Conditions weren't perfect for the Arlington and Fort Calhoun golf teams Wednesday at The Pines Country Club.
But the rain didn't cut their first 18-hole tournament of the season short.
“There were some ups and downs, but the weather held off and it turned out to be a pretty decent day for golf,” Eagles coach Scott Parson said. “I couldn't be more pleased with our early season progression, and look forward to see where the team can go.”
AHS finished ninth at the 16-team tourney hosted by Douglas County West, while the Pioneers were 15th. Collectively, the Eagles took 371 swings — 35 more than first-place Bennington — while coach Dustin Humphrey's FCHS team carded 433.
Logan View's Jake Hagerbaumer shot the day's low score, a 76, while Jayden Thompson of Arlington led all Washington County golfers. Josh Iossi, his Eagle teammate, carded a 91, Eddie Rosenthal had a 94 and Josh Hamre shot a 96. Austin Smutz took 103 swings.
Fort Calhoun, meanwhile, was led by Grant Nixon's 102 over 18 holes. Bode Bench added a 106, while Landon Miller and Dylan Boldt shot a 110 and 115, respectively. Vincent Boncacci carded 137 strokes.
Arlington was set to compete Monday at Ashland Country Club. Results will be published in Friday's Washington County Enterprise.
The Pioneers, meanwhile, are scheduled to play Thursday at Ashland Country-Club in a junior varsity invitational.