Golf State Championship Results – Final

The GHSA State Tournaments were held on Monday and Tuesday. Here are the official results.


Cameron Ford came in 4th place individually, while Kristin Tash sat in 8th to help lead the Lady Tigers to a Runner-Up spot! For the boys, it was Henry Sharpton (12th) who led the Tigers to a 6th place overall finish.


The Tigers finished 3rd overall for an incredible finish. Andrew Hughes was 9th, Alex Hughes 12th and Will Howard 20th.


Habersham Central’s girls were in 9th after one day, with Selah Anderson at 21st to lead the way. By the closing, the girls moved up into 8th, and Anderson paced the team with a 19th-place individual finish. The Raiders were represented by Charles Daniel, who carded an 85 and 80 to finish tied for 52nd.


Jefferson’s boys finished 7th among a tough field. Micah Webb was 3rd individually heading into the final round, and finished 11th. Jameson Wall was 15th and Tanner Bronnum 27th. The girls were represented by Shamiya Johnson, who placed 29th among the field.

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Rabun County boys finished 3rd overall, just 9 strokes from runner-up status. Connor Horton and Garrett Horton tied for 7th with a 153 apiece, and Clayton Dixon and Dalton Ramey were both tied for 32nd.


Katie Grace Randall competed individually for Stephens, and finished 11th individually after scoring 85 in both rounds.


After sitting in 4th place after day one, the Lady Indians surged to a state runner-up finish, as Maggie Jackson moved from 5th to 4th, and Brinson Hall 9th to 8th, to finish their illustrious careers in style. It was the first-ever runner-up finish for TFS.


The Lady Warriors were up 15 strokes after the first round, and cruised to a state championship by 30 strokes. Catie Craig, who was tied for the lead heading into Tuesday, was the State Runner-Up to end her career in dominant fashion. Erin Dorsey came in 8th, and Rylee Adams 9th as White County just obliterated the 3A field. Jacob Adams was the lone Warrior, and came in 6th individually, just 6 strokes behind the leader.

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