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October 1, 2013

Greenbrier West, Westside win golf regionals



Team scores

Greenbrier West    228

Richwood    253

Man    260

Tug Valley    332

Individual top 10

Justin Estep (GW)    74

Chandler Fitzwater (GW)    76

Austin Ransom (GW)    78

Brandon Johnson (RW)    80

Mason Mullins (RW)    80

Jared Jennings (GW)    81

Baley Beckwith (M)    83

Trenten Carutuers (S)    83

John McCoy (M)    87

Jon Collins (M)    90

TJ Williamson (M)    90

Westside wins Class AA Region 3 championship

Westside’s 18-hole total of 241 was one stroke better than rival Wyoming East and good enough to the Class AA Region 3 championship Monday at Grandview Country Club.

Both teams qualify for the state tournament, set for Oct. 8-9 on the Speidel Course at Oglebay Park in Wheeling.

Drew Bragg (79), Katelyn Sanders (80) and Corey Bowles (82) led the Renegades. Brett Laxton (1-under par 71), Dakota Hood (82) and Kirby Campbell (89) paced the Warriors.

Ike Judy from James Monroe fired the low round of the day with a 3-under par 69 to capture an individual spot in next week’s tournament, as did T.J. Stacy of River View with an 83.


Class AA Region 3 Tournament

at Grandview Country Club

Team Scores

Westside 241, Wyoming East 242, James Monroe 247, Summers County 272, Liberty 280, Bluefield 287, River View 295, PikeView 297, Independence 333, Mount View (no team scores)

Individual Scores

W: Drew Bragg 79, Kaitlyn Sanders 80, Corey Bowles 82

WE: Brett Laxton 71, Dakota Hood 82, Kirby Campbell 89

JM: Ike Judy 69, Ethan Spencer 84, Eli Judy 94

SC: Ashton Garten 85, Sean Mann 88, Christian Harvey 99

L: Seth Prince 89, Dylan Dickens 95, Garrett Allen 96

B: Joel Carlos 89, Cody Goins 95, Patrick Hutchison 103

RV: T.J. Stacy 83, Taylor DeHaven 88, Chase Hatfield 124

PV: Ben Boggess 90, Carter Shrewsbury 96, Abby Hammer 111

I: Logan Smith 103, Jacob Saunders 109, Logan Kelly 121

MV: Austin Johnson 118

State Qualifiers: (Team) Westside 241, Wyoming East 242. (Individual) Ike Judy 69 (JM), T.J. Stacy 83 (RV)

Medalists: Ike Judy (JM) 69, Brett Laxton (WE) 71, Drew Bragg (W) 79, Kaitlyn Sanders (W) 80, Dakota Hood 82 (WE), Corey Bowles (W) 82.

Next: State tournament Oct. 8-9 on the Speidel Golf Course at Oglebay Park in Wheeling

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