Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

August 27, 2013

Stone hosts district foe Rhea County in Bear Trace match


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CROSSVILLE — The Stone Memorial High School golf teams hosted District 6AAA foe Rhea County Aug. 22 at Bear Trace Cumberland Mountain.

The boy's golf team had another close match with Rhea County at Bear Trace. Once again after nine holes, the two teams were tied at 179. The top four low scores were selected for the playoff. Unfortunately, the Panthers were unable to walk away with a victory this time, according to Coach Nathan Brown.

Stone McCoy, Dustin Lee and Wyatt Smith all got a par on the first playoff hole. Chase Allred hit his drive out of bounds and ended up with a triple bogey. Rhea county players went bogey, par, par, par to win it.

Scores for the Panthers were McCoy (44), Lee (42), Smith (49), Allred (44) and Parker Hill (49). Allred's score was his personal best for nine

holes.

Scores for Rhea County, according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press, were Drew Gunter (43), Chase Watson (44), Clay Varner (44) and Spencer Robinson (48).

The girls got their first victory over the Rhea County girls 105-117. Tori Harris led the way with a 52 and Paige Cox followed with a 53.  From Rhea County, Kaylan Goins shot a 59 and Kiley Green shot a 58.

SMHS will play Rockwood at Rockwood Country Club, Sept. 2, at 3 p.m. CDT.