MARYVILLE, Mo. — Central Christian College’s golf team was paced by freshman Keith Cheuvront during the MCAC Championships earlier this week.
Cheuvront shot rounds of 81-86 on the first day, but the long-hitting lefty then settled down to shoot 75 on the final day to finish in 22nd place in the 54-hole event.
Brady Sherman, in his final tournament as a Tiger, had rounds of 86-89-83 for 27th.
Other Tiger scores were Matthew Hargett (88-88-93), Joshua Paine (89-94-93) and Dustin Rojas (90-101-97).
Central took sixth as a team. Oklahoma Wesleyan won the title by nine strokes over Bellevue, whose standout Jose Vega was medalist after rounds of 67-73-68 (208). He won by six strokes over Oklahoma Wesleyan’s David Ryan (71-70-73).
CCC’s Caitlin Corn was the lone Lady Tiger to compete, taking 22nd in the 36-hole event. She had rounds of 98-104.
The Tigers wrapped up the season under first-year coach Kyle Moody, who already has been busy on the recruiting trail with some quality signings.