Golf team wins inaugural CCHS 2018 Girls Open
By Andy Southard | August 20, 2018 9:15 am
The White County High School Warriorettes Golf team traveled down to Druid Hills Golf Course in Crossville on Thursday afternoon.
The Warriorettes would come away with a first-place finish, winning the tournament by one stroke. The Warriorettes’ Makenzie Morton would also win the individual portion of the tournament. She would have to go to a playoff with Cumberland County’s Kelsey Neely, but Morton would pull out the win.
The Warriorettes won the tournament, with a team score of 181. Morton led the Warriorettes with an 87. Morgan Quick would finish her round with a 94. Ansley Phifer would also play and shoot a 99.
The Warriorettes would have another team in the tournament made up of Addi Selby, Maria Templeton, and McKenna Young. Selby shot a 110, Templeton finished with a 112, and Young rounded out the scoring with a 123.
Other teams in the tournament were, Bradley Central (192), Cumberland County (205), Cookeville (182), Livingston Academy (201), Walker Valley (213), and Soddy-Daisy (196).