Jake Bossert of Raymore-Peculiar shoots out of a sand trap during the Suburban Gold Conference boys golf tournament Monday. The Panthers finished seventh with a 381 total at the Adams Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs.
Jake Bossert of Raymore-Peculiar shoots out of a sand trap during the Suburban Gold Conference boys golf tournament Monday. The Panthers finished seventh with a 381 total at the Adams Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs. Photo provided
Jake Bossert of Raymore-Peculiar shoots out of a sand trap during the Suburban Gold Conference boys golf tournament Monday. The Panthers finished seventh with a 381 total at the Adams Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs. Photo provided

Panthers place seventh in conference golf

April 28, 2017 12:00 AM

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