Eagles win home meet against EV, IMS

Luke Hammen recently returned from injury but didn't miss a beat, tying a team-low 43 on April 22. The boys wound up winning the team score by three strokes, finishing up with 179.

The Lady Eagles didn't record a team score with only Lauren and Lindsey Imhoff recording scores. Lindsey finished just behind her sister, shooting 62.

Keota – The Keota boys’ and girls’ golf teams battled against English Valleys and IMS, in addition to the elements on April 22. At least they were on their home course, with the boys shooting the lowest round and the Lady Eagles not registering a team score.

Luke Hammen returned recently from injury and has already made an immediate impact. Hammen shot 43 as did Branden Hyman, the teams’ leader up to this point in this season. Chase Kindred shot 46 and Drew Sieren rounded out the top four with 47. Keota finished out with a team score of 179, beating out EV by three strokes.

Four other Eagles recorded scores as well including Max Johnson and Colten Clarahan with 48s, Dakota Detweiler with 61, Carson Sprouse with 63 and Riley Hahn with 64.

The Lady Eagles had Lauren and Lindsey Imhoff record scores but didn’t have a full team for a team score. Lauren shot 58 and Lindsey was just behind her, shooting 62.

Keota was at Lynnville-Sully on April 25 and the boys hosted their annual Keota Invitational on April 29. Their next combined meet will be on May 6 at Oakland Acres in Grinnell for the SICL Meet.

To read coach Jacobsen's thoughts on how his team has performed, pick up this weeks' ediiton of the Keota Eagle.