Golf team nets a pair of top five in tournament
by Andy Southard | August 10, 2018 8:41 am
The White County High School Warriors and Warriorettes hit the links again, on Monday morning, when they took part in the Early Bird Tournament, at the Golden Eagle Golf Club, in Cookeville.
Both teams were able to finish in the top five of the tournament. The Warriors finished the tournament in fifth place, and the Warriorettes came away with a fourth-place finish.
The Warriorettes finished the tournament with a total score of 170. Makenzie Morton led the way again for the Warriorettes, finishing her round with a 79. Ansley Phifer would end with a 91, and Morgan Quick would also play in the tournament and finish with a 96.
Cleveland High School would come away with the win in the tournament, finishing with a score of 161. Both Cookeville and Bradley Central high schools would finish in second place, with both teams coming away with a score of 168. Tullahoma (171), Walker Valley (192), Upperman (178), and Livingston Academy (208) would all take part in the tournament.
On the boys’ side of the tournament, the Warriors would come away with a fifth-place finish in the tournament with a team score of 323. Sophomore Jarrett Glass, who finished his round with a score of 76, would lead the Warriors. Jeremiah Gardenhire would tally a score of 80, and Tyson Welch would shoot an 81. Trey Crockett would round out the scoring with a final score of 86.
Cookeville High School would come away with the win in the tournament, shooting a team score of 295. Also finishing ahead of the Warriors was Bradley Central (319), Tullahoma (302), and Coffee County (302). The other teams in the tournament were Cookeville second team (357), Cumberland County (328), Cleveland (336), McMinn County (348), Upperman (346), Stone Memorial (359), DeKalb County (360), Walker Valley (344), Livingston Academy (368), and Rhea County (363).