The Busters moved into 4th place after finishing round one in fifth place. The Busters struggled in the morning 18 holes of the 36 hole event firing a team total of 325. Kansas City, KS Community College lead after a first round 310 but weren't able to hold on for the win. Round 2 proved to be a big improvement for the Busters shooting a 309, second best round of the event. Dodge City took the tournament title with a come from behind win after finishing the second round with a 305, 11 shots clear of KCK CC, for a two round total of 618.
Leading the Buster's behind another solid Jayhawk Conference performance was freshmen Skyler Tebo. Tebo finished the event in 2nd place with scores of 77 and 76 in the 36 hole event. Taking the individual crown was Dodge City's Dylan Coffer firing a two round total of 148, just 5 shots clear of Garden City's Tebo. Nathan Forrest and Sam Cooney also had solid performances for the Busters finishing in T-14th and T-16th respectively.
"We really put ourselves out of contention for a win today with our first round performance," said head coach Matt Zedrick. "It would have been really easy to have let the first round effect how we played the rest of the day, but the guys responded well and posted a good score. Our second round score shows how close we are getting. We will be back at Alvamar in two weeks for our District Championship. Hopefully, our second round showed the guys that we can compete with some really good teams."
The Busters return to play on April 20-21, 2015 in Newton, KS at the Jayhawk Conference Championship Sand Creek Station Golf Course.