Alex Hawley email@example.com
August 14, 2013
RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. — Miller made the longest trip to Green Hills golf club Monday night but the Falcons made themselves right at home.
Miller posted a winning score of 188 in the play six, count four format at the par-36 front side. Southern was runner-up with a team total of 214, followed by Eastern with a 215.
The Falcons were paced by match medalist Chris Gamble, who posted a 43, followed by Shaun Hayes with a 45. Miller also received a 49 fired by Austin Doughty and a 51 by Colton Pargeon. Scotty Duffee (63) and Zack Tokie (67) both played but neither score counted toward the team total.
The Tornadoes were led by juniors Bradley McCoy, who shot a 51, and Tanner Roush, who fired a 52. Ryan Shenkelberg marked a 55, while Jacob Hoback’s 56 rounded out the SHS total. Braden Spencer also fired a 56 for the Purple and Gold and Crew Warden marked a 59 in non-counting efforts.
Senior David Warner led Eastern with a round of 45, followed by Jack Kuhn with a 52. Tyler Hensley and Zach Connolly each marked a 59 to round out the EHS total. In non-counting efforts Dustin Frost shot a 62 and Josh Parker marked a 64 for the Eagles.