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Panthers win quad match

Published 1:27am Thursday, September 13, 2012

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PINE GROVE — The Chesapeake Panthers won a quad golf match Wednesday at the Ironton Country Club.

Nick Duffield was medalist with a 38 to lead the Panthers who had a 161 score. Coal Grove was second at 177 followed by Ironton at 201 and Rock Hill had a 234 total.

Seth Waggoner, Shayne Stevens and Drew Oxley all shot a 41 for Chesapeake while Eric Sias had a 46.

Brent Morgan had a 38 and Cody Davidson a 39 to lead the Hornets. Brandon Adkins shot a 48, Justin Mullens had a 52 and Tori Holmes a 59.

Jaylen Thornhill shot a 45 to lead Ironton. Travis Taylor and Cory Rawlings each carded a 50, Rhett Ball at 56 and Luke Diamond had a 58.

Aden Murnahan had a round of 55 to lead the Redmen. Logan Boggs and Logan Barcus each shot a 58, Gavin Boggs had a 63 and Zach Brown 68.

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