Hixson Boys In Third Place In A-AA Golf

  • Tuesday, October 1, 2002

The Hixson boys are in third place after day one on Tuesday of the 2002 Class A-AA Region Golf Team Champions.

Region Team Score
1 South Greene 329
2 Kingston 313
3 Hixson 326
4 Wayne County 313
5 Davidson Academy 324
6 Christ Presbyterian Academy 289 7A Haywood 324
7B University School of Jackson 298
8 Ridgeway 333

Region Team Score
1 University School Johnson City 182
2 Christian Academy of Knoxville 155
3 Meigs County 177
4 Perry County 194
5 Davidson Academy 152
6 Franklin Road Academy 151
7A Gleason 188
7B University School of Jackson 183
8 Treadwell 325

Greyson Painter shot a 36 on the front nine and a 34 on the back nine to give him a one-stroke lead after the first day of competition at Old Fort Golf Course in boys A-AA golf.

University School of Jackson's Robert Lents, Anderson County's Jon Fox, and Wes Williams of Christ Presbyterian Academy each shot a one-under 71 to finish one stroke behind Painter heading into the final day. The four will be the last boys group to tee off the number ten tee at 10:30 a.m.
Robert Lents combined with Bradley Pate's 72, Parks Williamson's 73, and Luke Fergoson's 77 to give University School of Jackson a team score of 293 and a nine-stroke lead over Christ Presbyterian Academy.

Wes Williams led CPA with his 71 and combined with teammates Clark Brewer, Robb Williams, and Campbell Brewer who shot 76, 76, and 79, respectively. Kingston finished day one with a team score of 307 to finish five strokes behind CPA and 14 behind USJ for the lead.

Bradley Pate of University School of Jackson, Mitch Brock of Marshall County, Jonathan Mount of Kingston, and Brent Long of Smith County each shot 72 to finish tied for fifth place, just two strokes off the lead.

Parks Williamson of University School of Jackson and Matthew Mincer of Christian Academy of Knoxville each shot a 73 to finish the first day tied for ninth.

Eighteen individuals had a score of 75 or better. Thirty-three players finished with a score below 80.

In girls' action, Rachel Ingram of University School of Johnson City shot a 35 on the front and back nine to take a one-stroke lead after the first day of competition at the Class A-AA state golf championship at Old Fort Golf Course. Ingram had three birdies and one bogie despite the wet conditions that were brought on by a one-hour rain delay early this morning. Her two-under par score is tied for the third best 18-hole individual score at the state tournament. Play was delayed for a little more than an hour this morning by rain.

Trailing directly behind Ingram is Seymour's Jennifer Davis and Creek Wood's Elizabeth Dotson, who each shot a 71 to finished tied for second place. Their scores of 71 are tied for the sixth best 18-hole individual score at the state tournament. Davis, a senior, entered the 2002 A-AA state golf championship as the defending champion. She also finished runner-up in 2000 as a freshman. She recently returned from the Junior Ryder Cup, which was held in Dublin, Ireland the week of the Ryder Cup. Dotson, a junior, finished fourth in last year's tournament and won the state championship in 2000 as a freshman. She previously attended David Lipscomb High School, but is attending Creek Wood, a new high school in Dickson County that opened this year.

Jamey Dillard's score of 73 combined with teammate Ginna Beazley's score of 75 to give Davidson Academy a seven-stroke lead in team competition. Their team score of 148 is the seventh best 18-hole team score in state tournament history. Dillard is three strokes behind the leader and in fourth place. Davidson Academy is vying for their seventh state title. It would tie them with Girls Preparatory School and Chattanooga Baylor for the most team titles in state history. They previously won six consecutive state titles from 1995-2000.

Anna Claire Daniels' score of 74 combined with teammate Mary A. Orr's 81 to give Christian Academy of Knoxville a team score of 155 to put them in second place and seven strokes behind Davidson Academy.

Rebekah Wilson of Donelson Christian Academy shot a 73 to finish tied with Jamey Dillard for fourth place heading into tomorrow's deciding competition. Audra Williams of Harpeth shot a 74 to put her in a tie for sixth place with CAK's Anna Claire Daniels. They are both four strokes behind the leader.

Boys Results

Team Scores

University School of Jackson 293, Christ Presbyterian Academy 302, Kingston 307, South Greene 323, Davidson Academy 323, Hixson 327, Wayne County 329, Haywood 339, Ridgeway 376.

Individual Scores

Greyson Painter, Smith County 36-34--70
Robert Lents, University School of Jackson 35-36--71
John Fox, Anderson County 36-35--71
Wes Williams, Christ Presbyterian Academy 35-36--71
Bradley Pate, University School of Jackson 37-35--72
Mitch Brock, Marshall County 36-36--72
Jonathan Mount, Kingston 35-37--72
Brent Long, Smith County 37-35--72
Parks Williamson, University School of Jackson 38-35--73
Matthew Mincer, Christian Academy of Knoxville 37-36--73
Pat Dye, Walker Valley 35-39--74
Chase Narramore, Kingston 36-38--74
Chris Babb, Lexington 36-38--74
Bradley Maness, Lexington 37-37--74
Josh Lawson, Hixson 39-36--75
Boddie Bible, South Greene 37-38--75
Justin Metzger, Lenoir City 36-39--75
Craig Smith, Davidson Academy 38-37--75
Robb Williams, Christ Presbyterian Academy 36-40--76
Benton Hart, Greenbrier 39-37--76
Wesley Stewart, Humboldt 38-38--76
Clark Brewer, Christ Presbyterian Academy 37-39--76
Shawn Talbert, Creek Wood 35-41--76
Luke Ferguson, University School of Jackson 39-38--77
Richie Weaver, Marshall County 36-41--77
Andy Beckam, Wayne County 39-39--78
Jake Scheffers, South Greene 39-39--78
Nick Palmer, Franklin Road Academy 35-43--78
Dustin Sullivan, Davidson Academy 36-43--79
Jake McClure, Hixson 40-39--79
Campbell Brewer, Christ Presbyterian Academy 37-42--79
Danny Calway-Fagen, Hume Fogg 38-41--79
David Vick, Gatlinburg Pittman 37-42--79
Justin Sitzlar, Kingston 42-38--80
Taylor Lewis, Boyd Buchanan 42-38--80
Brad Miller, Wayne County 39-41--80
Brandon Rohr, South Greene 39-42--81
Brandon Fergie, Haywood 41-40--81
Josh Walker, Kingston 38-43--81
Garrett Adams, South Fulton 40-41--81
Jeff Smith, Davidson Academy 39-43--82
Andrew Bouldin, Christ Presbyterian Academy 41-41--82
Dustin White, Happy Valley 40-42--82
Ryan Reese, Eagleville 39-43--82
Michael McEwen, Peabody 39-43--82
Andrew Guthrie, Sequoyah 40-42--82
James Morgan, University School of Jackson 43-39--82
Paul Apyan, Hixson 37-46--83
Shane Bourne, Middleton 39-44--83
Jospeh Butler, Haywood 47-38--85
Brenton Berlin, Wayne County 43-42--85
Jake Connerley, Haywood 43-43--86
Kit Rodgers, Ridgeway 42-44--86
Jon David Byrd, Wayne County 40-46--86
Chase Teeples, Davidson Academy 41-46--87
Hunter Garrett, Haywood 43-44--87
Landon Hardin, Kingston 43-45--88
James Pierce, South Greene 45-44--89
T.J. Gephart, Hixson 45-45--90
Lee Vandergriff, Hixson 43-50--93
T.J. Wilson, Sullivan North 43-50--93
Ben Taylor, Haywood 43-51--94
Jacob Samuels, Ridgeway 46-48--94
Christopher Lynch, Wayne County 46-50--96
Logan Williams, Ridgeway 48-48--96
Brock Johnson, South Greene 47-50--97
Paul Beshear, Davidson Academy 49-49--98
Zach Polascak, Ridgeway 51-49--100
Chris Henderson, Kingsbury 49-55--104
Mark Rogers, Westwood 53-55--108
Blake Toney, Ridgeway 56-52--108
Vince Ruark, Kingsbury 68-63--131

Girls Results

Team Scores

Davidson Academy 148, Christian Academy of Knoxville 155, Franklin Road Academy 162, University School of Jackson 177, University School Johnson City 178, Meigs County 190, Gleason 195, Perry County 201, Treadwell 338.

Individual Scores

Rachel Ingram, University School Johnson City 35-35--70
Jennifer Davis, Seymour 35-36--71
Elizabeth Dotson, Creek Wood 36-35--71
Jamey Dillard, Davidson Academy 38-35--73
Rebekah Wilson, Donelson Christian Academy 37-36--73
Anna Claire Daniels, Christian Academy of Knoxville 39-35--74
Audra Williams, Harpeth 38-36--74
Ginna Beazley, Davidson Academy 34-41--75
Mookie Janyasak, Franklin Road Academy 37-39--76
Natalie Edwards, University School of Jackson 39-38--77
Lauren Oeser, Davidson Academy 40-38--78
Mary A. Orr, Christian Academy of Knoxville 40-41--81
Kayla Garrison, Monterey 42-39--81
Autumn Nelson, Franklin Road Academy 42-44--86
Carla Hazelwood, Bolivar 40-46--86
Ashley Lance, Franklin Road Academy 42-45--87
Heather Arnold, Lenoir City 45-43--88
Christy Spurling, Meigs County 43-46--89
Monica Payne, Clarkrange 44-46--90
Megan Bradford, Jackson South Side 47-43--90
Jennifer Wakefield, Portland 43-47--90
Holly Turnbow, Perry County 48-43--91
Allison Malone, Claiborne County 45-46--91
Maegan Sullivan, Gleason 44-47--91
Anna Durham, Summertown 47-44--91
Jessie Strader, Kingston 47-44--91
Paij Lintz, Marshall County 47-44--91
Heather Doyle, Bolivar 43-50--93
Magan Barkley, Walker Valley 48-46--94
Leigh Beasley, Forrest 45-51--96
Angela Kauffman, Gatlinburg Pittman 48-48--96
Lori French, Dyer County 46-50--96
Charli Smith, Brighton 45-52--97
Amy Goble, Walker Valley 48-49--97
Erica Hudson, Ridgeway 52-48--100
Christie Freeman, University School of Jackson 49-51--100
Allison Burnette, Meigs County 48-53--101
Amanda Thompson, University School of Jackson 50-51--101
Caitlyn Hurt, Halls 51-50--101
Katie Spain, Gleason 50-54--104
Nikki Gammon, Sullivan Central 55-52--107
Candace Williams, University School Johnson City 61-47--108
Ellen Owen, Gleason 53-56--109
Rachel Barnette, Perry County 50-60--110
Amber Fawcett, Walker Valley 52-59--111
Ansley Smith, Perry County 53-63--116
Kawanda Noel, Mitchell 83-69--152
Jessica Jones, Treadwell 75-81--156
Ebony Howard, Carver 72-87--159
Crystal Hayes, Treadwell 77-105--182

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