TSWA Announces All-State Golf Teams

Locals Xoinis, McKnight, Wood, Shamblin Earn Recognition

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

The Tennessee Sports Writers Association announced all-state teams in golf for all classes on Saturday for the 2019 season. Results from the TSSAA state championships determine all-state honors in golf by the TSWA.

Boys Golf
Division II-A

Patton Samuels, Clarksville Academy
Will Rieck, Battle Ground Academy
Kaleb Wilson, Christian Academy of Knoxville
Reece Britt, Webb School of Knoxville
Conner Brown, The Webb School

Division II-AA
Jaron Leasure, Montgomery Bell Academy
Jonathan Xoinis, Chattanooga Christian
Bradford Cummins, Montgomery Bell Academy
Sheldon McKnight, Baylor School
Julian Maxwell, Ensworth School

Small Class
Evan Woosley-Reed, Cascade
Aidan Collier, North Greene
Braedon Wear, Alcoa
Foster Wood, Signal Mountain
Cayden Chambers, Waverly

Large Class
Jaden Zimmer, Crockett County
Jon Wes Lovelace, Volunteer
Jack Tickle, Tennessee
Jackson Wilcox, Franklin
Tarun Hoskere, Science Hill

Girls Golf
Division II-A

Tzunami Polito, Franklin Road Academy
Emily Wilson, Franklin Road Academy
Margaret Porter, Evangelical Christian
Ella Cress, Northpoint Christian
Carla Kay Hickam, Northpoint Christian

Division II-AA
Rachel Heck, St.

Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
Kennedy Noe, Knoxville Catholic
Kyndall Shamblin, Baylor School
Anna Heck, St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School
Annabel Frist, Ensworth School

Small Class
Sophie Linder, Gordonsville
Karlie Campbell, Summertown
Kaley Campbell, Summertown
Maggie Glass, McKenzie
Lanie Campbell, Summertown

Large Class
Lynn Lim, Station Camp
Kendall Maynard, Clarksville
Shelly Jang, Ravenwood
Lexanne Halama, Farragut
Madeline Simcox, Tennessee
Isabella Van der Biest, Dobyns Bennett


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