LAFAYETTE – The White House Blue Devils finished third in a quad match at Lafayette Country Club in Macon County Tuesday with Lebanon, Red Boiling Springs and the host Tigers from MCHS.
Red Boiling Springs only had two golfers on the boys side and did not qualify for team events.
Lebanon edged Macon County by one stroke on the boys side, 309-310, while White House finished at 394. Lebanon also won the girls side, 167-172 over Macon County and White House was third at 247.
In individual play, White House was led by Jacob Jenkins and Brock Burrow at 96 (18 hole rounds), followed by Josh Cox and Eli Pyrz at 101 each. Blaine Mitchell scored 103 and Carson Casanova 105.
On the girls side, Lauren Myers shot 109, Emma Myers 138 and Ashley Bryant 146.
The best round of the day went to Macon County’s Landon Polston with 69, followed by his teammates Isaac Meador at 71, Matthew Henderson 83, Hayden Shockley 87 and Noah Hale 97. Lebanon was consistent for the win with Mark McDearman 74, Ethan Keith 75, Jared Campbell 78, Watson Palmer 82 and Linden Palmer 86.
Red Boiling Springs shot 102 and 109, respectively, from Matthew Murphy and Mason Hix.
On the girls side, Lebanon picked up the win with Malia Randolph at 83, Briley Vaden 84 and Makenzie Mohr 88. Macon County had two golfers with McKaylee Mix shooting 79 and Carson Roddy 93. Red Boiling Springs did not have any ladies participating.