Salem's Robbie Foreman teeing off on the third hole at Salem Country Club.
Salem's Nathan Williams' second shot on Hole 2 at Salem Country Club Wednesday.
Wildcats Slip Up Against Orphans
The Orphans carded a 156 to win the match. And for the first time this season, a Wildcat wasn't the medalist. Four Centralia golfers each shot a 39, as Brendon Middleton, Tylor McDaniel, Mile Burris, and Matt Dobbs all turned in identical scores.
Robbie Foreman recorded Salem's best score, finishing his round at 42. Nathan Williams carded a 44. Joe Tolliver shot a 46, and Sam
Beavin wrapped up his nine with a 47.
Salem Coach David Lever says that every day is brand new in golf and you can't rely on what you did before.
"A little higher today than yesterday. That's how golf works. It doesn't care what you did yesterday, it's all about today. You turn the page. You change the calendar, and you have to come out and work just as hard as you did the day before."
Salem is off until Tuesday when the Wildcats host Olney.
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