|District 9AAA golf results|
|Monday, September 10, 2012|
HENDERSONVILLE — Hendersonville and Station Camp are atop District 9AAA golf again after the league tournament at Country Hills on Monday.
The Commando boys won their eighth straight district crown, while the Lady Bison made it two in a row.
The top three teams and next five individuals advance to next Monday’s Region 5-AAA tournament, which will also be played at Country Hills.
Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet and Station Camp all advanced as teams on the boys’ side. Gallatin’s Austin Swafford (72), Lebanon’s Jackson McFarlin (79), Wilson Central’s Payton Winn (82), Beech’s Daniel Lankster (84) and Wilson Central’s Hayden Bramble (84) took the five individual spots.
Hendersonville (299) was paced by Jacob Sherlin’s 71 — the second-best score of the day — as well as Kevin Lee (73), Landon Albert (76) and Noah Trenkler (79).
Mt. Juliet (311) finished second as low medalist Stoney Crouch led the way with his 68. The Bears also got scores from Nathan Ware (83), Matt Hotsinpiller (79) and Tucker Hall (81).
Station Camp, last year’s runners-up, advanced out of districts again, this time as third-place finishers. The Bison (324) were led by Mikey Watkins’ 77. Cody Quick (83), Becker Morgan (80) and Jack Ebbert (84) also carded scores.
The Lady Bison finished ahead of Beech and Wilson Central as the top three girls teams moving on to regions.
On the girls’ side, Gallatin’s Cori Burns was the low medalist, carding a 73 and leading the list of four individuals who advanced. Hendersonville’s Caroline Welch (93) along with Lebanon’s Caroline Hendrick (97) and Ryann Hallums (102) also move on to next Monday’s tournament.
Breyenne Banister (77) and Leah Deagle (80) helped guide Station Camp (157) to its second straight 9AAA crown.
Beech (167) was led by Abbie Gregory’s 75, the second-best round of the tourney. She and Kendall Bell (113) helped the Lady Buccaneers finish second.
Wilson Central (171) was paced by Lise Malherbe (82) and Kathlene Mitchell (89) en route to third place.
The region tournament is expected to get underway around 7:30 on Sept. 17. The top team and the next four individuals move on to the Class AAA state tournament at WillowBrook in Manchester.