Men’s golf captures second straight win at CBC Invitational

MAUMELLE – Carrying a 13 shot lead into the final round of the CBC Invitational, Central Baptist College men’s golf looked to capture their first tournament of the spring on Tuesday in the final round at the Country Club of Arkansas. CBC shot a final round 307 and held off a charge from Missouri Baptist, finishing with a 602 overall and a win by four strokes.

CBC’s Leopold Maes

The win is the second straight victory for CBC following their win at Evangel’s Tournament to end the fall. Individually, Suraprat Pareepart placed second, closing with a final round 74 to finish at 149, tied for second and one shot off the win. Jakub Slapal finished fourth after closing with a 77 and a total of 150 while Leopold Maes, the first-round individual leader, closed with a 79 to finish in fifth place with a 151. Kitsakon Jairak finished with a 77 and a total of 152 to place sixth and Paul Gomez shot a final round 81 to finish with a 159 and in a tie for 11th. Emmanuel LaBeur and Joaquin Ali both competed as individuals, with LaBeur finishing at 168 and Ali carding a 173.

CBC will be back on a golf course in Mississippi next week for the Blue Mountain Spring Classic at the Old Waverly Golf Club.

Hagewood finishes second in CBC Invitational

MAUMELLE – Entering the day trailing by eight shots, Alyssa Hagewood looked to make a charge for the win in the final round of the CBC Mustang Invitational on Tuesday at the Country Club of Arkansas. Hagewood closed with an 84 but it wasn’t enough, and she ended up second in the tournament behind Kendra Harness of Williams Baptist.

Lacey Crutchfield and Abby Kirby also competed in the tournament for CBC, with Crutchfield shooting a final round 94 for a 184, good for fourth place while Kirby closed with a 107 to finish with a 217. Women’s golf will be back on the course in Miss., next week for the Blue Mountain Spring Classic at Old Waverly Golf Club.