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MHS Golf Teams each opened their 2018 campaign Monday, August 6, with sweeps over Clarksburg, Gleason and Huntingdon at Carroll Lake Golf Course. The Rebel Ladies were led by match medalist, Maggie …
MHS Golf Teams each opened their 2018 campaign Monday, August 6, with sweeps over Clarksburg, Gleason and Huntingdon at Carroll Lake Golf Course. The Rebel Ladies were led by match medalist, Maggie Glass, who shot a 39, followed closely by Julie French’s 40 to complete their team total of 79. The ladies defeated their closest opponent, Huntingdon by 28 strokes.
The Rebel men had a team score of 158 defeating their closest opponent, Huntingdon by 21 strokes. They were led by Johnathan Moore with a 38, Logan Green shot a 39, Nathan Nanney and Ben Austin with 40 and 41 respectively.
The Rebel teams hosted another home match on Tuesday, August 7, against Camden, Gleason and Milan at Carroll Lake Golf Course.
The Lady Rebels were led by Julie French’s 40 and Maggie Glass’s 43 for a team total of 83. They defeated Gleason but fell five strokes short of Milan. Camden does not field a ladies team. Whitley Smith and Olivia Wright improved their scores from the opening matches. The Lady Rebels are currently 4-1 on the young season.
The Rebels swept their three opponents defeating Milan by 33 strokes. Ben Austin was match medalist with an even par 35. Johnathan Moore shot his second straight 38 with Will McBride and Nathan Nanney both shooting 41 for a Rebel team total of 155. McKenzie remain unbeaten with a 6-0 record on the season.
McKenzie’s golf teams made their first road trip Thursday August 9 traveling to Paris Landing State Park golf course to face Henry County and Camden boys. Both teams came away with wins in a steady rain. The Lady Rebels defeated Henry County by 9 strokes. Match medalist Maggie Glass led the ladies with a 3 over par 40. Julie French followed shooting a 45 for a combined score of 85 for the Lady Rebels. They improve to 5-1 on the season.
The Rebel men remain unbeaten 8-0 with a 27 stroke win over Henry County and defeating Camden for the second time in a week. Ben Austin earned medalist honors shooting an even par 36. Johnathan Moore hit a 39 while Logan Green contributed a 42 and Will McBride shot a 47 for a team score of 164.