ZIONSVILLE CAPTURES IHSAA BOYS GOLF TITLE
JAMES SACHECK WINS MEDALIST HONORS
home top honors in the 2004 IHSAA Boys Golf Tournament at the Legends of
Indiana Golf Course in
The 593 total was
the third lowest score in tournament history, behind
James Sacheck (12) led Zionsville, and captured medalist honors for the tournament, with rounds of 68-21-140.† Teammate Chris Kline (12) added a 73-76-149.† Bryan Brackemyre (11) chipped in with a 76-77-153.† Brandon Thacker (10) came home in 75-76-151.† Tom Eline (11) contributed rounds of 82-93-175.
Over the course
of the three-days, Sacheck fired nine birdies, with
only five bogeys, to edge out Chris Baker (12) of Brownstown Central
(72-69-141).† Andy Winings
For the Eagles,
it was their second state title in the last three years, having defeated
Complete team and individual scoring is on the web at 2004 IHSAA Boys Golf Tournament.
CHRIS BAKER, BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL,
NAMED MENTAL ATTITUDE AWARD WINNER
Chris Baker of Brownstown Central †was named winner of the 2003 Fred A. Keesling Mental Attitude Award in golf during the annual state tournament conducted at the Legends of Indiana Golf Course on June 15-16-17, 2004.
The award is presented annually to an outstanding senior in the boys golf state tournament, the recipient of which was nominated by his principal and coach, has demonstrated excellence in mental attitude, scholarship, leadership and athletic ability in golf.† The award is named in honor of the late Fred A. Keesling, the longtime IHSAA Boys Golf Tournament Director.
second in individual scoring (72-69-141).† He was third in medalist scoring in the
Bedford Sectional and first at
Chris ranks No. 1 in his Senior class and is a member
of the National Honor Society.† He is
also active in the Student Council, German Club, Spanish Club, Lettermenís Club
and Boosterís Club.† He plans to study
He has performed volunteer work for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Fuzzy Zoellerís Charities for Children and Natural Helpers.
Chris is the son of Becky and Jim Baker of Brownstown.
He becomes the second player from Brownstown Central to capture the award in golf, joining Joshua Brewer, who garnered the honor in 1994.
Insurance, corporate partner of all IHSAA tournaments, presented a check for