(Sentinel photo by Allen Hamil) Above, Carter Wilken of Akron-Westfield swings his club in Monday’s game. He was the overall medalist with a pair of 36 at Remsen Golf Club.

REMSEN — The Akron-Westfield golf teams picked up a pair of victories during War Eagle Conference action at Remsen Golf Club on a sunny, but cold and windy day Monday.

The AW boys came away with a 165-178 win over the home side. Carter Wilken finished with an even score of 36 for the Westerns to earn medalist honors. Wilken birdied the par-5 second hole and bogeyed the par-4 fifth hole. He shot an even par on the remaining seven holes of the course.

Raiden Ericson shot a 42 for the Westerners for the second score. He equaled par on four of the holes.

Carson James of Akron-Westfield and Carter Schorg of Remsen St. Mary’s tied for second best at 43. James had four parity holes while Schorg finished with three.

Jackson Marnach rounded out the Westerners’ team score with a 44 that matched a pair of Hawks. Colbey Penning and Collin Homan had all 44 scores for the Hawks. RSM’s final score included in the team score was an Austin Schwickerath 47 that matched Tatum Wilken’s No. 5 score of the Westerners.

Uncounted scores included a 49 for Arik Allard of AW and a 51 and 53 for Hunter Pick and Jaxon Bunkers of RSM.

(Sentinel Photo by Allen Hamil) RSM’s Sidney Tritz putts during Monday’s golf meet. She had the lowest individual round of 41 that day.

The AW Girls took a narrow 209-211 win. RSM’s Sidney Tritz was the overall medalist in the competition with a 41. She finished her round with even par on four of the last five holes. She also birdied the par-5 second hole.

AW’s Natalie Nielsen scored 49. Her teammates Ellie Martinsen and Katie Johnson were next with identical scores of 53 which also matched RSM’s Isabella Arens. The Westerners completed their team score with a 54 from Taryn Wilken.

(Sentinel Photo by Allen Hamil) Akron-Westfield’s Natalie Nielsen continues her shot in Monday’s game. She had the highest score for the Westerners with a 49 as she was the runner-up in the competition.

AW’s Josie Smith shot a 57 that was ahead of the last two scores for the Hawks, a 58 from Peyton Frederes and a 59 from Maci Gravenish.

AW’s last score was a 61 from Allie Swoyer while the Hawks had uncounted scores of 63 from Zajara Wales and 64 from Olivia Pottebaum.

AW Golf teams improved to 2-0 in conference play. It was the first conference loss for the RSM boys as they are now 4-1 in the league. The RSM girls slipped to 3-2 in the conference.