High School Golf

North team leads All-Star matches at Stoney Point

The All Star team of high school seniors from the North hold the lead over the All-Stars from the South after the first round of the competition at Stoney Point in Greenwood.

The North has a 5 1/2 to 2 1/2 point lead over the South after the first day of the two-day competition.

The North All-Stars lead the South All-Stars going into the final round of the N-S Match at Stoney Point in Greenwood.

Chesnee coach Kyle Scruggs’ North team includes (l-r) Caleigh Noonan – St. Joseph’s, Gracie McCoy – Flora, Kennedy McGaha – BHP, Isabella Britt – Chesnee, Sarah Boteler – J.L. Mann, Coutney Collins – Daniel, Raquel Fowler – Greenville Middle College, Anika Rana – Byrnes. Scruggs is being assisted by Coach Jim Laucuone

Last year the South held a 6-point lead going into the final round only to see the North rally and win the matches 9-7.

With the exception of the 2018 matches the North has claimed the Dru Nix Cup every year since the event began in 2012.

The South All-Stars have some ground to make up in the final round of the North-South All Star Matches being played at Stoney Point in Greenwood.

West Florence coach Chris Wegmann’s team includes (l-r) Victoria Callahan and Alayna Fortenberry from Carolina Forest, Kelly Campman – Myrtle Beach, Lora Ledbetter – Conway, Amanda Meno – St. James, Nicole Whatley – Wando, Emily Beiers, and Karlee Vardas from Lexington. Wegmann is being assisted by Coach Greg Hamm.

The competition concludes with a round of singles matches beginning at 9 am Saturday morning at Stoney Point.

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