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Hornets win golf opener

Published 2:21am Friday, August 8, 2014

Jim Walker


PINE GROVE — The Coal Grove Hornets not only teed off a new golf season, they teed off on the competition.

Coal Grove finished with a 169 team score to win the five-team match Wednesday.

The Ironton Fighting Tigers were next at 201 followed by the St. Joseph Flyers with a 240, the Rock Hill Redmen at 243 and the South Point Pointers had a 245 total.

Brent Morgan — an All-Ohio golfer last season in Division III — led the Hornets as he took medalist honors with a 38.

Trevor Deere shot a 40, Tori Holmes had a 45 and Chase McKnight finished with a 46.

Jaylen Thornhill led Ironton with a 40. Cory Rawlins carded a 47, Chandler Dodson was one shot back at 48 and Trevor Hacker shot a 56.

Bryson Adkins’ 49 led St. Joseph followed by James Carter with a 60, Kaitlin Thompson 63 and Ryan Scaife had 68.

Rock Hill was led by Logan Reed with a 45. Jason Haywood shot a 59, Andrew Brammer had a 69 and Chase Nelson a 70.

South Point was paced by Eddie Chin with a 56 and Barbara Collins was a shot back at 57. Logan Wade had a 64 and McKenzie Evan-Schweikart 68.

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