SPRING HILL — Louisburg’s Calvin Dillon and Patrick Hartsock of Spring Hill have quite a rivalry heating up on the links this spring.

Dillon shot a 75 to win the Paola Invitational on April 8, holding off Hartsock, who was runner-up, by six strokes.

The two met twice last week. Hartsock carded a 76 to beat Dillon by two strokes to win the Osawatomie Invitational on Tuesday, April 16.

Dillon and Hartsock were at Sycamore Ridge for the Spring Hill Invitational and Frontier League Tournament two days later, Thursday, April 18.

Dillon shot a 3-over-par 75 to win the league title.

Hartsock, golfing on his home course, was seven strokes back with a round of 82 for sixth place in the league.

Ottawa ran away with the team title, placing golfers second, third, fourth and fifth.

Drake Varns placed in the top 20 for the Louisburg Wildcats. Varns shot a 90 for 14th place.

Wildcat Garrett Rolofson shot a 96 for 19th place.

Ryan Haight was right behind his teammate, carding a 97 to finish 20th for Louisburg.

Noah Hill of Louisburg was 23rd on the leader board with a 101.

Seth Aistrup of Paola shot a 101 for 24th place in the league.

Trey Rooks of Spring Hill placed 25th with a 101.

Hunter Williams of Spring Hill was one stroke back at 102, placing 27th.

Spring Hill’s Dylan Krueger placed 31st with a 105.

Alec Verbraken shot a 110 for 38th place.

Evan McMillan of Paola carded a 113 to finish 35th.

Cole Williams of Louisburg shot a 116 for 38th place.

Jackson Rauenzahn of Spring Hill finished 38th with a 116.

Osawatomie Invitational

Hartsock shot a 37 and a 39 to win the Osawatomie Invitational, carding a 76.

Dillon of Louisburg placed third with a 78. He shot a 40 and a 38.

Varns placed fourth for the Wildcats with a 79. He shot a 39 and a 40

Rolofson also medaled for Louisburg, placing 18th with a 94.

The Louisburg Wildcats were runner-up, carding a 346. Ottawa won the team title with a 333.

Spring Hill placed sixth with a 383.

Sports Editor Gene Morris can be reached at (913) 294-2311 or gene.morris@miconews.com.

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