Brookfield Central boys golf coach Brian Scrobel said his team was disappointed with its second-place finish on Monday at the second Greater Metro Conference mini-meet at Westmoor Country Club.
Marquette won the event by shooting a 159, while the Lancers were five strokes back at 164. Sussex Hamilton (171), Brookfield East (171), Menomonee Falls (172), Wauwatosa East/West (175), West Allis Hale (183) and West Allis Central (208) rounded out the standings.
"We were very disappointed we didn't play well," Scrobel said. "There is a lot of improvement needed.
"Our short game wasn't as good as last week and we had too many double bogeys."
Junior Eric Anderson led Central with a 39 and junior Eric Schleicher had a 40, which included an eagle on the par 5 ninth hole.
Senior Jack Wartman had a 42 and he was followed by sophomore Eddie Wajda, who shot a 43 and Kevin Coakley finished out with a 45.
Central hosted the meet and it was a cold and windy day, but the conditions were not as bad as the first mini-meet the week before.
In other news, Central has moved up in the rankings.
The Lancers moved up to sixth in the latest Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin top 10 poll.
Ahead of Central are Middleton, Arrowhead, Onalaska, Catholic Memorial and Madison Memorial.
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