The Lodi boys golf team finished sixth at the sixth and final Capitol Conference mini-meet at Endelweiss Chalet Country Club on May 7.

The Blue Devils finished with a score of 185.

Columbus claimed the title with a 165, followed by Cambridge (167), New Glarus (174), Belleville-Monticello (184), Lakeside Lutheran (185), Lodi, Lake Mills (188), Luther Prep (210) and Wisconsin Heights (343).

Columbus finished first overall for the six mini-meets with nine points, while Cambridge was second with 10. Lodi and New Glarus tied for third place with 23 points.

Despite having a triple-bogey on the first hole, Jackson Furniss led the Blue Devils with a 42 for his round. He finished in a tie for 10th place overall.

Collin West helped the Blue Devils with a 43, while Haley Thoeney shot a 45.

Alex Rashid played in in his first varsity meet for Lodi and closed out the scoring with a 55.

“Alex actually played better than his score shows,” Lodi coach David Zilker said. “He just had some extra fun getting some reps in putting.”

Shane Ness also represented the Blue Devils and shot a 58.

Columbus Invite

Last Saturday, the Blue Devils finished second at the Columbus Invite with a 380.

Columbus easily won the title at the seven-team invite with a 323.

Furniss finished seventh overall with a 90, while Ness was ninth with a 93.

“Highlighting the day were two near hole-in-ones by Shane Ness and Jackson Furniss,” Zilker said. “They both were so close it was an easy tap-in birdie for each one.”

West finished in 10th place with a 96.

Peyton Breunig closed out the scoring for Lodi with a 101. Rashid finished with a 105 for his round.

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