Play concluded on Tuesday, May 21. When the dust settled, seven local girls programs finished top-10 at state, while three boys teams did the same. White County and Commerce girls both came in 3rd overall. The top individual was White County’s Catie Craig, who finished as the 4A State Runner-Up by one stroke.
GIRLS – Chelsea Lewallen carded a 222 overall (114 & 108) to placed 34th individually.
GIRLS – The Commerce girls came in 3rd overall, one stroke back from second place. Cameron Ford (3rd) was the team low medalist with a 152, while Kristin Tash (5th) and McKenzie McRee (11th) had great performances as well.
BOYS – The Tigers came in 7th overall. Jeremy Davis (11th) & Henry Sharpton (15th) led the way.
GIRLS – The Lady Tigers came in 10th among a really good 3A field. Kenzie Smith led the way with a 12th place finish.
BOYS – Will Howard was the lone rep, and carded an 84 in the first round. His second round score was not reported.
BOYS – Smith Caudell shot a 155 (79/76), finishing 37th overall.
GIRLS – Jefferson came in 8th overall, and were led by Ellie Kinlaw’s 24th place finish and Mikayla Simonton’s 25th place finish.
BOYS – The Dragons finished 8th in 3A, led by Douglas Holloway’s 29th place finish individually. Blake Thompson came in 35th.
GIRLS – Ashlyn Burch finished 12th overall to represent Lumpkin.
GIRLS – Journey Quilliams finished 10th individually with a 178, leading the Lady Cats to an 8th-place team finish.
BOYS – The Cats came in 11th place. John Has carded a 163 to come in 26th, while Garrett Horton finished 30th overall.
GIRLS – The Lady Indians finished 9th, led by Abby Akin’s 168 (22nd) and Katie Grace Randall’s 191 (36th).
BOYS – Luke Ramsey (159) and Zack Knell (165) finished 46th and 62nd, respectively as individuals for Stephens.
GIRLS – The TFS girls came in 4th overall as a team, led by Maggie Jackson’s 6th place and Brison Hall’s 7th place individual finishes.
BOYS – The Indians came in at 6th as a team. Kyler Garrett (18th), Nick Sisco (20th), and Will Travis (36th) were the top finishers individually.
GIRLS – The girls finished 12th overall, led by Carson Chambers’ 30th-place finish. Kait McCarter came in 34th as well.
GIRLS – The Lady Warriors finished 3rd among a tight 4A field! Catie Craig tied for the low second round of the tournament with a 70, and she also finished as the State Runner-Up with a two-day total of 148, one shy of low medalist honors. Caroline Craig came in 19th, while Erin Dorsey was 24th and Grace Jones 11th.
BOYS – Jacob Adams (37th) shot a 163 over two days to place 37th individually.