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Sports : Albany Warriors Claim Class 1, District 8 Golf Title
Posted by Tom on 2014/5/8 10:30:00 (356 reads) News by the same author

The Albany Warriors and Mound City Panthers will join Gallatin and Mid-Buchanan at Monday's Class 1, Section 4 golf meet in Maryville, after the Warriors won the District 8 title on Wednesday afternoon.

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Albany dethroned the three-time defending district champions from Mound City, shooting a 382 at the Duncan Hills Course in Savannah. Mound City did advance, as a team, to sectionals, with a score of 398.

Medalist honors were grabbed by Mound City's Miles Loucks, with a round of 20-over par 92. Albany's Adam Putnam was runner-up to Loucks, shooting 93. Tying for third place were Luke Sanders of Mound City and Noah Wilmes of Albany, both at 94.

TEAM STANDINGS:
1. Albany - 382
2. Mound City - 398

3. Stanberry - 410
4. South Harrison - 439
5. Craig - 463
6. King City - 513

SECTIONAL QUALIFIERS (from local area):
Jake Carlock - Albany - 98
Caden Wilson - Albany - 100
Marley Symmonds - South Harrison - 105
Bo Brooks - South Harrison - 106
Parker Gregory - Albany - 108
Luke Townsend - King City - 112
Brice Groom - South Harrison - 112

The Mozingo Lake Course in Maryville will host Class 1, Section 4 on Monday.

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