Two SEK League golf meets took place over the week, with the Fort Scott Invitational on Monday and the Parsons Invitational on Wednesday at the Katy Golf Course.

At Monday’s tournament in Fort Scott, Labette County took sixth place while Parsons didn’t register a team score.

Frontenac won the meet with score of 376 strokes. Independence was second at 397, followed by Pittsburg at 406.

Chanute’s Drayton Cleaver ran away in the individual standings, scoring a 75. Second-place finish Seth Aistrup of Paola scored an 88.

Labette County’s Dakota Payne took seventh place with a score of 92 to earn a medal. Ben Witty and Iden Stover both shot a 115 to take 35th place while Cole Brown was 39th with a 119.

Jayce Quirin of Parsons finished just outside the top 10, taking 11th place with a 99. Aidan Marks finished 17th (104) while Zane Baker shot a 127 to finish in 41st place.

At the Parsons Invitational at Katy on Wednesday, Independence won the team standings with a score of 184 over nine holes.

Labette County took fourth with 203 while Parsons finished fifth with 230.

Cleaver again won the tournament individually, shooting a 38.

Quirin took 14th for Parsons at its home tournament, scoring a 51. Marks finished closely behind Quirin, taking 17th with a 53.

Kaden Tullis finished 24th with a 62 while Baker claimed 27th with a 64.

As for Labette County, two Grizzlies medaled as Payne finished in third place with a 43 and Brown shot a 49 to take 10th.

“I was very pleased with our scores this week in Parsons,” Labette County head coach Jack Leake said. “Katy is a challenging course and it was a chilly day to play and our boys were one stroke from third place as a team. And if you double our nine-hole team total, we shot 35 shots better than we did at Fort Scott on Monday. Much, much better.” 

Witty finished 16th with a 52 at Parsons, while Mitchell House was 22nd (59), Jordan Lee 28th (66) and Stover 30th (70).

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