• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Staff

Golf Jackets compete in state regionals

The Woodford County High School girls' golf team participated in the 2017 KHSAA Region 7 Girls' Tournament held at the Keene Run Course located at Keene Trace in Nicholasville on Sept. 26. The tournament featured golfers competing for a spot to compete in the state championship. Leading the way for the Lady Jackets was Jessy Sanders who shot a 93 and finished 25th for the region. Rachel Baston tied for 61st with a score of 113, Morgan Murray tied for 63rd with a 116 and Addison Beck finished 76th with a score of 134. The boys' regional tournament was held at Kearney Hills Golf Course in Lexington on Monday Sept. 25. The Jackets were led in scoring by Grayson Johnson, who shot an 88. Johnson made considerable improvement on his score from last year, shedding 11 strokes off of last year's score of 99. Richard Osborn fired a 90 to finish second in team scoring and Osborn also improved, shedding a total of 18 strokes off of his 2016 score. The Jackets did not qualify as a team and did not have an individual qualifier for the state championship.

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