Newton-Conover        299

North Lincoln             307

Shelby                         313

Salisbury                     316

Corinth Holders                      320

SouthWest Edgecombe          324

Carrboro                      326

West Davidson                       327

Waxhaw Cuthbertson 331

Richlands                    331

Bunn                           348

West Bladen               357

 

INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS

First Name

Last Name

School

1st Rd.

Alex

Hefner

Newton-Conover

70

Trey

Burton

Newton-Conover

72

Rielly

Morton

Richlands

72

Nathan

Curry

West Davidson

72

Kaleb

Lester

Carrboro

73

Eric

Edwards

Salisbury

73

Thomas

Lilly

Maiden

74

Adam

Alfieri

Carrboro

75

Nick

Routhier

Corinth Holders

75

Alston

Taylor

North Lincoln

75

Elliott

Grayson

Shelby

75

Luke

Hayek

Shelby

75

Hayden

Bandy

Newton-Conover

76

Luke

Grogan

Pisgah

76

Ryan

Chatt

SW Edgecombe

76

William

Lewis

Bunn

77

Ben

James

East Burke

77

Ben

Hager

North Lincoln

77

Tanner

Reynolds

North Lincoln

77

Andrew

Kahn

West Davidson

77

Cooper

Daniel

Cuthbertson

78

Grant

Studdard

North Lincoln

78

Brandon

Corbitt

Corinth Holders

79

Michael

Sardinia

Cuthbertson

79

Alex

Austin

Salisbury

79

Joseph

Rusher

Salisbury

79

Alex

Anderson

Shelby

79

Sam

Lawing

North Lincoln

80

John

Evans

Newton-Conover

81

Nick

Isenhower

Newton-Conover

81

Ryan

Barrett

Roanoke Rapids

81

Cole

Jefferys

SW Edgecombe

81

Jesse

Robertson

West Stokes

81

Nick

Steele

North Lincoln

82

Nathan

Webb

SW Edgecombe

82

Sam

Baxter

Corinth Holders

83

Will

Stanley

Corinth Holders

83

TJ

Ramey

North Surry

83

Donald

Johnson, Jr.

Randleman

83

Travis

Johnson

Richlands

83

Adam

Tobias

Carrboro

84

Monty

Fields

Corinth Holders

84

David Ray

Allen, Jr.

Shelby

84

Kayla

Thompson

West Bladen

84

Robbie

Whitlock

Cuthbertson

85

Jacob

Robins

First Flight

85

Taylor

Bostic

Richlands

85

Abraham

Post

Salisbury

85

Sam

McMurray

Shelby

85

Taylor

Newton

SW Edgecombe

85

Jeff

Eaton

Bunn

86

Kellan

Labonte

Corinth Holders

87

Chris

Ziogas

Newton-Conover

87

Cameron

Winebarger

West Bladen

87

Austin

Meads

Northeastern

88

Cody

Routh

Providence Grove

88

Luke

Fussy

Cuthbertson

89

Christopher

Queen

Salisbury

89

Gabe

Steinman

Salisbury

89

Gage

Bailey

West Bladen

89

Logan

Herman

West Davidson

89

Austin

Pleasants

West Davidson

89

Ian

Wickline

East Duplin

90

Sam

Goforth

Shelby

90

Palmer

Brown

Richlands

91

Michael

Bass

SW Edgecombe

91

John

Ruey

Bunn

92

Eric

Norville

SW Edgecombe

92

Connor

Jones

Bunn

93

Carson

Whitaker

Bunn

93

Nick

Alienello

Cuthbertson

93

Zachary

Edwards

Richlands

93

Matt

Brittain

West Davidson

93

Benjamin

Padden

Carrboro

94

Troy

Bennett

Bunn

95

CJ

Paschall

Carrboro

95

Dylan

Woelpper

Cuthbertson

95

Nick

Gunnell

Starmount

95

Brett

Jackson

West Bladen

97

Hanson

Elkins

Carrboro

99

Kendall

Kruse

West Davidson

101

Mason

Smith

West Bladen

107

Tyler

Tinkle

West Bladen

113

CHAPEL HILL—Tanner Owen of Kernersville Bishop McGuinness had the only sub-par round on Monday’s first day of the 16th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A men’s golf championships at the Chapel Hill Country Club.

            Owen, who was fourth in the individual standings a year ago, had a two-under 70 to open up a four-shot advantage over teammate Jonathon Davis.   McKenzie Barringer of Voyager Academy in Durham is in third at 75.

            The course is set at par 72 and 6,619 yards for the NCHSAA event.

            Bishop McGuinness, the defending team champion which won by a whopping 52 shots a year ago, is in a much closer battle this time.  The Villains hold a 14-shot lead over second-place Lake Norman Charter, with East Surry in third at 327 and Riverside-Martin in fourth at 330.  East Surry won four consecutive championships from 2005 through 2008.

            The best four of six individual scores count toward the team total.

            Prior to 1986, all NCHSAA schools competed for a single title in an open tournament. Play went to three classifications in 1986 and then to four classes beginning with the 1998 tournaments.

            A total of 84 golfers began play in the two-day tournament. Action is scheduled to resume at eight o’clock on Tuesday morning.

           

 

NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION