Boyd-Buchanan Sweeps DII-AA District Golf Championships

Silverdale, Notre Dame Boys Also Qualify For Region

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Boyd-Buchanan won both the boys and girls Division II district golf championships Tuesday and will advance to the region tournament in Knoxville on September 23rd.

Silverdale and Notre Dame took the number two and three spots in the boys tournament.

The top boys scores were carded by Boyd-Buchanan’s Gavin Greeson (72) while Silverdale’s Grant Rice, Collegedale’s Morgan Baldwin and Notre Dame’s Pierre Westhoff all holed out with a 78. The Bucs’ JK Walters finished with a 79.

On the ladies’ side Isha Desai of Collegedale came in with a top score of 84. In second and third were Boyd-Buchanan’s MacKenzie savage and and Hannah massey with a 95 and 99, respectively.

The top five finishers not on a team also qualify for region.

TEAM RESULTS:

Boys

1.       Boyd-Buchanan (322): Gavin Greeson (72), JK Walters (70), Andrian Oyler (82), Ty Hampton (89), Ethan Pirtle (99).

2.       Silverdale (343): Grant Rice (78), Drew Rogers (83), Nathan Fisk (90), Ty Dearing (92), Logan taylor (97).

3.       Notre Dame (347): Pierre Westhoff (78), Ryan Eiselstein (84), Matthew Richardson (86), C.J. Petrin (99), Weston frog (118).

Girls

1.       Boyd-Buchanan (194): MacKenzie Savage (95), Hannah Massey (99), Madison Keeble (129).

Top Non-Team Qualifiers:

Boys: Morgan Baldwin (Collegedale Academy), Tyler Rodgers, Robert Graham, Nathan King, and Luca Maide (St. Andrews Sewanee).

Girls: Isha Desai (Collegedale Academy), Sarah Cate Richardson (Notre Dame).


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