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Titan Haney and Ethan Mustard shoot career lows as ‘Jackets take second at Bolivar

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It was a career best day for the top two Lebanon High School golfers as juniors Ethan Mustard and Titan Haney shot their high school tournament career lows of 69 (-3) on Monday afternoon at the Bolivar Invitational at Silo Ridge.

Both Mustard and Haney tied for first after the 18 hole tournament, and after a scorecard playoff on hole No. 7, Mustard finished at the top for LHS.

As a team, the ‘Jackets shot a team score of 301 and finished second with the Nixa Eagles shooting a 295.

“I am so proud of the team (on Monday),” head coach Trey Overstreet said. “Especially Titan and Ethan, though. They have spent countless hours on the course together and their competitiveness has pushed both of them to places few will ever reach on the course.

“How fitting it was for them to both have their high school tournament career lows on the same day.”

Overstreet took time to speak on the leadership abilities of both Haney and Mustard.

“The best part of it all was not only did they have their best day on the course, but they immediately went into leadership mode when the tournament ended,” he stated. “They went straight to the three other guys on our team who didn’t have their best days.

“The culture of Lebanon High School boys’ golf is strong with these two at the helm.”

Freshman Jacob Clark carded a 79 (+7) and finished just outside the medals while senior Kory Hough shot an 84 (+12) and junior Trustin Cox fired a 92 (+20).

Lebanon is scheduled to be back in action on Thursday at the Missouri State Relays at Payne Stewart and at Millwood on Monday morning for the Kickapoo Invitational.

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