• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Sports Editor

WCHS boys’ golf finishes sixth in conference tournament

The Woodford County High School boys' finished sixth out of 11 teams at the Central kentucky Conference golf tournament Sept. 14 at Tates Creek Golf Course. The Jackets were led by Richard Osborn who shot an 84 for 18-holes. Jack Browning fired an 88, Grayson Johnson had a 91, Joe Kowalke shot a 101, Conner Gililland had a 105 and Cayce Jones shot a 108. The Jackets lost 168-159 to Anderson County Sept. 12 at Turkey Trace in Lawrenceburg. Kowalke shot a 38 to lead the Jackets. Osborn fired a 41, Browning had a 43, Gililland had a 46, Jones fired a 47 and Johnson had a 50. Girls' golf The Lady Jackets finished third in a tri-match with Dunbar and Bryan Station High School at Kearney Hills Golf Links Sept. 11. Dunbar won the match with 161 strokes for nine holes, The Lady Defenders were second with 180 and the Lady Jackets shot 195. Mary Peyton Thompson led Woodford by shooting a 46, Morgan Murray shot a 47, Rachel Baston had 49 and Sophie Lester shot a 53.

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