Lewis County Herald - Serving Hohenwald, Lewis County Tennessee Since 1898

By Jason Fite
Contributing Writer 

LCHS Golf

 

August 18, 2022



The Lewis County High School Panther golf teams traveled to Clifton to play at Ross Creek Landing Golf Course and the Tennessee River Classic with teams from Adamsville, Bolivar, Hardin County, Hickman County, McNairy Central, Perry County, Riverside, Scotts Hill, Summertown, and Trinity Christian.

In boys’ play Trinity Christian came in first with a team score of 320, Bolivar finished second with a 331, Summertown was third at 345, McNairy Central was fourth with a 370, Hickman County fifth at 373, Hardin County sixth with a 383, Perry County seventh with a 392, Riverside eighth with a 394, Scotts Hill ninth at 401, Adamsville tenth with a 427, and Lewis County eleventh with a 462. Individual scores for Lewis County were Carter Webb with a 98, J.D. Wood 108, Braxton Clark 127, and Everett Bates 129.

In girls’ action Summertown White finished atop the leaderboard with a team total of 148, Trinity Christian was second at 151, Riverside third at 160, McNairy Central was fourth carding a 181, Summertown Blue was fifth at 182, Boliver sixth with a 202, Hardin County was seventh at 203, Adamsville finished eighth with a 217, Hickman County ninth at 218, Lewis County and Perry County tied at 236 and in tenth spot, and Scotts Hill came in at twelfth with a 273. Individual scores for Lewis County were Abby Carroll carding a 100 and Peyton James finishing the day with a 136.

 

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