Golf: Dal­ton girls win Her­itage Girls’ In­vi­ta­tional

The Catoosa County News - - WORSHIP DIRECTORY - By Robert Mago­bet

A team score of 299 wasn’t good enough for the host team to win the Her­itage Lady Gen­eral In­vi­ta­tional at the Nob North Golf Course last Tues­day.

The Dal­ton Lady Cata­mounts, led by low medal­ist Kate­lynn Sk­if­fen’s 77, won the tour­na­ment with a 246. Cal­houn (257) fin­ished as tour­na­ment run­ner-up as they got an 80 from Kate Mash­burn. Gor­don Lee (271) was third, fol­lowed by Her­itage.

LaFayette (305) was fifth, while North­west Whit­field (312), Cartersville (327), Gor­don Cen­tral (343) and Gilmer (345) rounded out the team scores.

Brooke Barnes was the low scorer for the Lady Gen­er­als with a 95, fol­lowed by Caro­line Bent­ley’s 100 and Car­son Nixon’s 104. Also play­ing for Her­itage were Katie Proc­tor (109) and Traevin Pen­land (111).

Gor­don Lee claims Five-Star In­vi­ta­tional

Justin Hick­man carded a 73 and Tucker Wind­ham added a 76 to help lead the Tro­jans to a three-shot vic­tory in the Her­itage boys’ Five-Star In­vi­ta­tional at Nob North this past Thurs­day.

Gor­don Lee edged out North­west Whit­field (313) for the ti­tle, while the LaFayette ju­nior var­sity squad shot a 325 to place third.

Chris­tian Her­itage (329) was fourth, fol­lowed by South­east Whit­field (332), Cartersville (350) and Her­itage (356).

Lo­gan Self had a 79 for the Gen­er­als, fol­lowed by Pa­trick Redman (89), Matthew Redman (90) and Trevor Bada­cour (98). Sam Wil­liams (113) and Luke Bussey (119) also teed it up for the host school.

South­east’s Matthew Cleary took low medal­ist hon­ors. Cleary shot a 73 and beat Hick­man in a scorecard play­off.

Dal­ton edges Ring­gold at Wind­stone

Gavin No­ble shot a 35 on Thurs­day—in­clud­ing a 15foot birdie on his last hole— help­ing the Ring­gold Tigers to a team score of 175 in nine holes at Wind­stone.

Har­ri­son Haupt added a 45 for the Blue-and-White, fol­lowed by a 47 from Jerin Mor­gan and a 48 from Luke Har­vey.

Dal­ton was three strokes bet­ter at 172, get­ting a 41 from Miller Lovin­good, a 43 from Jack­son Sim­mons and a 44 from both Chris­tian Lama and Alex Kerr.

Ring­gold was slated to play both North Mur­ray and Coahulla Creek on Mon­day at In­dian Trace, but due to news­pa­per dead­lines, re­sults were not avail­able as of press time.

The Tigers and Lady Tigers are also sched­uled to play at Wind­stone on Thurs­day against Cal­houn.

The Class AAA Area Tour­na­ment will be at Field’s Ferry in Cal­houn on May 4.

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