"Conditions were very good with the exception of the wind, which was a two-club adjustment, and made hitting fairways in the crosswind extremely challenging," CHS head coach Doug Wokoun said.
Cloverdale's squad competed against some heavy competition in the invite. Eight of the state's top 20 teams were among the field, in addition to two other who have received votes.
The Clovers were led by Chris Arnold's 77. Michael Glassburn followed with an 84, Sean Rhine added an 89 and Mike Wellington shot a 92. Blake Witt carded a 108 for Cloverdale on the day.
"We are very pleased and excited by Chris's round," Wokoun commented. "He played very well, and his score included a triple bogey, which shows how consistently he played otherwise. He finished in a tie for tenth place."
Wokoun thought his team competed well with the conditions and the competition they faced and is optimistic about what he is seeing from his squad.
"We did okay with the level of competition we faced, but Michael, Sean
and Mike had some bad luck at different times," Wokoun acknowledged. "To have had the difficulty we had and be within 11 strokes of tenth place is very encouraging. We competed much better than on Thursday, and gives us a lift going into this week."
Cloverdale (3-4) travels to South Putnam to face the Eagles and Tri-West today at 4:30 p.m.
At West Chase G.C.
Avon 291, North Central 306, Lafayette Jeff 311, Lebanon 314, TH South 318, Hamilton Southeastern 318, Plainfield 321, Zionsville 323, Warsaw 324, Center Grove 325, New Palestine 331, Noblesville 334, South Vermillion 339, Cloverdale 342, Brownsburg 343, Pike 345, Danville 348, Covenant Christian 356, Lawrence North 361, Franklin Central 374.
Cloverdale -- Arnold 77, Glassburn 84, Rhine 89, Wellington 92, Witt 108.
Next match -- Cloverdale (3-4) travels to South Putnam to face the Eagles and Tri-West today at 4:30 p.m.