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CG golfers win quad match; Lady Hornets claim opener

Published 2:21am Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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PINE GROVE – The Coal Grove Hornets picked up three more victories with a golf quad match win on Monday at the Ironton Country Club.

Coal Grove posted a 170 scored while the Ironton Fighting Tigers had a season-best 194-team total. The South Point Pointers had a 206 as a team and the Rock Hill Redmen 261.

The Hornets’ Brent Morgan took medalist honors with a 34 score. Teammate Luke McGraw shot a 37 followed by Brandon Adkins with a 45. Tori Holmes and Ryan Malone each had a 54.

Jaylen Thornhill and Cory Rawlins each carded a 43 to lead the Fighting Tigers. Mitchell Weisgarber shot a 49, Mason Slagel a 59 and Chandler Dodson had a 61.

Madison Riley’s 47 was the low score for South Point. Kyle Goodson shot a 50, Barbara Colins 54, Shawn Wellman 55, Tyler Porter 60 and McKenzie Schweikart had a 70.

Rock Hill’s scores were all close. Logan Barcus finished with a 61, Logan Boggs 66, Gavin Boggs and Austin Barcus each had a 67 while Drew Brammer and Gabe Casey both shot a 69.

Lady Hornets win

COAL GROVE — The Coal Grove Lady Hornets opened the volleyball season with a straight sets win over the New Boston Lady Tigers on Monday.

The Lady Hornets took the match 25-22, 25-12 and 25-18.

Brooke Blakeman had 16 points and Kala Landers 12 to lead Coal Grove.

In the junior varsity match, Coal Grove won in straight sets 25-19, 25-10.

Katie Fields had 9 points and Briana Stumbo 7 to pace the Lady Hornets.

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