The Boys Golf DVC championship takes place at Blackberry Oaks where Waubonsie Valley takes home the title in a shocker. This highlight is sponsored by BMO Harris Bank.
We have the Boys Golf DVC championship. Metea Valley looks to capture the championship after winning the DVC regular season championship. All the schools are set for the big event at Blackberry Oaks.
We’re on hole 4 as Metea’s Aman Shah has a nice drive over the water, through the wind, and to the green. Shah pars it in from there.
Up next is Central’s Harvey Wang and he also puts some fire on that ball landing it on the green. He’s not done yet as that drive results in a birdie for the Redhawk. He acknowledges the camera and shoots a 1 under on hole 4 as well as scoring a 77 on the day.
Metea’s Arjun Vyas also off to a good start sinking a par on hole 4. Mustangs are looking good early.
Hole 10 and here is Shah again. This time he is going for the birdie and he’s got it. The Mustang shoots an 80 on the day but is that enough?
Neuqua’s Mason Dentzman is in line for a par and it slowly rolls in. The wind won’t stop that putt for the Wildcat.
Hole 12 and Waubonsie’s Salil Khanduja is lining up for a long birdie. He puts enough power on that and it goes in. No surprise as he continues to impress as a sophomore.
16th hole and Central’s Ben Anderson is in the sand, but gets a nice chip to the green. Anderson pars from there and goes on to score an overall of 79, second best for the Hawks.
Neuqua’s Alec Cross also sinks a par on the par 5 hole. He goes on to score a 78, which is the second best for Neuqua.
Hole 18 and Neuqua’s best score comes from Dentzman after sinking this par. The Wildcat goes on to score a 77.
Arjun Vyas also ends his day with a par and he is pumped up after the strong finish. The Mustang’s second best score with an 83.
Naperville North’s best score comes from Jackson Ciganek and he shows some love to our cameraman after finishing with an 85.
Waubonsie’s Kenton Esch has some trees in front, but that’s no problem as his drive lands right onto the dance floor. Esch goes on to par, scoring a 75.
Esch along with Neal Gupta were in a playoff for the best individual score on the day. Gupta chips his ball on to the green but gets knocked out by one stroke.
That one stroke came from none other than Salil Khanduja who absolutely drives this ball to the green and you can guess what he does next. It’s a birdie and that’s how his day ends with a 75 after the playoff.
He’s all hyped up after that hole and he should be because Waubonsie Valley takes home the DVC title after a 2-3 regular season in the conference.
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