NAHS opens 2009 golf campaign
NAHS started their 2009 golf campaign March 5 at the Oaks Country Club. The Bulldogs finished 2nd and 4th in boys action, while the girls picked up a first place finish.
The varsity boys picked up 2nd place with a team score of 166.
Austin Holt, Laden Stanford, Peyton Dunlap and Sam Cooper all scored a 42, while Tucker Holmes shot 40.
New Albany’s JV squad finished 4th with a team score of 177.
Blake Conlee led with a 38, followed by Sam Jackson Dunnam 48, Holt Garrett 44, Ryne Stanford 47, Joseph King 50, Cody Cissim 51 andCaleb Mitchell 52.
Itawamba finished first in the match with a team score of 164, while Oxford finished in third with a 175.
The Lady Bulldogs took on the Lady Chargers of Oxford and finished in first with a 107 overall.
Haley Berryhill finished with a 55, Jenna Davis 52, Kellie Skinner 72, and Kaitly Cochran 61
Oxford finished with a 134.
NAHS will next be in action on March 12 at Natchez Trace, where they will face Itawamba AHS and Tupelo.
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