NAHS golf finishes fourth at state
New Albany golf closed its season with a fourth place finish in the 4A state tournament last week, capped by its best second day total of 628.
Peyton Dunlap shot a team-best 148, and Holt Garrett finished with a 155, shooting a 78 and 77 over the two days.
Ryne Sanford finished next, shooting a 161, followed by Will Cherry with a 164 and Will Robbins at 199.
Lewisburg won the team title finishing with a 608, followed by Corinth (614), Kosciusko (615) and New Albany (628).
Dunlap finished second overall individually, four strokes behind the medalist for the tournament, Austin Terrell of Kosciusko, who finished with a 144.
The Bulldogs’ fourth place finish at state comes days after the Lady Bulldogs finished third in the girls’ competition earlier in the week.
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