FRANKLIN — NorthWood shot the same score as the day before and wound up 10th out of 15 teams at the IHSAA Boys Golf State Finals.
Tied for ninth place after a first-round 318 on Tuesday, June 17, the Panthers fired a second-round 318 Wednesday, June 18, at The Legends Golf Club.
NorthWood, making its first State Finals appearance as a team, wound up with 636. State team champion Columbus North shot 299-292—591.
Playing for NorthWood, which started on No. 10 Wednesday, were junior Alec Dutkowski (74-76—150), senior Brayden Glaser (84-75—159), senior Logan Kauffman (74-80—154), junior Matt Ely (86-87—173) and sophomore Hayden Klotz (90-94—184).
Dutkowski, who tied for 17th place overall, shot an eagle (3 on the par-5 No. 10 hole) along with three birdies and eight pars.
Kauffman, who tied for 33rd, fired three birdies and 10 pars. Glaser, who tied for 56th, also eagled No. 10 and had one birdie and 11 par.
Ely, who finished 94th, had four pars. Klotz, who placed 99th, posted five pars and one birdie.
Marian senior Michael Makris wound up fourth overall with a 143.
Makris followed up his first-round 75 with a second-round 68 featuring four birdies and 14 pars. On Tuesday, he carded three birdies for a front-nine 33 and one birdie on the back nine for a 35.
Columbus North seniors Michael VanDeventer and Christian Fairbanks shared medalist honors at 141.