Signal Mountain Boys Win State Small Class Golf Championship

Sale creek Girls Finish Third

Thursday, October 10, 2019
 
Signal Mountain won the TSSAA Small Class Boys’ State Golf Championship Wednesday at Manchester’s Willowbrook Golf Club, while the Sale Creek girls finished third.
 
The Eagles shot a 19 over par two round total of 595 (297, 298) to best second place Kingston by 67 strokes and third place North Greene by 94 strokes.
 
Foster Wood led the way with a two day total of 147, which tied him for fourth individually. Ben Seay tied for sixth with a 148 stroke count.
 
Sale Creek’s ladies were 41 strokes off the first place pace of Summertown and only one stroke behind second place Adamsville.
 
The Lady Panthers were paced by Ashley Holland’s 159, which tied her for sixth place individual honors.
 
Signal Mountain boys: 297-298 – 595 (+19)
Foster Wood: 71, 76-147; Ben Seay: 78, 70 – 148; Beck Lewis: 72, 77 – 149; Benjamin Burns: 78, 76 – 152; Carson Johnson: 76.
 
Sale Creek girls: 168-173 – 341 (+53)
Ashley Holland: 82, 77 – 159; Carly Weatherill: 86, 96 – 182; Denver Celendenen: 108, 110 – 218.

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