Local golf teams get into the swing of things

Centennial’s golf program hosted a pair of tournament recently in Grand Prairie and Willow Park.

The tourmament at Tangleridge Golf Course in Grand Prairie took place Friday and Saturday.

In boys competition, Carroll’s Black team fired a 582 to win. Flower Mound was second (588) and Hebron’s Blue squad was third (589). Centennial finished eighth (622) and Burleson was 11th (654). Carroll’s Black team won the girls title with a two-day total of 600. Keller’s A team was second (620) and Hebron Blue was third (627). Centennial finished eighth (723) and Burleson was 10th (798).

South Grand Prairie’s Rondarious Walters took the individual title with a two-day 142. Wolfforth Frenship’s Brian Boles and Hebron Blue’s Jun Park each shot 143’s to tie for second.

Centennial was paced by Tyer Everts who shot a 152 to place 22nd. Collin Ramsey shot a 154 to finish 28th. Corbin Franco was 31st after shooting a 156. Lester McCarthy carded a 162 to place 48th and Leyton McGarity was 49th after shooting a 166. Playing as an individual medalist, Moriah Kunz placed 22nd with a two-day total of 152.

For Burleson, Chris Choi fired a 156 to place 31st. Chase Scott finished 40th with a 158. Cody Kidd fired a 166 to place 49th. Cole Smith shot a 174 to finish 59th and Austin Adams carded a 197 to place 70th. Playing as individuaul medalists, Ian Miranda finishsed 66th with a 190 and Preston Majerus was 69th with a 193.
In girls play, Hebron’s Symran Shah shot a two-day 136 to win the title. Stephanie Lee, playing for Carroll Black, was second with a 141 and J.J. Betz placed third with a 136.

The Lady Spartans top player was Amy Moon, who finished 14th after shooting a 162. Amanda McKesson placed 33rd with a 178. Mattee Wilkins carded a 185 to finish 40th and Maddie Luker shot a 198 to place 49th.

Caitlin Farnell led the Lady Elks finishing 31st with a 175. Ah Min Choi carded a 193 to place 45th. Madison Hughes shot a 205 to finished 51. Emma Culver carded a 225 to place 52nd and Kaitlyn Garza finished 53rd with a 238.

Centennial hosted a tournament Feb. 22-23 at Squaw Creek Golf Course in Willow Park.

Aledo’s A team took the title with a two-day 603. Lucas Lovejoy’s B team was second (605) and Fort Worth Paschal was third (618). Centennial shot a two-day 639 to place seventh and Burleson finished 11th with a 701.

Jay Pabin, playing for Lovejoy’s Black team, won the individual crown after shooting a 138. Aledo’s Even Pennington shot a 143 to finish second and Lovejoy’s Mason McClure was third (151).

Centennial had five play at the tournament. Franco was 15th (156), Ramsey and Everts tied for 28th with 160s, McCarthy was 36th (168) and Kunz was 42nd (168).

Burleson also had five Elks play at the event. Chris Choi placed 10th (154). Smith finished 39th (156), Kidd was 58th (179), Adams placed 67th (204) and Preston Maserus was 68th (212).

Paschal won the girls title after shooting a 683. Euless Trinity finished second (688) and Mansfield Legacy placed third (689). Centennial finished fourth (734) and Burleson was fifth (794).

Cami Engelbert, playing for Paschal, shot a 154 to take first place. Trinity’s Olivia Billips was second (157) and Paschal’s Mallory Franks was third (158).
Centennial was led by Moon who finished fifth (167). McKesson was seventh (171), Wilkins placed 18th (188) and Maddie Luker was 24th (208).

Burleson’s Farnell placed 12th with a 179. Hughes finished 21st (197), Ah Min Choi was 23 (199), Garza was 25th (221) and Emma Culver placed 26th (223).

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