Collin Duckworth was Central Christian College’s top finisher during today’s windy final round of the Kansas Golf Classic at Turkey Creek.
Duckworth finished in a tie for third after shooting a 74. He had fired two previous rounds of 78 and finished with a 230 total.
Duckworth’s 74 was the best round of the day.
CCC’s Ty Howell, who had shot 79-72 on Monday, struggled with a 96 today and fell back to a tie for 15th at 247. Teammate JP Ray also had his struggles after a good Monday, finishing with rounds of 77-80-89-246 for 14th.
Sterling’s Lorenzo Bolivar was medalist with rounds of 72-72-80-224.
Other scores for Central were Mathew Hargett (86-93-89-268) and Lowell Stephens (76-91-102-269).
After starting the day in third as a team, Central fell back to fourth. Sterling (926) won the title, followed by Barton County (942), Bethel A (962) Central (979), Bethel B (1,075) and Jarvis Christian (1,385).
For the Central women, Alexis Briner was 13th with a 199. Other totals were Savannah Horn (203), Caitlin Corn (234) and Mackenzie Gales (248).
Redlands won the meet by 52 shots, followed by Barton County, Dodge City, Sterling and Central.