WINCHESTER, Tenn. — Moore County High School’s girls golf team claimed a win over Fayetteville on Aug. 4 with a 118-133 victory.
At The Bear Trace at Tims Ford State Park, MCHS senior Emily Powell led the Raiderettes with a 57, while teammate Savannah Stevens finished with a 61. Breanna Woosley’s 68 didn’t count toward the team total (only the top two girls scores are tallied for the team score).
The Lady Tigers got a 63 from Lorin Gattis and a 70 from Skylar McDonald.
On the boys side, the Tigers completed the nine-hole affair with a score of 194 to best Moore County’s total of 225.
Baylor Howell paced all golfers by shooting a 46 for Fayetteville. Teammates Heath Jeffries and Cotton Wiseman were close behind with 47 and 49, respectively. Will Clark’s 52 completed the scoring for the visiting Tigers.
Moore County’s Austin Waters and Tanner Womble each carded a team-low 54. Hunter Brown came in with a 58 and Jay Layman finished at 59. The scores of Dillon Taylor (60), Montana Driver (62) and Clay Burnett (70) didn’t count toward the four-man team score.
On Thursday, Aug. 13, the Raiders and Raiderettes were back on the links at The Bear Trace at Tims Ford State Park, as they welcomed Middle Tennessee Christian School to their home course.
The Cougars won the match 181-230 behind the play of Trey Lashlee. Lashlee blistered the course with a 35. MTCS got a 45 from Grant Tiller and a 48 from Steven Turnham, while Trevor Tidwell tallied a 53.
Brown carded a 53 to lead Moore County’s charges. Layman wrapped up the day with a 57, while Driver and Taylor each scored a 60 to complete the Raiders’ team scoring.
Other scores for the MCHS boys included Womble and Burnett, each with a 63.
Middle Tennessee Christian School didn’t bring a girls team, but the MCHS Raiderettes went ahead and shot a round. Powell carded a 53, with Woosely scoring a 59 and Williams tipping the scorecard with a 64.
Moore County was scheduled to host Eagleville on Tuesday; results were not available at press time. MCHS is slated to travel to Eagleville on Tuesday, Sept. 1.
—By ROBERT HOLMAN, Publisher (email@example.com)
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