Smith medals at LTC Railsplitter

Andrew Frew
Courtney Smith of Cambridge won a tenth place medal during the Lincoln Trail Conference Rail Splitter held Wednesday, Oct. 1, at Valley View Country Club. Smith shot a 128 for the 18-hole tournament on a cool and breezy day.

    On Monday, Sept. 29, the Cambridge High School golf team went to Williamsfield to play at the Laurel Greens course, and along with AlWood/ROWVA.

    It was a partly cloudy day and the weather was a bit cooler than the golf team was accustom to.

    The meet helped prepare the team for the Lincoln Trail Conference Railsplitter Wednesday, Oct. 1. The CHS golfers shot some real good scores, but their competition was slightly better. Cambridge ended with a 224, Williamsfield had a 173 and A & R won with a 156.

    On Wednesday, Oct. 1, Lincoln Trail golfers gathered at Valley View in rural Cambridge for the LTC Railsplliter. This accumulation of teams really brought a challenge for the CHS golfers. For the team as a whole it was not such a great day, but for Courtney Smith who was a 10th place medallist it could not have gone any better.

    “It was a long day and proved to be a hard challenge with a good experience,” stated Coach Jay Weichmann.

CHS golfers leading scores

At Laurel Greens:

T. J. McKune: 51

Brinton Vincent: 55

Chase Maertens: 58

At Railsplitter:

McKune: 108


Courtney Smith:128