The BRMS golf team traveled to North Brach Golf Course to face North Decatur. The host Chargers defeated the Cubs by eight strokes 196-204.
Cole Carmony led the Cubs with 45 followed by Tanner Koors 51, Austin McDaniel 51, Megyn Kirchoff 56, Tyce Nicolls 57, Madison Sutter 63, Dillon Fowler 65 and Trey Colvin 67.
The Cubs then took on Doe Creek and posted a 205-220 victory. Koors led the way with 47 followed by Carmony 51, McDaniel 51, Kirchoff 56, Nicholls 62, Gea McGrath 70, Brianna Saxon 70, Chris Holland 70, Kyra Merrick 70, Leland Joya 71 and Roseanna Lawson 72.
Richmond Test defeated the Cubs 191-197. Carmony had 46 to lead the Cubs. He was followed by Koors 48, McDaniel 49, Nicholls 54, Fowler 55,Trenten Herbert 58, Will Thoman 59, Kirchoff 62, Colvin 63, Jensen Wood 63 and Dalton Hornaday 64.
The Lady Cubs fell to Greensburg 84-12.
For the Lady Cubs, Fran Percell was third in the 100 hurdles. Corey Johnson was second in the 100 with Percell third. Hall took second in the 400. Johnson was third in the 200 and Brandi Adkins was second in the 800.
The Cubs fell to the Pirates 59-46.
The 3200 relay team of Brett Leisure, Jacob Kirchoff, Josh Hodge and Luke Schombert crossed the line first. Ike Sheehan won the 110 hurdles with Ira Griffith third. Keith Yager won the 100 with Trevor Valentine third. Schombert was third in the 1600. Jacob Wilson won the long jump. The 400 relay team of Wilson, Gunner Yurack, Sheehan and Yager took first. Wilson also won the 400 with Sheehan third. Brandon Sturm was third in the discus. Yager won the 200 and high jump. Josh Hodge took third in the 800.
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