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Golf results (Sept. 14): City-County

September 15, 2020 | 12:05 am

Updated September 15, 2020 | 11:44 pm

Photo by Tyler Dixon

Daviess County’s Holton leads way after front 9 at City-County

Daviess County’s Holly Holton carded a 36 Monday at Windridge Country Club to take the top spot after the front nine portion of the annual City-County Tournament.

Holton edged Apollo’s Macy Brown as she finished with a 38 to put herself in second place heading into today’s back nine.

Owensboro was led by Alexa Salahmah’s 40 while Abby Hahnick was Owensboro Catholic’s low golfer with a 46.

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GIRLS’ SCORES
Daviess County (171)
Holly Holton 36
Emilee Clark 43
Kirsten Henderson 45
Addison Heady 47

Apollo (207)
Macey Brown 38
Mary Ann Lyons 46
Addison Carter 57
Alissa Perkins 66

Owensboro Catholic (216)
Abby Bahnick 46
Conleigh Osborne 53
RC Porter 58
Lainey Ann Osborne 59

Owensboro (233)
Alexa Salamah 40
Ellie Watson 63
Jasmine Tong 64
Phoenix Barnett 66

Catholic’s Wellman fires 37 to lead first day of boy’s City-County Tournament

Owensboro Catholic’s Jakob Wellman shot a 37 to lead by two shots after the back nine portion of Monday and Tuesday’s City-County Tournament at Windridge.

Wellman leads a trio of Daviess County Panthers as Grant Broughton, Dawson Lamb and Gabe Vincent each shot a 39 for DC but there’s a fourth 39 as Owensboro’s James Rhineburger broke 40 to lead the Red Devils.

Tanner Klee leads Apollo with a 45 while Landon Huff is Trinity’s top golfer with a 47.

BOYS’ SCORES
Daviess County (158)
Grant Broughton 39
Dawson Lamb 39
Gabe Vincent 39
Braden Whistle 41

Owensboro Catholic (165)
Jakob Wellman 37
Reece Higdon 40
J.T. Payne 44
Noah Johnson 44

Owensboro (186)
James Rhineburger 39
Will Rickard 42
Will Hume 46
Noah Newton/Landon Block 59

Apollo (195)
Tanner Klee 45
Ethan Dych 46
Trevor Cecil 50
Nathan Payne 54

Trinity (259)
Landon Huff 47
Nate Hernandez 64
Aaron Wright 73
Declan Williams 75

September 15, 2020 | 12:05 am

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