AHSAA Sub-State Golf Results Reported


Class 7A North Sub-State at Canebrake Golf Club, Athens:   Mountain Brook won the team title with a 286 total. Vestavia Hills was second at 289, Hewitt-Trussville, third at 299 and Sparkman was fourth with a 347 team score.
    The Spartans were led by Reynolds Lambert’s 3-under 69. He led the All-Tournament team selections that also included Ryan Eshleman of Vestavia Hills (70), Ford Clegg of Mountain Brook (71), Austin Coggin of Vestavia (72) and Mountain Brook’s William Wann (72).
    Individual qualifiers for the AHSAA State Golf Tournament next week at RTJ  Auburn National Golf Club were  Mac Reed of Mountain Brook and Reed Love of Hewitt-Trussville. Each shot a 1-over 73. The top two teams also advance to the state championships.

Class 6A North Sub-State at Cypress Lakes Golf Course, Muscle Shoals: 
Hunter Battles shot a 2-under 70 and teammate Brant Bishop fired even par 72 to lead Muscle Shoals to the sub-state tournament championship. The Trojans shot a even-par 288 as a team with Noah Olive and Sam Gargis each shooting 1-over 73 to round out the top four scorers.
    Northridge finished second at 302 with Luke Shaw shooting 71 and Matthew Madden 72 for the runner-up team. Muscle Shoals and Northridge advance to the state tourney May 15-16 at the RTJ Auburn Grand National course located at Opelika.
    Pinson Valley’s Caleb O’Toole shot 5-under 67 to capture low medalist honors and grabbed one of the two individual qualifier spots for next week’s state championships,  Thomas Caddell of Brookwood shot par-72 to earn the other spot.

Class 5A South Sub-State at Troy CC: St. Paul’s Episcopal captured first place with a 303 and Briarwood Christian was second at 327. Both advance to the state tourney as the sub-state team qualifiers.William McFadden’s 72 led the winning Bulldogs and earned him low medalist honors. Teammate David Bahos also shot 76. Individual qualifiers included Brantley Scott of Rehobeth, who scored a 3-over 75, and Central-Clay County’s David Sanford, who finished with a 78.

Class 5A North Sub-State at Goose Pond Colony Golf Club, Scottsboro:
 Guntersville’s boys shot a low round 311 to win the sub-state title and capture a berth in the AHSAA State Championships at Auburn Gran National at Opelika May 15-16. Russellville was four strokes behind at 315 to capture runner-up and the second team berth in the state tourney.
    Low medalist honors went to Douglas’s Anthony Lumpkin , who shot a 2-ujnder 70. Scottsboro’s Jon Brady Sandlin was one shot back to finish second. Both  qualified as individuals for the state tourney.
     Other solid rounds were turned in by Paul Bruce of Gunterville, who shot even par 72, and Etowah’s Tee Brown, who finished 1-over 73.
 even par 72 and Tee Brown of Etowah High School with a 1 over 73. 

Class 4A South Sub-State at Arrowhead CC, Montgomery:  
UMS-Wright won the sub-state with a 297 team total. Haleyville was second at 317, followed by Trinity Presbyterian (320) and Saint James (322). 
UMS teammates J.P. Cave and Andrew Graves each shot 72 for the low round.  Felix Ronderos , also of UMS-Wright, was next at 74, followed by Bulldogs teammate Gregory Jones and Alabama Christian’s  Dawson Popwell at 75.
    The top two teams advance to the state tourney.  The top two individual qualifiers, Popwell and Montgomery Catholic’s G
Grant Smith (76) also qualified for the state tourney.

Class 3A South Sub-State at Arrowhead CC, Montgomery:  Providence Christian posted a 300 team total and Houston Academy shot 301 as both teams finished 1-2 in the Sub-State tourney to qualify for next week’s AHSAA state tournament.
    Hal Dove of Houston Academy shot a 4-under 68 to lead all scorers. Thomas Ponder led Providence with even-par 72.  B.J. Morrison also shot 74 for PCA. Varum Yerramsetti (71) and Pete Schilli (73) of Indian Springs also qualified for the state as individual qualifiers.

North Class 3A Sub-State at Silver Lakes, Glencoe:  West Morgan captured the top spot with a 326 team total. Runner-up Lauderdale County was 10 strokes back at 336.
    West Morgan’s Dakota Terry and Clements’ Matt Smith each shot a 74. Terry won low medalist in a playoff. Smith was one of two individuals outside the top two teams to qualify for the state tourney. Geraldine’s Logan Forrester fired a 76 to earn the other individual qualifying berth.
    Wyatt Smith also shot 80 for West Morgan, and Josh Darracott had an 80 to lead Lauderdale County.

South Class 1A/2A Sub-State at Highland Park, Birmingham: St. Luke’s Episcopal shot a 302 and Altamont was second 41 strokes back at 343. Both teams qualified for the state tourney.
    Jacob Wiginton of Shades Mountain Christian shot a 73 to claim one of two individual qualifying spots. Kinston’s Dylan Moulton shot 75 for the second spot. Adam Ikner of J.U. Blacksher was third at 76.

North Class 1A/2A Sub-State at Gadsden CC:
 Westbrook Christian, led by John Hilliard’s 4-under 68 and William Wethington’s 1-over 73, posted the top team score (299) to win the competition. Runner-up Donoho was 10 shots back at 309. Both qualified for the state tourney.  Jack Svenson fired a 71 for Donoho.
    Ike Alexander of Mars Hill Bible and Cody Maddox of Marion County qualified as the two low individuals with rounds of 68 and 70, respectively. Alexander earned low medalist honors.

Class 6A North Sub-State at Cypress Lakes Golf Course, Muscle Shoals:
Northridge shot 254 to take first place. Muscle Shoals was five strokes back at 259 to finish second. Both teams advance to the state tournament next week.
    Ally Williams of Athens carded 3-over 75 to earn low medalist honors. Kate Macvicar of Northridge shot 77 and her sister Caroline Macvicar shot 79 to finished second and third. Mikayla Dubnik of Hartselle joined Williams as individual qualifiers shooting an 82.

Class 6A Sub-State at Timber Creek Golf Club, Spanish Fort: Spanish Fort posted a 271 total to claim first place and Daphne shot 295 to finish second. Letitia Sim paced the Lady Toros with an 87 and Amelia Bjuro shot 90. Jordyn Hodgson carded a 76, second best round of the day, to lead Daphne.
   Low medalist and an individual qualifier was Brooke Samson of Park Crossing, who shot even par-72. Oxford’s Kayla Huckeba also qualified as an individual with an 81.

Class 4A/5A South Sub-State at Troy CC: UMS-Wright won the sub-state tourney with a 248 team score.  Trinity Presbyterian was second at 255. Erika Allen and Karlee Allen of Northside carded 1-under 71 and 76, respectively, to claim the individual qualifying spots. Lauren Gilchrist's 71 led the winning Bulldogs. She won a one-hole shootout with Allen to earn low medalist honors. Trinity senior Sophie Burks shot 73 to lead the Wildcats.

Class 4A/5A North Sub-State at Goose Pond Colony Golf Club, Scottsboro: Arab shot a team 258 to finish first. Defending state champion White Plains finished second at 261, three strokes back. Both teams advance to the state tournament next week.
    Abby Stevens of Alexandria shot a 77 to take low medalist honors. Leeds’ Robyn Blakey was and Hannah Dyer of White Plains shot 78.  Stevens and Blakey qualified as individuals for the state tourney.  Arab’s top performance was turned in by Grace Harrell, who shot 79.

Class 1A/3A at Arrowhead CC, Montgomery: Providence Christian’s Allison Howard shot 3-over 75 to earn low medalist honors and lead her team to the sub-state championship. Bayside Academy was second at 264. Both teams advance to the state championships at Auburn Grand National May 15-16.
     American Christian’s Stephanie Fowler was two strokes behind Howard at 77 to earn one of two individual qualifier positions in the state tourney. Sydney Lake of Holy Spirit Catholic shot 85 to earn the second spot.

Class 1A/3A Sub-State at Silver Lakes, Glencoe: Westbrook Christian won the tourney with  a team 250 score. Clements shot 304 to finish second. Westbrook’s Hope Cone shot an 80 to earn low medalist. Ellie Porter and Gracie Guyton each had an 85 for the Lady Warriors.
    Anna Seahorn  of Red Bay also shot an 80 and Hannah Pope of Mars Hill Bible had an 87 to capture the two individual qualifier spots for next week’s state tourney.

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