The Cuba High School golf team placed four athletes among the top seven, and all five Wildcat golfers finished among the top ten golfers in the Gasconade Valley Conference Tournament played at Viburnum on Thursday, April 11. Senior Jonathan Bayless won the tournament outright, and the Wildcat team also placed first in conference team standings, with Bayless, Austin Shockley and Paven Clark taking the top three spots in the conference showdown.
Cuba baseball finished fourth in last week’s Gasconade Valley Conference Tournament, which was partially held at Paul Bryan Field before being moved to Vienna for the final round of games due to wet field conditions. The Wildcats went 1-1 in pool play before losing to the Steelville Cardinals in a battle for third place.
With seven schools fielding complete teams in the Salem Tournament on Thursday, April 4, Wildcat golfers proved they had the stuff to compete under tough conditions. Cuba finished second out of the seven teams with a 383 combined score, and Austin Shockley had the best individual finish. St. Clair won the 18-hole meet with 382 strokes, edging out Cuba by one shot.
The Cuba Lady Wildcats finished in second place out of five schools competing in the Owensville High School Quad meet. The Cuba boys took third at Owensville.
Cuba High School hosted its first track and field meet of the spring season under blue skies on Tuesday, March 26. The Wildcat boys finished seventh out of eight teams in the CHS Relays, while the Cuba Lady Cats placed fifth out of nine schools in the women’s division.