KHS golf earns win over rival DeKalb in conference action
By Mike Slodki
on September 29, 2011
by Mike Slodki
KANELAND—Consistency and depth are two intangibles that KHS coach Mark Meyer preaches and touts for his Knights golf outfit.
Those were put into motion on Thursday, when KHS traveled to Kishwauee Country Club in DeKalb, Ill., and solved the Barbs in a 160-176 affair.
With the regular season in its homestretch, the Knights are 8-4 in dual competition.
“I think the big difference this year is consistency, and we’re a much deeper team than before,” Meyer said. “Where last year we had one or two players able to make par or one over, now we have like six or seven that can do that.”
Headlining for the Knights were Connor Williams and Adam Grams, who both shot a 39. Brody Kuhar shot a 44, and Zach Douglas shot a 45.
Kaneland had eyes on a repeat for Northern Illinois Big XII conference glory with the Wednesday meet in Yorkville, and heads to Regionals in South Elgin, Ill, on Tuesday, Oct. 4.