McCallie, Baylor Girls Earn City Prep Titles

Hulgan, Warren Earn Medalist Honors

Friday, September 6, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

McCallie and Baylor's girls won City Prep Golf Championship titles Thursday at Bear Trace at Harrison Bay.

Medalist Gordon Hulgan led McCallie with a 4-under 68. Also on McCallie's winning team were Patrick McDonald (69), Tucker Snipes (79) and Luke Hamilton (81).

Tennessee commitment Blakesly Warren from Baylor earned medalist honors with a 1-under 71. It was her third straight City Prep title.

Katherine Holmes shot 76 and combined with Warren for a team-winning score of 147.

 

City Prep Championship Results

At Bear Trace At Harrison Bay

Boys Team Scores:

297--McCallie (Gordon Hulgan 68, Patrick McDonald 69, Tucker Snipes 79, Luke Hamilton 81)

302--Baylor (Chase Roswall 73, Oliver Simonsen 75, Nic Vandeventer 76, Gavin Roberson 78)

304--Signal Mountain (Sullivan Baker 71, Austin Nolan 73, Jimmy Billings 79, Jacob Bailey 81)

312--Notre Dame (Reese Scobey 75, Jared Nelson 77, Alexander Riddle 78, Zac Bombassi 82)

316--East Hamlton (Logan Price 74, Tucker Venable 77, Ian Newman 77, Matt Wilson 87)

324--Walker Valley (Dylan Lillard 69, Cory Rollins 83, Jordan Leggett 85, Garrett Cantrell 87)

Individual Scores

69--Scott Stevens (CCS)

72--Danny Gleeson (Ooltewah)

75--Lake Johnson (CCS)

76--Parker Sammons (Ooltewah)

77--Trent Mansfield (Boyd-Buchanan)

80--Thad Smith (Hixson)

81--Thomas Hays (Collegedale)

87--Brandon Noland (Soddy-Daisy)

89--Sergel Killian (South Pittsburg)

91--Tate Troung (Hixson)

94--Grayson Hammon (CCS)

Girls Team Scores

147--Baylor (Blakesly Warren 71, Katherine Holmes 76)

170--GPS (Emily Blake 83, Mary Melissa Manuel 87)

171--Signal Mountain (Bethany Burns 82, Haley Buttram (89); Walker Valley (Katie Bishop 81, Kassie Gregg 90)

176--Boyd-Buchanan (Madison Balthrop 82, Lauren Foster 94)

Girls Individual Scores

79--Kaitlyn Sneed (Meigs County)

81--Samantha Griffin (Ooltewah)

82--Anna Pope (CCS)

88--Heidi Barringer (Cleveland)

91--Mattie Strozak (Notre Dame)

94--Haley Johnson (McMinn County)

95--Olivia Williams (Bradley Central)

113--Mason Jewell (McMinn County)

 

 


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