EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTS 319 TO CAPTURE 19TH ANNUAL PLEASURE RIDGE PARK INVITATIONAL HELD AT SUN VALLEY GOLF COURSE
GRAYSON CO. SENIOR COLE MANION WINS INDIVIDUAL HONORS
Eastern High School's young squad captured the 19th Annual Pleasure Ridge Park (PRP) Invitational held at Sun Valley Golf Course in Louisville.
Team Champions Eastern High School
Team Runner-up Meade Co. High School
3rd Place Team South Oldham High School
The Eagles shot a team score of 319 to win by 10 shots over Meade Co. Leading the way for Eastern was freshman Gabe Ramirez, who fired a 5-over par 76. Ben Bryant, also a freshman, was next with a 6-over par 77 while freshman Josh Crabtree shot 79. Completing the scoring was senior Isaiah McMillen, who shot 87. Meade Co. High School finished runner-up with a 329 total as the Green Waves were lead by Colin Crump's 2-over par 73. Garrett Ammons was next for Meade Co. shooting a 5-over par 76. Zach Prather was next with an 89 while teammate Matt Beasley fired 91 to complete the scoring. South Oldham High School finished next in 3rd place and were lead by Cooper Gary who shot 78. Bullitt East High School finished next in 4th place with a 332 as the Chargers were lead by Zach Taylor's 6-over par 77. Warren East finished 5th with a team total of 334 and were lead by Christian Tooley, who fired a 3-over par 74. Grayson Co. was next in 6th place as the team shot 340. Cole Manion lead the team with a 1-under par 70. Holy Cross was next in 7th place with a team total of 349 as the Cougers were lead by Bryan Hendrick's 10-over par 81. East Jessamine High School finished in 8th place, shooting a team total of 351 and were lead by Ben Thompson, who shot 86.
Individual Champion Cole Manion of Grayson Co. High School
Individual Runner-up Colin Crump of Meade Co. High School
Individual 3rd Place finisher Christian Tooley of Warren East High School
Cole Manion of Grayson Co. was the only player in the field to shoot under par, a 1-under par 70 to defeat Colin Crump of Meade Co. by three shots. Christian Tooley of Warren East was next in 3rd place with a 3-over par74. Gabe Ramirez of Eastern and Garrett Ammons of Meade Co. tied for 4th place as both players shot 76. Zach Taylor of Bullitt East and Ben Bryant of Eastern fired 6-over par 77's to tie for 6th place. Cooper Gary of South Oldham finished alone in 8th place with a 7-over par 78. Josh Crabtree of Eastern and Brett Beckham of Warren East tied for 9th place with 79 while Sam Wilson of Bullitt East finished 11th with 80. Bryan Hendrick of Holy Cross and Brian Hunt of South Oldham both shot 81 to finish in a tie for 12th place. Dalton Blake of Butler and Will Moriarty of South Oldham finished in a tie for 14th place as both players shot 82. Mark Murphy Bullitt East was alone in 16th place with 83.
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JACKSON CO. HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR ZACH NORRIS SHOOTS 8-UNDER PAR 64 TO CAPTURE INDIVIDUAL TITLE AT THE MADISON CENTRAL INVITATIONAL HELD AT GIBSON BAY GOLF COURSE
ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTS 290 TO DEFEND TEAM TITLE
Zach Norris of Jackson Co. High School shot a tournament record 8-under par 64 to capture the individual title in the Madison Central Invitational held at Gibson Bay Golf Course in Richmond.
Madison Central Asst. Coach Frank Skipworth presents medalist Zach Norris of Jackson Co. with trophy
Norris, who is a junior, got it to 10-under par through 15 holes befored make bogies on two of his last three holes. He defeated senior Michael Sass of St. Xavier High School by four shots who played solid golf shooting a 4-under par 68. Senior Jacob Cook of Franklin Co. was next in 3rd place, shooting a 3-under par 69. Senior Jordan Adams finished alone in 4th place with a 1-under par 71. Robby Keyes, a junior at DuPont Manual High School, was 5th at even par. Six players tied for 6th place and included junior CJ Jones of Franklin Co., seniors Drew Kiehl and Billy Basham of St. Xavier, senior Seth Pulghager of Christian Academy, senior Nich Washle of Trinity and senior Spencer McKinney of Danville as all players shot 73. Senior Carter Skipworth of Madison Central, sophomore Zach Miller of Madison Central, junior Michael Blair of Trinity, senior Kyle Jeffers of North Laurel and freshman Cade Burdette of Rockcastle Co. finished in a tie for 12th place with 74. Senior Tanner Wilson of Lexington Christian Academy and Patrick Oakley of Ballard finished in 17th place with 3-over par 75's.
Team Champions St. Xavier High School
Team Runner-up Madison Central High School
In the Team Competition, the Tigers of St. Xavier High School shot a team total of 2-over par 290 to win by 10 shots over host Madison Central High School. Leading the way for St. X was senior Michael Sass, who fired a 4-under par 68. Seniors Drew Kiehl and Billy Basham were next for the Tigers shooting 1-over par 73's. Completing the scoring was senior Matt Liston who shot a 4-over par 76. The Indians of Madison Central shot a team total of 300 and were lead by senior Jordan Adams, who shot a 1-under par 71. Senior Carter Skipworth and sophomore Zach Miller were next with 2-over par 74's and completing the scoring for the Indians was sophomore Tyler Crafton, who shot a 9-over par 81. Franklin Co. High School was next in 3rd place as the Flyers were lead by Jacob Cook's 3-under par 69. The Shamrocks of Trinity High School were next in 4th place, shooting a team total of 308 and were lead by senior Nick Washle's 1-over par 73. Lexington Christian Academy finished in 5th place shooting a team total of 309 as the Eagles were lead by senior Tanner Wilson's 3-over par 75. Christian Academy of Louisville was next in 6th place with a team score of 310 as the Centurions were lead by senior Seth Pulphager, who fired a 1-over par 73. Jackson Co. High School finished 7th at 314 as junior Zach Norris shot an 8-under par 64 while North Oldham was next in 8th place with 317. North Oldham was lead by junior Zach Whiteman's 6-over par 78. Taylor Co. High School finished in 9th place at 318 as the Cardinals top scorer was freshman Cooper Parks, who shot 77. Ballard High School finished 10th with a team score of 320 as the Bruins were lead by senior Patrick Oakley's 3-over par 75.
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ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL'S GREEN TEAM DEFENDS TITLE TO WIN THE CLASSIC INVITATIONAL BY 12 SHOTS AT KEARNEY HILL GOLF LINKS
St. Xavier High School's "Green" team shot a team score of 1-under par 287 to capture The Classic Invitational hosted by Paul Dunbar High School which was held at Kearney Hill Golf Links in Lexington.
Coach Dan Utley and the winning St. Xavier High School Team
Team Runner-up Greenwood High School and coach Mike Newton
The Tigers, whose top five are all seniors, were lead by Matt Liston's 4-under par 68. The University of Kentucky signee had five birdies to go with only one bogey in his round. Michael Sass, who has committed to the College of Charlston, was next for the Tigers with a 1-under par 71. Allen Hamilton, who, along with Liston has committed to the Wildcats, was next with a 1-over par 73 while Billy Basham completed the scoring for St. X with a 3-over par 75. Basham has not committed but is being recruited by many division I schools. Finishing in 2nd place were the Gators of Greenwood High School with a team score of 299. Canon Claycomb, who is only in the 8th grade and one of the top junior in the Commonwealth, fired a 1-under par 71 to lead the team while Nick Newton was next with 74. Triston Wheeler and Dawson Crump completed the scoring for the Gators as both players shot 77. St. Xavier High School's "Gold" team finished 3rd with a team total of 306. The Tigers were lead by junior Clay Amlung's 3-over par 75. Christian Academy of Louisville was next in 4th place as the Centurions were lead by junior Hayden Zimmerer's 2-over par 74. Two teams tied for 5th place as Mason Co. and Union Co. High Schools shot team totals of 314. The Royals of Mason Co. were lead by senior Tyler Lippert who fired a 1-under par 71 while the Braves of Union Co. were lead by Rhett Cartwell's 1-under par 71. Henry Clay High School finished in 7th place, shooting 315 as the Blue Devils were lead by senior Ben Turner, who shot 73. Elizabethtown High School and Madison Central High School both shot team totals of 316 to tie for 8th place. The Panthers were lead by Spencer Jury who recorded a 5-over par 77 while the Indians were lead by Zach Miller's 4-over par 76.
Individual Champion Matt Liston of St. Xavier High School
Runner Up Zach Norris of Jackson Co. High School
3rd place individual Spencer McKinney of Danville High School
4th place individual Chase Landrum of Glasgow High School
Matt Liston of St. Xavier won the individual title, shooting a 4-under par 68 and defeated a trio of players, junior Zach Norris of Jackson Co., senior Spencer McKinney of Danville and junior Chase Landrum of Glasgow as all three players shot 2-under par 70's. Four players tied for 5th place and included senior Tyler Lippert of Mason Co., 8th grader Canon Claycomb of Greenwood, seniors Michael Sass of St. Xavier and Rhett Cardwell of Union Co. They each posted a 1-under par 71. Senior Kyle Jeffers of North Laurel High School was alone in 9th place with an even par 72. Seniors Ben Turner of Henry Clay and Allen Hamilton of St. Xavier were next in 11th place with 1-over par 73's. Senior Erik Edwards of Male High, junior CJ Jones of Franklin Co., senior Nick Newton of Greenwood, junior Hayden Zimmerer of Christian Academy of Louisville and senior Jackson Berryman of Bowling Green tied for 12th place at 74. Four players tied for 17th place shooting 75.
5th place individual Tyler Lippert of Mason Co. High School
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TAYLOR CO. HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTS 315 TO CAPTURE COMMODORE CLASSIC HELD AT TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
FRESHMAN COOPER PARKS WINS INDIVIDUAL TITLE IN A PLAYOFF
The Cardinals of Taylor Co. High School shot a team total of 315 to defeat Wayne Co. High School and capture the 2015 Commodore Classic hosted by Tates Creek High School and held at Tates Creek Golf Course in Lexington.
Team Champions Taylor Co. High School with KJGF Official Marty Storch
Leading the way for Taylor Co. was freshman Cooper Parks, who fired a 2-over par 74 as the Cardinals won the team competition by three shots. Freshman Jake Kehoe recorded a 4-over par 76 while sophomore Clay Barnett was next for the Cardinals with an 81. Senior McKinley Knopp completed the scoring, shooting an 84. The Cardinals of Wayne Co. was lead byIsaac Dick's 4-over par 76 while Trey Blevins was next with a 6-over par 78. Corbin Kirksey was next for the Cardinals with an 8-over par 80 while Reese Sexton completed the scoring with a 12-over par 84. Bourbon Co. High School finished in 3rd place as the Colonels were lead by Jacob Ingram's 5-over par 77. Oldham Co. High School was next in 4th place at 321 as Michael Brown lead the team with a 5-over par 77. South Warren High School finished alone in 5th place, shooting a team score of 322 and were lead by CM Nixon's 7-over par 79. Host Tates Creek High School finished in 6th place at 325 as the Commodores were lead by Bryce Smith, who fired a 5-over par 77. Pikeville High School finsihed 7th with a team total 330 as the Panthers were lead by Noah Thornberry's 5-over par 77. In 8th place were the Tomcats of Ashland Blazer High School, who shot a team score of 332 as Harrison Hall lead the team with 4-over par 76.
Tates Creek HS head coach Michelle Smith and KJGF Official Marty Storch presents Individual Champion Cooper Parks of Taylor Co. with trophy
Head Coach of Tates Creek HS Michelle and KJGF Official Marty Storch present Jacob Harris with Individual Runner-Up trophy
Head Coach of Tates Creek HS Michelle Smith and KJGF Official Marty Storch present Jordan Morgan of Anderson Co. with 3rd place trophy
Taylor Co.'s Cooper Parks and Male High's Jacob Harris went into a sudden death playoff as both players shot 74. After both players made par on the first playoff hole, Parks won the individual title with a bogey on the next hole. Finishing in a tie for 3rd place was Jordan Morgan of Anderson Co. and Camerson Dawsom of LaRue Co. as both players shot 75. Five players tied for 5th place - Mark Richter of Highlands, Jake Kehoe of Taylor Co., Harrison Hall of Ashland Blazer, Isaac Dick of Wayne Co. and Jack Bergstrom of Sayre - as all five players posted 4-over par 76's. Seven players were next in 10th place and included Jacob Ingram of Bourbon Co., Noah Thornberry of Pikeville, Michael Brown of Oldham Co., Austin Rankin of Bourbon Co., Josh Tingle of Butler, Bryce Smith of Tates Creek and Tate Justus of Ashland Blazer with 77. Brennen Walton of Mercer Co. and Trey Blevins of Wayne Co. were next with 78.
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ALLEN HAMILTON & ERIN ROWLAND CAPTURE TITLES IN 22ND MUSSELMAN-DUNNE GOLF TOUR CHAMIONSHIP AT BIG SPRING COUNTRY CLUB
Allen Hamilton of Louisville shot an even par 70 and Erin Rowland of Louisville fired a 4-over par 74 to capture their respective Championship Division in the Musselman-Dunne Golf Tour (MDGT) Championship held at Big Spring Country Club in Louisville.
Allen Hamilton and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Hamilton, who will be a senior at St. Xavier High School, beat Trinity High School graduate James Inman of Louisville by one shot. Inman fired a 1-over par 71 in his final junior event before heading to Bellarmine University this Fall. Drew Keihl of Louisville and a teammate of Hamilton, shot a 2-over par 72 to finish third. Cameron Clark of Louisville and Zach Taylor of Mt. Washington were next in fourth place as both players shot 75. Justin Baker of Lexington finished alone in sixth place, shooting a 6-over par 76. Five players tied for seventh place and included Scott Wright, Jay Kirchdorfer and Jack Berger of Louisville, Billy Cason of Owensboro and Ethan Breeden of Cox's Creek as all five players shot 77. Cody French of Cox's Creek, Will Molen of Frankfort, Chase Wathen and Billy Basham of Louisville all finished in a tie for 12th place shooting 78.
Erin Rowland and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Rowland, who will be a sophomore at Sacred Heart Academy, won by seven shots over teammate Morgan Tinsley of Louisville. Tinsley fired a 9-over par 81. Sara Bidarian of Lexington and Charlotte Seaton of Sellersburg, IN tied for third place as both players shot 83. Kylie Lysack of Georgetown was next in fifth place shooting 87 while Claire Watts of Shelbyville finished in sixth place.
Michael Murphy and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Caroline McDonald and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Michale Murphy of Shepherdsville won the College Men's Diviison, shooting an 8-over par 78 to defeat Matthew Wilhite of Lousiville. Caroline McDonald of Danville capture the College Women's Division, shooting 84 to win by three shots over Taylor Thompson of Danville.
Cooper Parks and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Cooper Parks of Campbellsville captured the Boys 15-16 division by making a par on the second hole of a sudden death playoff to defeat Zach Whiteman of Prospect. Both players shot 3-over par 73's and were three shots clear of third place finisher Justin Culver of New Haven who shot 76. Kyle Davis of Prospect and Noah Coy of Louisville were next in fourth place, shooting 81 while Shawn DeWeese of Louisville finished alone in sixth place with an 82.
Allan Lockwood and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Allan Lockwood of Elizabethtown recorded the day's low round, shooting a 1-under par 69 to win the Boys 13-14 Division by three shots over Ben Bryant of Louisville. Bryant's 72 was one shot better than Daniel Love of Owensboro who fired a 3-over par 73 to finish third. Jansen Presten of Louisville was next in fourth place, shooting a 4-over par 74 while Hudson Hummel of Louisville finished fifth with a 5-over par 75. Jake Kehoe of Campbellsville finished in sixth place with a 7-over par 77. Miles Parroco of Prospect and Campbell Kremer of Louisville tied for seventh place with 78's.
Alexa Wilson and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Alexa Wilson of Corydon, IN fired an 87 to win the Girls 16-18 Division by five shots over Paige Stamper of Richmond and Lilly Davis of Louisville. Lauren Saltsman of Rineyville finished another shot back in fourth place with 93.
Madison Smith and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Madison Smith of Union captured the Girls 14-15 Division, shooting an 8-over par 78 to defeat Molly Bebelaar of Louisville by two shots. Shelby Darnell of Madisonville was next in third place, shooting an 11-over par 81 while Lucy Suo of Louisville was next in fourth place with an 82. Caroline Washle of Louisville finished in fifth place.
Jason Wang and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Jason Wang of Lexington won the Boys 11-12 Division, shooting an even par 35 to win by two shots over Jack Thomas of Louisville. Thomas fired a 2-over par 37 to finished in second place, one shot ahead of Carter Smith of Sellersburg, IN. Cayden Pope of Lexington and Luke Coyle of Campbellsville were next in fourth place with 4-over par 39's while Cooper Eberle of Richmond finished in sixth place with 40. Drew Wallace of LaGrange, Matthew Troutman of Louisville and Rylan Wotherspoon of Florence tied for seventh place with 41.
Michael Long of Shelbyville shot a 3-over par 38 to win the boys 10 & Under Division over Lucas Bischoff of Jeffersontown. Bischoff shot 45 to finished runner-up, two shot ahead of Micah Sheffer of Brownstown, IN and Drew Tinsley of Louisville.
Jackie Steier and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Jackie Steier of Louisville won the Girls 11-13 Division, shooting 43 to win by five shots over Gracie Elliott of Louisville. Chloe Estravillo of Mt. Washington finished in third place shooting 55.
Amy Suo and Tom Musselman, Sr.
Amy Suo of Louisville captured the Girls 10 & Under Division, shooting a 13-over par 48 to edge Jenna Estravillo of Mt. Washington by one shot.
The MDGT would like to thank Head PGA Professional Gary Bebelaar, PGA General Manager Kelly Maxwell, Superintendent Bob Rogers and their entire staffs for making the MDGT Championship a huge success!!!
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