By Brady Extin | The Times-Post
YORKTOWN — At Saturday’s 18-hole Hoosier Heritage Conference meet played at The Player’s Club in Yorktown, the Arabians came up just short.
Mt. Vernon won the HHC title for just the second time. Both wins were in the past three years. In 2021, MV won with a score of 335.
Pendleton Heights shot an 18-hole round of 324, two strokes behind Mt. Vernon, one less than Greenfield-Central (325) and four fewer than fourth-place Yorktown (328).
Delta was fifth with a 344, Shelbyville finished in sixth with a 346, and New Palestine finished seventh with a 352.
The Marauders were led by sophomore Nils Erkmanis, who was the individual tournament runner-up for the second straight year.
Erkmanis, Yorktown’s Christian Groves and Shelbyville’s Jake Garrison each shot rounds of 77. They went to a playoff, with Groves winning on the third playoff hole. Garrison was eliminated after the second hole.