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Hoover, Spain Park Finish 1-2 in Class 7A Sub-State Golf Championships

Hoover’s Carson McKie shot a 72 and teammates Neysa Dechachutinan and Emily Baker carded 75s as the Bucs won the AHSAA Class 7A, North Sub-State girls’ golf team championship with a 6-over 222 team total. Spain Park also had 222 but finished second in the tie breaker. 
    The defending state champion Jaguars’ Marilyn Steed led all golfers with a 7-under 65, which tied for fourth best round for girls’ in AHSAA history. Her total also tied Michaela Morard’s 65 in the 2015 Class 6A/7A Sectional tournament at Goose Pond Country Club in Scottsboro for the lowest round in AHSAA post-season history.
    Caroline Waldrop also had a 75 for the Jaguars. Huntsville’s Savannah Johnson shot 75 and Mary Mac Trammell of Mountain Brook had a 77 to qualify as individuals for the state tournament at The Shoals Golf Club of the Robert Trent Jones Trail next week at Muscle Shoals.
CLASS 4A/5A NORTH SUB-STATE: White Plains turned in a super effort on the back nine at Silver Lakes Golf Course to finish with a 256 total and the Sub-State title. Sophomore Hanna Dyar had an 81 and Lexee Cunningham carded an 87 for the Wildcats. Randolph was second at 265 with Michaela Morard shooting a 2-under 70 for low medalist honors. Morard won the Class 6A/7A individual championship in 2015 and 2016 for Huntsville High School, but sat out last season after transferring to Randolph in 2016.
    Robyn Blakey of Leeds had an 82 and Grace Narrell of Arab had an 83 to advance to the state tourney as individuals.
CLASS 6A, NORTH SUB-STATE: Hartselle posted a 253 team total to win the Sub-State title over Muscle Shoals (257) by four strokes.  Caroline MacVicar and Ross Napier, both of Northridge, were the two individuals who also qualified for the state tournament at Florence next week. MacVicar shot a 78 and Napier had an 84.
CLASS 1A/3A NORTH SUB-STATE: Clements and Glencoe advanced as winner and runner-up with team totals of 294 and
299, respectively. Hannah Pope and Kylee House of Mars Hill Bible qualified as the top individuals with rounds of 76 and 103.





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