The annual Keith Maxwell high school golf tournament was held on Tuesday at the McMinnville Country Club.
In boys’ play some players were unable to finish because of bad weather. So, tournament directors decided to do away with player scores on holes 1, 2, and 3. So scores only counted on the other 15 holes. Cookeville finished 1st with a score of 253, Stone Memorial got the 2nd place trophy with a score of 271. Those scores were followed by Warren County at 283, White County 299, Cumberland County 305, Coffee County 308, Livingston Academy 315, Tullahoma 336 and Lincoln County 337.
Individual scores from area teams were led by Spencer Seymour of Warren County who carded a 68 over the 15 holes. Jackson Taylor from Lincoln County managed a 73. Coffee County’s Jacob Holder helped his team by shooting a 74. Keegan Taylor the Wildcats of Tullahoma by scoring a 76.
On girls’ side the Lady Cavilers of Cookeville shot 151 over 18 holes followed by Lincoln County with a 171. Tullahoma carded a 172 followed Coffee County’s Lady Raiders at 191, White County 204, Warren County 207 and Livingston Academy 234.
Individual scores from area girls’ teams: Lauren Slatton of Warren County shot the overall low score with a 72. Gracie Hicks of Tullahoma finished with a score of 75. Lincoln County Amie Neal cared an 85 and Maggie Crouch led Coffee County with a 93.