S-T girls capture first in Division II at Beeville golf tourney
by Bruce Harper
Mar 31, 2010 | 570 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Trojans hosted their own Beeville Classic Golf tournament last week at the Beeville Country Club.

The Skidmore-Tynan ladies capturing a first place spot in Division II of the girls’ competition while the Trojans finished second to a good Sinton team in the Division I of the boys’ competition on Tuesday.

The number of golfers was small on the ladies’ side of the tournament on Monday. Aransas Pass won the Division I grouping over the Sinton Lady Pirates, 206 to 218. In Division II, the Lady Cats posted a 332 for their three competitors while second place George West finished at 358.

Skidmore-Tynan’s Susanna Yzaguirre was the Division II medalist with a 105 score for her 18 holes. Sara Rix was second at 110 strokes while Rachel Mengers carded a 117 and D’Anne Wilder came in with a 122 on her scorecard.

George West’s Allison Bryce was the third place medalist at 114.

In Division I of the girls’ competition, Aransas Pass won the title with medalist Abbey Hutchins (97) leading the way. The second place medalist was Sinton’s Tanya Box at 107.

Sinton far out-distanced the field in Division I of the boys’ meet on Tuesday at the Country Club. The Pirate total of 247 was 48 strokes better than Beeville’s second place finish of 295.

The top two scores of the day belonged to Pirates Tyler Kolb and Carson Cave. Both recorded 79’s but Kolb won a one-hole playoff for the low medalist honor.

The Beeville scores had Clayton Tindol and Daniel Fernandez leading the way with a 98’s. Kelsey Wright was in at 99. Jo Anthony Zamora carded an even 100. James Scotten and Garrett Bond both had scorecards of 104. Aaron Gonzales finished at 108 and Campbell Heard had a 117 for his 18 holes.

In Division II on the boys’ tourney, Taft won by 10 strokes, 317 to 327, over Three Rivers. The medalist for the division was George West’s Matt Hancock at 101.

The S-T Bobcats finished fourth overall. Max Harabus carded a 106 while Brandon Medrano shot a 109. Connor McCarn came in with a 118.

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