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Wildcat golf season comes to a close at regionals


Louisburg senior Carter Stuteville watches a tee shot during a tournament earlier this season.

COFFEYVILLE — The Louisburg golf team was already competing in one of its tougher tournaments on the season last week at the Class 4A regional.

The weather just made it even more difficult.

The tournament was delayed due to storms, and when they finally got the all clear to play, the golfers were still trying to dodge rain showers. 

Not much seemed to go right for the Wildcats, who saw their season come to an end at the Coffeyville Country Club course.

Louisburg finished seventh in the team standings with a 392 and none of the Wildcats were able to qualify individually. It broke a streak of three straight years of qualifying as a team.

Independence won the regional title with a 324, while Chanute and Coffeyville-Field Kindley also qualified for state with a 364.

Three Wildcat seniors played their last tournament for the team and all three led Louisburg on the day.

Nick Lancaster finished 20th overall with a 95, which included four pars. Carter Stuteville was 24th with a 97 and four pars, while Jackson Olson shot a 98.

Sophomore Sam Frederick and junior Cole Mysnted each carded a 102, which was good for 28th overall. Sophomore Josh Holtzen had a 114 and took 41st.

Field Kindley’s Zachary Becker won the regional title with a 78 on his home course.