Stevens, Johnson, Holmes Medalists In Baylor Preview

Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Memphis University's boys and Rossview's girls won the Baylor Preview on Tuesday at the Black Creek Club.

Chattanooga Christian's Scott Stevens and Lake Johnson shared medalist honors.

Baylor's Katherine Holmes was the girls medalist.

BAYLOR PREVIEW RESULTS

BOYS TEAMS

596--Memphis University School (Hays Moreland 147, Goodman Rudolph 147, Ross Redmont 148, Mason Rudolph 154)

599--Farragut (Conner McKay 144, Tyler Johnson 150, Chip Thomas 152, Derek Mubarek 157)

601--Baylor (Oliver Simonsen 143, Chase Roswall 145, Gavin Roberson 157, Nic Vandeventer 147)

603--Dobbyns-Bennett (Eddie Karst 140, James Beckner 141, Willliam Nottinham 144, Tanner Holt 178)

605--Webb (Blake Smith 148, Grant Bodie 150, Turner South 152, Thomas Keaton 155)

617--Briarcrest (Jordon Botwick 151, Peyton Dix 152, Landon Cottrell 155, Cal Templeton 162)

621--Ensworth (Garrison Hogan 142, Brock Oscenreither 151, Ian McDonald 164, Marr Garside 164)

624--Montgomery Bell Academy (George Hite 152, Conner Downey 154, Ethan Freije 154, Conner Gray 164)

632--Father Ryan (Kevin Groogan 155, Griffin Bumpus 155, Donnelly Wolf 161, Nick Wolf 162)

653--McCallie (Evan Spence 152, Chris Burkhart 165, Ethan Dendy 168, Brady Jackson 168)

665--Signal Mountain (Jacob Bailey 157, Sullivan Baker 159, Tanner Jarvis 171, Charles Beasley 177)

INDIVIDUALS

139--Scott Stevens  (CCS*), Lake Johnson (CCS*)

156--Sam Marshall (Baylor)

157--Matt McKenney (Baylor)

158-- (Chance Thomas (Baylor)

GIRLS TEAM

294--Rossview (Hanley Long  (144), Reagan Greene (150)

303--Clarksville (Riley Cooper (152), Breanna Smith (157)

308--Baylor (Katherine Holmes (144**), Natalie Javadi (174)

312--Farragut (Elizabeth keeling (149,) Rachel McMahan (163)

324--Ensworth (Lindsay Miller (157), Corrine Parrish (167)

332--Signal Mountain (Bethaney Burns (159), Taylor Gardner (176)

338--GPS (Mary Manuel (167), Emily Blake 171)

INDIVIDUALS

189--Anna Beth Harris (CCS)

**medalist in playoff

*co medalist



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