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Future Shocker headlines the 2021 Wichita Eagle high school boys golf All-Metro team

Future Shocker headlines the 2021 Wichita Eagle high school boys golf All-Metro team

Future Shocker features the 2021 Wichita Eagle secondary school young men golf All-Metro group

The Wichita region included the absolute best secondary school young men golf players in Kansas this season and that star power is featured on The Wichita Eagle’s 2021 All-Metro young men golf crew.

The All-Metro crew comprises of six of the top golf players and a top mentor from Sedgwick, Butler and Harvey districts, in view of on exhibitions in the postseason and furthermore region mentors’ criticism.

Trinity Academy senior Lucas Scheufler, who has endorsed with Wichita State and won the Class 3A state title, procured the gesture for Golfer of the Year praises in the All-Metro group. The following are the full All-Metro determinations:

TABEN ARMSTRONG, MAIZE SOUTH JUNIOR

Picking one Maize South golf player was troublesome on the grounds that the Mavericks had four (Armstrong, Kyle Kasitz, Layton Love and Grant Waggoner) who could be the low score at any competition. Yet, after a lethargic beginning to the season, Armstrong played the best during the postseason. He terminated a 73 to complete second at the class meet in AV-CTL Div. I, then, at that point followed that up with a season-low round of 72 to take fourth at regionals. Armstrong was likewise Maize South’s most elevated finisher at the Class 5A state competition, where he took 10th with a 36-opening complete of 151.

NOAH HOLTZMAN, BISHOP CARROLL SOPHOMORE

Scarcely any golf players were superior to Holtzman throughout the span of the period, as he scored a best 5 completion in his initial six beginnings of his secondary school vocation. He shot a season-low round of 68 to require second at the Hutchinson Invitational and furthermore shot 69 at the City League get to complete sprinter together. Holtzman, who got done with a scoring normal of 74.1, took fifteenth at the Class 5A state competition with a 36-opening all out of 154.

HARRISON MIDDLETON, CHENEY JUNIOR

Middleton was quite often close to the highest point of the leaderboard, as he enrolled a main 3 completion in everything except two of his 10 beginnings this season. He shot a season-low 71 to complete second at his home competition and would have brought home in excess of two individual medalist praises on the off chance that he wasn’t playing against Trinity’s Lucas Scheufler so regularly. Middleton was sprinter up to Scheufler at alliance and regionals, then, at that point took third at the Class 3A state competition with a 36-opening all out of 151. His season scoring normal of 76.4.

BRENT REINTJES, KAPAUN MT. CARMEL SENIOR

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At the point when Kapaun’s young list required somebody to venture up, Reintjes — the group’s just senior — came through incredibly. He was brilliant the entire season (he completed top-three out of six of his nine beginnings), yet Reintjes was at his absolute best when it made a difference most for the Crusaders. In the wake of shooting a 69 at regionals to bring home individual distinctions, Reintjes shot a season-best 64 on the second day of the Class 5A state competition to flood to a third-place in general completion and help the Crusaders win the group title. He got done with a season scoring normal of 73.2 strokes.

LUCAS SCHEUFLER, TRINITY ACADEMY SENIOR

Scheufler not just has the case for being the best golf player from Wichita, yet in addition has a solid case for being the top golf player in the state. Nobody was superior to the Wichita State underwriter toward the finish of the period, as Scheufler broke 70 in his last six rounds of the period. In the event that you toss out his initial two scores of the period, Scheufler got done with a scoring normal of 68.9 in his eight beginnings. He won eight of his 10 beginnings, including a postseason clear of the Central Plains League, regionals and the Class 3A state competition with a 36-opening score of 137.

ASHER WHITAKER, KAPAUN MT. CARMEL FRESHMAN

Whitaker conveyed an incredibly predictable introduction season for a green bean, completing fourth or better in each of the nine of his beginnings this season. He won or completed tied for first in quite a while, including winning the City League title, and indented a fourth-place finish at the Class 5A state competition with a 36-opening score of 144. He completed the season with a scoring normal of 72.6 strokes.

KENDALL HEIDE, MAIZE SOUTH COACH

While Maize South eventually missed the mark regarding its objective of winning the Class 5A state title, there’s no uncertainty the Mavericks were playing their best golf toward the finish of the period. It began when Maize South shot a season-best score of 301 to win the AV-CTL Div. I title, then, at that point followed that up with another season-best score of 284 for a prevailing success at the Class 5A regionals in Salina. The Mavericks were in the blend for the group title at state, however fell six strokes short and agreed to a third-place prize to cover off a season where the group completed top-3 in every one of the 10 of its competitions.

ALL-METRO SECOND TEAM

Austin Goodrum, Andover Central senior

James Hill, Andover junior

Kyle Kasitz, Maize South junior

Layton Love, Maize South junior

Noah Pirtle, Kapaun Mt. Carmel green bean

Award Waggoner, Maize South sophomore

Carson Wright, Eisenhower rookie

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