball 41
Jake Redlinger 41
Michael Hall 41
Joe Harris 42
Alex Thode 42
Washington has a make up meet with Fairfield and Fort Madison in Fort Madison Monday and then will play in the conference tournament in Fort Madison on Tuesday.