Archived Story

Ironton golfers win tri-match

Published 2:55am Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Jim Walker


PINE GROVE — The young Ironton Fighting Tigers’ golf team showed a few signs of maturity.

The Fighting Tigers posted a 180 team score — their best of the year by 14 strokes — as they won a tri-match against the Rock Hill Redmen and Portsmouth Clay Panthers on Monday at the Ironton Country Club.

Jaylen Thornhill claimed medalist honors as he carded a 37.

Cory Rawlins had a solid round with a 44 and Mitchell Weisgarber was just three shots back at 47.

Mason Slagel was next with a 52 followed by Trevin Dutey with a 64 and Chandler Dodson 70.

Clay’s team total was 182. Connor Phipps and Isaac Hines each had a 45 while Isaac Moore and Aaron Phipps both shot a 46 followed by Taylor Swayne with a 49 and Zack Phillips 50.

Logan Barcus led Rock Hill (247 team total) with a 50 and Austin Barcus shot a 65.

Logan Boggs and Gavin Boggs each shot a 66 while Andrew Brammer carded a 70.

On Saturday, Ironton lost a duel match against the North Adams Green Dragons, 180 to 206.

Thornhill had another good day as he took medalist honors with a 41.

Weisgarber shot a 48, Slagel a 52, Hailee Haas 65 and Trevor Hacker had a 66.

For North Adams, Hank Sparks shot a 43, Patrick England 44, Blake Bradley 46, Devin Gardner 47 and Braxton McFarland 55.

The Tribune believes it is possible for people with a variety of points of view to discuss issues in a civil manner and will remove comments that, in our opinion, foster incivility. We want to encourage an open exchange of information and ideas. Responsibility for what is posted or contributed to this site is the sole responsibility of each user. By contributing to this website, you agree not to post any defamatory, abusive, harassing, obscene, sexual, threatening or illegal material, or any other material that infringes on the ability of others to enjoy this site, or that infringes on the rights of others. Any user who feels that a contribution to this website is a violation of these terms of use is encouraged to email, or click the "report comment" link that is on all comments. We reserve the right to remove messages that violate these terms of use and we will make every effort to do so — within a reasonable time frame — if we determine that removal is necessary.

Editor's Picks

Chris Smith honored for work in recycling

This year’s Kudos for Caring award from the Lawrence-Scioto Solid Waste Management District went to Chris Smith of South Point. “Each year we recognize an ... Read more