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Junior Quincy Hogan qualified for state tournament after her 82-stroke performance at the All “A” Classic Regional golf tournament. The girls’ team finished third overall, while the boys finished in fourth place in their respective fields.
The girls’ team finished behind Williamstown and Owen County, shooting a 436 as a team.
“Our girls experienced their first tourney atmosphere, which is nerve racking in itself,” Head Coach Jay Jones said. “ … The girls are working hard, and it is starting to show signs of paying off.”
Behind Quincy, senior Angel Rabago shot a 105, followed by seventh grader Elisha Rabago, 120, and freshman Hannah McMahan with 127.
The boys’ team finished in fourth place out of six teams, shooting a 382, at the 2010 All “A” Classic Regional golf tournament Thursday. While the team finished in the same place as last year, the scores were slightly lower, Head Coach Warren McEuen said.
“We’ve made some improvements, but we still have a long way to go,” he said.
McEuen said his team is more consistent but needs to work on lowering their scores and on the mental aspects of the game.
Sophomores Kyle Supplee and Zack Beckham led the team, shooting 94. McEuen pointed out that this was the first 18-hole competition for Beckham.
Junior Jacob Meadows shot a 96, followed by sophomores Brady Hill and Nick Abbott who both shot 98.