Fifth man decides
BLOOMINGTON – Bloomington North edged Bedford North Lawrence by one stroke on the fifth-man tiebreaker on Tuesday afternoon.
Both teams posted four-player totals of 330 on the Indiana University course.
“Unfortunately, losing on a tiebreaker just reminds us how critical every four-foot putt is,” BNL coach Mike Wright said. “Or how a poor decision to be too aggressive can be costly.”
Trey Turner carded a 75 to pace the Stars. North’s Quinn Smith was the medalist with a 73.
Zakry Cummings posted an 83 while Lucas Fisher and Caleb Thorne had 86s for BNL, which matched its best 18-hole team score of the season.
“Top to bottom, we played fairly well,” Wright said. “Everyone who played in Saturday’s invitational (at the same course) improved their scores, which is a step in the right direction. I am proud of Lucas and how he has come on lately, and the same can be said for Caleb.”
BLOOMINGTON NORTH 330, BNL 330
BNL – Trey Turner 75, Zakry Cummings 83, Lucas Fisher 86, Alex Crane 94, Caleb Thorne 86, Jake McFadden 99, Brandon Meadway 108
Bl, North – Quinn Smith 73, Ian Bailey 85, Morgan Scherer, Daniel Melwid 88, Matthew Wernert 93, Calvin Costello 99, Liam Kincaid 97, Jory Shoup 115