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Teams show plenty of improvement as Hornets win match

Published 2:54am Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

PINE GROVE — The same five teams who hooked up last week met again on Monday and each team showed improvement.

In a five-team golf match at the Ironton Country Club, the Coal Grove Hornets used a sizzling round of 35 by Brent Morgan to win the match with a 163 team score.

The Ironton Fighting Tigers posted a 177 score followed by the Rock Hill Redmen who had a 199 score.

South Point was next with a 209 and the St. Joseph Flyers shot a 234.

Besides Morgan, Brandon Adkins shot a 42 for the Hornets while Tori Holmes and Chase McKnight each had a 43. Trevor Deere and Ryan Malone both had a 45.

Chandler Dodson fired a 42 and Cory Rawlins a 43 to lead the Fighting Tigers. Jaylen Thornhill shot a 45, Mitchell Weisgarber carded a 47, Mason Slagel had a 49 and Trevor Hacker shot 59.

Logan Reed’s 40 led Rock Hill while Jason Haywood shot a 47. Logan Barcus was next with a 54, Austin Barcus was four shots back at 58, and Drew Brammer and Chase Nelson each had a 65.

Eddie Chinn had a 50, Madison Riley 51 and Beau Taylor 52 to pace the Pointers. Barbara Collins shot a 56, Logan Wade 57 and Mackenzie Evans-Schweickart had a 69.

The Flyers were led by James Carter who carded a 47. Bryson Adkins was a shot back at 48, Kaitlin Thompson had a 61, Ben McDonald shot 68 and Eli Lutz had a 70.

Ironton plays at the Portsmouth Elks on Tuesday.

and hosts Chesapeake, Coal Grove, Rock Hill and St. Joseph at 4 p.m. on Wednesday.

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