The WMU boys golf team is golfing for a chance to go to state today as a team, while Kolton Greiner is trying to find his way as an individual for Keota.
The Wolves finished second in their district with a 344, and sit fifth in today’s tournament with last weeks score.
WMU will need to be one of the top two schools at the meet to move on to state, while Griener is playing for a top spot at the meet individually
WMU head coach Mich Wachs said the team needs their veteran golfers of Jake Edwards and Klayton Booth to really step up at today’s meet.
“Both Jake Edwards and Klayton Booth have been leading us all year, both of them got off to a shaking start at sectionals, both came in with a 44 on the front nine, but they rebounded nicely. Jake led us with an 81 and Klayton followed with an 83,” Wachs said. “So we have to have those two shoot low numbers for us, and the thing is, they are capable of it, they both played in the state golf meet last year, and that is just something that we need to advance to the next level, we need both of them to shoot low rounds for us.”
WMU and Griener travel to Oskaloosa golf course for an all-day 10 team meet to go to state.