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NCHSAA Men’s Golf Championships: FINAL

1-A NCHSAA MEN’S GOLF

 

BISHOP MCGUINNESS WINS FOURTH STRAIGHT, TANNER OWEN MEDALIST IN NCHSAA 1-A MEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

            WHISPERING PINES— Kernersville Bishop McGuinness won its fourth consecutive state team championship on Tuesday in the 17th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A men’s golf championships at Whispering Pines Country Club.

            Bishop McGuinness, which entered the final day with a 23-shot lead over East Surry in the team standings, blew it open by recording a 294 on Tuesday for a 595 total. The Villains were a whopping 54 strokes ahead of second-place East Surry, while Mooresville Pine Lake Prep and Riverside (Martin) were knotted at third at 661.

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

            The course was set at par 72 and 6,609 yards for the NCHSAA event.

            Tanner Owen of Bishop McGuinness had a two-under par 70 in the final round for a 142 total, winning the individual championship for the second consecutive year. Owen finished one shot ahead of Chance Watson of Avery.

            There was a tie for third place in the individual standings, and East Surry’s Jordan Vogler birdied the first playoff hole to take third and Logan Wynne of Riverside was fourth. Vogler had a brilliant three-under 69 on Tuesday while Wynne came in at 70 as the pair tied at 145, three shots off the pace.

            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. 

 

COMPLETE 1-A CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF RESULTS

 

2-A GOLF

JEFFERYS OF SOUTHWEST EDGECOMBE WINS TITLE N NCHSAA 2-A GOLF,
NEWTON-CONOVER TAKES TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR

    SOUTHERN PINES –  Cole Jefferys of SouthWest Edgecombe fired a three-under par 68 on Tuesday to come back and take medalist honors in the 29th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 2-A men’s golf championships at the Longleaf Golf and Country Club.
    Jefferys had a 36-hole score of three-under par 139 after an even par 71 on Monday to go with his 68 in the final round. He was three shots ahead of Salisbury’s Eric Edwards, who was the first day individual leader. Edwards had a 73 on Tuesday to go with an opening round 69.
    There was a three-way tie for third decided by a playoff after Elliott Grayson of Shelby, Stephen Abrams of Wilson Beddingfield and Justin Emmons of Climax Providence Grove all finished at 145. Grayson took third and Abrams fourth.
    Newton-Conover had a solid second day performance in the team race, recording a 306 to go with a first-day 304 for a total of 610, giving the Red Devils their second consecutive 2-A team championship.
    Shelby placed second, seven shots back. The Golden Lions qualified for the state tournament for the seventh consecutive year and have not finished lower than sixth during that stretch.
    Salisbury, which won the championship in 2011 and ’12, was third at 626.
Only 33 shots separated the top spot and the 12th team at the bottom of the standings after the first day, but the standings opened up during the final 18 holes.
The course was set at par 71 and 6,591 yards for the NCHSAA championship.
    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. 

 

COMPLETE 2-A CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF RESULTS

 

3-A NCHSAA MEN’S GOLF

FORESTVIEW’S BLALOCK TAKES INDIVIDUAL CROWN, LEADS TEAM TO CHAMPIONSHIP IN NCHSAA 3-A GOLF

 

            FOXFIRE VILLAGE — Will Blalock of Gastonia Forestview had a final round two-under par 70 on Tuesday to capture the individual championship in the 29th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A men’s golf championships at the Foxfire Golf and Country Club.

          His 142 total was two shots better than Nick Stafford of Belmont South Point and William Register of Burlington Williams, who tied for second at 144.

Stafford equaled Blalock’s Tuesday score for the best round of the day at 70. Register was sixth in last year’s tournament.

            Alex Simpson of Weddington, who had Monday’s best round at 69, had a 79 on the final day to finish at 148, seven shots back in sixth.

            In the team standings, Forestview put together an outstanding 299 on the final day to take its third consecutive state team title. Forestview recorded a team score of 600 to finish 11 shots ahead of runner-up Waxhaw Marvin Ridge, with Rockingham County moving into third with a 616 total. The best four of six individual scores counted toward the team total.

The championship was held on a par 72 layout set at 6,669 yards for the NCHSAA event.

            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 event.

COMPLETE 3-A CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF RESULTS

 

4-A NCHSAA MEN'S GOLF

HOUGH’S COVER WINS PLAYOFF FOR MEDALIST; BROUGHTON TOPS TEAMS IN NCHSAA 4-A MEN’S GOLF

 

            SANFORD—Patrick Cover of Cornelius W.A. Hough birdied the first playoff hole to take top individual honors on Tuesday in the 79th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A men’s golf championships at Carolina Trace Country Club.

            Cover had a 68 on Monday and an even par 72 in the final round for a 140 total. Raleigh Millbrook’s Stephen Franken climbed into a tie after 36 holes for the individual title with a 68 on Tuesday, setting the stage for the playoff.

            The championship was contested on a par-72 layout set at 6,698 yards for the NCHSAA event.

            Raleigh Broughton captured the team championship by eight shots over defending champ Southern Pines Pinecrest with a winning total of 592. Broughton captured its sixth NCHSAA championship since 1998 and it was also gave a Wake County school the men’s 4-A team golf title for the 19th time in the last 28 years, including five of the last six.

 Pinecrest is the last non-Wake County school to win, taking the title in 2008 and last year.

Hough and Charlotte Myers Park were tied for third at 609.

            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. 

 

COMPLETE 4-A CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF RESULTS