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South Gallia sophomore Caitlyn Vanscoy putts onto the first green during this August 12 golf match at Cliffside Golf Club in Gallipolis, Ohio.
South Gallia sophomore Caitlyn Vanscoy putts onto the first green during this August 12 golf match at Cliffside Golf Club in Gallipolis, Ohio.
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BEVERLY, Ohio — So much for the friendly confines of home.


Waterford had three golfers disqualified on its home course Monday night, which resulted in no team score and allowed South Gallia to claim a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division victory at Lakeside Golf Course in Washington County.


The visiting Rebels posted a team score of 196, which was 12 shots ahead of visiting Trimble (208) during a non-league matchup. The host Wildcats had a team tally of 134 through three golfers, meaning one more 9-hole effort of 61 or better would have given WHS the win.


Jordan Welch of Waterford won medalist honors with a 6-over par round of 40. Alex Branhan and Randee Seevers also had respective efforts of 45 and 49 for the Wildcats.


Gus Slone led the Rebels with a 44, followed by Ethan Swain with 46 and Cuyler Mills with 50. Caitlyn Vanscoy became the first female in SGHS to score at a varsity match after rounding out the team tally with a 56. Chris Brumfield also shot a 73 for the Rebels.


Cole Shifflet led Trimble with a 47, followed by Nick Smith with a 51 and Tyler Sayre with a 53. Brayton Hazen rounded out the Tomcats tally with a 57.

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