8.27.20 PANTHERS FALL SHORT TO BLUEJAYS
The panther men fell in a dual match to St. John’s at the Lynx golf course. The final tally was in the blue jays favor by a count of 165-191. Adam Stephenson led the panthers with a 46, Hunter Gibson 47, Hunter Bruns 47, Roman Leszinske 51, Kaden Boroff 53, and Camdyn Clay 62.
8.20.20 CLUTTER LEADS THE WAY, PANTHERS FALL
8.20.20 PARKWAY FALLS BY A MERE SEVEN STROKES
The Parkway linksters went across the border for a match with the Ft. Recovery Indians. It was close throughout the day, but when the scores were tallied, the visiting panthers took the loss by a mere seven strokes. The Indians bested parkway with a score of 179 to 186. Adam Stephenson led the visitors with a 41 on the day and was also the medalists for being the top golfer in the match.
8.19.20 PANTHERS EDGED BY REDSKINS, BEST FT. JENNINGS
Roman Leszinske and Hunter Bruns lead the way for the panthers in the tri-meet held at the Mercer county elks course. Roman shot a 33 while Hunter was right behind at 34 strokes. The redskins won the match as they shot a 290, followed by the panthers with a 310 and the Musketeers in the final spot with a 385.
8.17.20 PARKWAY LADIES FALL TO VERSAILLES
The young lady panthers went through some growing pains as they were dominated by a good Versailles squad. The match was held at the beautiful Stillwater course, which is the home of the lady tigers. The Versailles Medalist was Maddie Durham, who shot a match best 41. The Parkway Medalist was Emily Clutter who had a very respectable 57 to lead the panthers. The lady tigers won the MAC contest, shooting a 186 to the visiting panthers 272.