The District 8 golf tournament was held Monday at the Bear Trace in Winchester.
Lawrence County earned the championship on the boys’ side, scoring 330. Tullahoma shot 333 to finish in second place, and Coffee County came in third with a score of 339. The three teams qualified for the upcoming Region 4 tournament. Other team scores: Franklin County 363, Marshall County 381, Shelbyville 411, and Lincoln County 438.
Tullahoma’s Alex Miller had the low score on the day with a 73. Chase Towry from Franklin County placed second with a 75 after winning a tiebreaker over Easton McMahon from Marshall County. Noah Costello finished in fourth with an 18-hole of 76. TJ Gobble completed his round in 77 shots to place fifth.
Other scores that counted for Tullahoma were Caden Finchum’s 84, Brody Fulmer’s 88, and Jack Hill’s 88. For the Red Raiders of Coffee County, Jack Stowe had a 79, Brady Daugherty 88, and Beau Murray 96.
Players that qualified for the region tournament that are not part of the three teams that are moving on: Franklin County’s Chase Towry and Jackson Lynch, along with Shelbyville’s Seth Sharp and Marshall County players Easton McMahon and Ronan Scott.
In the girls’ tournament, Lincoln County won the championship as they shot 189. Franklin County earned a berth into the region tournament with a score of 204, and Coffee County moved on with their two-person score of 219.
Amie Neal won the individual tournament with a score of 85. Placing second was Marshall County’s Nellie Neece as she shot 99. Araya Hughes from Coffee County finished third with a 100. Myla Dennis, with her round of 101, tied Lawrence County’s Ansley Kizer. Also qualifying for the region as an individual were Anabel Leigh from Shelbyville at 112 and Tensley Shannon of Lawrence County with a round of 129.