Coalter Littrell took home the first place medal this past Saturday at the Choteau JV Invitational, winning in a chip-off as both players carded 93 strokes on the day.
“Coalter has only been playing golf for a year, and as busy as he is with all the other activities, it’s a testament to his work ethic on how far he has come,” praised Coach Scott Laird.
Jayden Augare had his best round of the year, finishing in sixth place with a 99 on the day.
Others competing on the cold and sometimes windy day were Matt Larson 106; Matt Meiwald 110; Tyler Edwards and Wyatt Michaels with 117s; and Ray Little Young Man 128.
On Friday, Shelby hosted an impromptu tournament after the original meet that was scheduled for Choteau was cancelled because of the weather. TaeLynn Still Smoking carded a 104 while teammate Kendall Hibbs toured the course in 124 strokes.
Littrell once again led the boys team with a 95, followed by Larson with a 115; Augare 117; Little Young Man 138; Edwards 139; Michaels 147; and Meiwald 148.
The Wolves will hit the road this week traveling back to Choteau on Thursday then going to Fort Benton on Monday, April 22, to play the long and hard Signal Point golf course.