Boys Golf news
Kaneland's Brian Davoust, Hinckley-Big Rock's Saje Beane and DeKalb's Jonah Keck were among the seven golfers named to an all-county team determined by area coaches and released earlier this month.
Here is the 2023 Times Golf All-Area Honor Roll, recognizing the accomplishments of our area’s sectional and state qualifiers this past season.
Lemont senior Eddie Scott finished eighth in Class 2A and led his team to a runner-up trophy. He is the 2023 Herald-News Boys Golfer of the Year.
Here is the 2023 Herald-News Boys Golf All-Area Honor Roll, recognizing the accomplishments of our area’s state qualifiers this past season.
Prairie Ridge senior Charlie Pettrone won back-to-back Fox Valley Conference Tournament individual championships and made it back to the Class 2A state tournament in Normal. Pettrone is the 2023 Northwest Herald Boys Golfer of the Year.
Meet the 2023 Northwest Herald All-Area boys golf team.
A look at the top golfers in the NewsTribune area for the 2023 season, including golfers from La Salle-Peru, St. Bede, Hall, Mendota, Princeton, Bureau Valley, Earlville, Fieldcrest and Henry-Senachwine.
Featuring golfers from Bureau Valley, Hall, Princeton and St. Bede
Hall junior Landen Plym is the 2023 NewsTribune Boys Golfer of the Year after leading the area in average, winning multiple invitationals and placing third in a regional.
Konen, the reigning Class 2A state champion, uses positivity and talent amid historic season.
Crystal Lake Central junior Jack Bice placed 33rd at the Class 3A state boys golf tournament and was one of two local golfers to advance to Day 2. Bice was selected as the Northwest Herald Athlete of the Week in an online vote.
Here are the 2023 All-Kishwaukee River Conference girls and boys golf teams, led by Marengo's Emma Leucht and Richmond-Burton's Colten Miller.
Marian Central junior Peter Louise tied for 20th at the Class 1A state boys golf tournament, while Hurricanes senior Ella Notaro took 21st at the 1A state girls meet. Plus more local results from Saturday's final round of state golf.
Dixon's Katie Drew tied for third among 1A girls, Newman's Logan Palmer tied for 18th for 1A boys, the Fulton boys placed ninth among 1A teams, and Sterling's Mason Hubbard tied for 43rd for 2A boys on the final day of the IHSA state golf tournaments on Saturday.
Lincoln-Way West senior Kaylee Dwyer finished with an even-par 144 over two rounds to win the Class 2A state championship by two strokes. Lemont's boys team finished as the state runner-up in Class 2A.