Eagles win fourth straight county golf tourney title

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Pictured is the Columbia golf team with the Monroe County Golf Tournament trophy on Thursday. (submitted photo)
Pictured is the Columbia golf team with the Monroe County Golf Tournament trophy on Thursday. (submitted photo)

Call it a “four-peat” for the Columbia High School boys golf team.

On a beautiful late-summer day for golfing at Annbriar in Waterloo, the Eagles bested cross-county rivals Gibault, Waterloo and Valmeyer to claim the Monroe County Golf Tournament championship for the fourth consecutive year.

Columbia shot a nine-hole team score of 159, which was 19 strokes better than second-place Gibault at 178. Waterloo posted an overall team score of 179; Valmeyer placed fourth at 205.

Brandon Harm of Columbia took home first place individual honors with a one-over-par 37. Waterloo’s Ryan Stites and Gibault’s Alex Dietz tied for second at 39. Columbia’s Andrew Wittenauer shot a 40.

For a recap of earlier high school golf action this fall, pick up the Aug. 31 newspaper or click here.

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