Bad weather steps aside; Comets, Huskies and Green Devils tee off

CHARLES CITY — Great Scott, area prep golfer has a meet Monday at Cedar Ridge Golf Course.

Just last Wednesday, April 18, a record 6.6 inches of snow fell across Charles City and the Comets’ home course.

On Monday, there was no snow, no sleet, no bitter cold, and not even flooding, fire or ice. Matter of fact, the temperature peaked at 68 degrees here as the golfers hit the greens.

Nashua-Plainfield took first in the girls competition, topping Charles City by two strokes. The Huskies carded a 188. The Comets had a 190. Osage’s Green Devils put up a 240.

The medalist was Nashua-Plainfield’s Megan Cerwinske at 54. Her teammate, Nicole Harrington was the runner-up medalist at 58.

Charles City won the boys team competition by two strokes over Osage, 188 to 190. Nashua-Plainfield was third at 210.

Comet Carter Klatt and Osage’s Isaac Oberfeoll were co-medalists, each shooting a 45.

Golfers get their instructions prior to competition Monday at Cedar Ridge Golf Course. Photo courtesy of N-P