Cavalier Golf

CENTENNIAL CONFERENCE CHAMPS: The Bishop Neumann golf team captured the Centennial Conference Championship at Indianhead Golf Club in Grand Island on May 3.  Team members include (from left) Boston Pentico, Lindsey Thiele, Noah Briley, Lauren Thiele and Patrick Kenney.

GRAND ISLAND – The Bishop Neumann golf team captured the school’s first ever conference championship on Saturday at Indianhead Golf Club in Grand Island.

The Cavaliers fired a team score of 314 and won by four strokes over defending conference champion Grand Island Central Catholic.

“I thought we played really well. I mean we were able to throw out an 82,” said Bishop Neumann Coach Pat


Four Cavaliers finished in the top ten at the meet and the team was led by freshman Lauren Thiele and sophomore Boston Pentico who carded 78’s.

Junior Lindsey Thiele and sophomore Patrick Kenney also finished in the top ten after posting 79’s.

Noah Briley got it around in 82 to round out the Cavalier scoring.

Prior to competing in the conference meet over the weekend the Cavaliers traveled to Hooper to take part in the Logan View Invitational

on a chilly Monday afternoon.

The Cavaliers won the meet by 27 strokes, finishing with a team score of 315.

Briley finished in a tie for second at the meet after signing for a season-best 75.

Lauren Thiele finished fourth after posting a 77.

Lindsey Thiele (81) and Pentico (82) also finished in the medals at the meet.

Kenney finished with an 88.

The Cavaliers will compete on May 13 at the Class B-2 district tournament at River Wilds Golf Club in Blair.

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