Ediger paces HHS golf

Two members of the Hillsboro High School golf team competed Friday in a nine-hole junior varsity invitational on their home course.

Philip Ediger shot a 47, which put him in a three-way tie for fourth place among 42 golfers, but the junior lost on a scorecard play-off to finish sixth.

?After Philip finally broke into the 90s a week ago, he is starting to play with more confidence and is starting to strike the ball much more consistently,? coach Scott O?Hare said.

Freshman Alex Dalke shot a 52 and was in a three-way tie for 10th, but also lost on scorecard play-off holes to finish 12th.

?This was Alex?s low nine-hole score of the season, and I hope to see him build on this and begin to play with more confidence and mental toughness,? O?Hare said.

Coming?The Trojans were to return to varsity play this week with a tournament planned for Halstead Tuesday and the 36-hole Marion County Invitational hosted by Hillsboro and Marion Friday.

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