Cannon County sophomore Jacob Nave enjoyed a consistent week on the links for the Lions, leading the team in scoring in all three tournaments.
Nave led the Lions with a nine-hole 48 at Mountain View, Sept. 10. The showing helped the Lions (204) finish ahead of Monterey (218) for second. Livingston Academy (160) won the tournament with a team-total 160.
“I felt better about the week, but I need to keep improving,” Nave said. “I feel better about my play.”
In addition to Nave’s 48, Hunter Vickers and Josh Ruehlen totaled 51s and William Parker finished with a 54 to complete the Cannon County scoring.
Cannon County dropped a 158-204 decision against DeKalb County, Sept. 11, at Willow Brook.
Nave improved his score by a shot from the previous day and led the Lions with a 46.The remainder of the team scored in the 50s to hamper any chance of making a run at the rival Tigers. Parker was second with a 50, followed by Vickers (51) and Ruehlen (57).
Cannon County capped the week with a three-team tournament against Central Magnet and Page. The Lions finished third overall but Nave continued a consistent week by leading the Lions with a 47.
Parker finished with a 50, followed by Vickers (53) and Ruehlen (55).