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After winning by just a single stroke against Hampton a year ago, University High’s boys golf team romped to a 25-stroke victory over the Bulldogs on Monday in the Small Schools District 1 tournament.
“It’s been a while. It was a good win for us. The kids played good. I’m proud of them. We’ve got five seniors, so it was a good win for them. A good way to go out in the district.”
Among the individuals qualifying for state after Thursday’s Large School Region 1 golf tournament were South’s Kara Carter, Volunteer’s Jon Wes Lovelace, and Tennessee High’s Lily Self and Jack Tickle.
Defending Class 3 state golf champion Abingdon, led by medalist Conner Creasy, shot a 291 on Tuesday to win the Mountain 7 District championship. Union and Gate City earned berths in the Region 2D tournament.
‘Training. Results. Fun. AMPLIFIED.’ That’s the mission statement for Kingsport’s golf AMPLIFIED — a modern indoor golf and event facility that features the latest technology available.
Isabella van der Biest beat the odds to win both individual medalist and lead Dobyns-Bennett to the girls' team title Wednesday at the Larger Schools District 1 golf tournament at Johnson City Country Club.
Thanks to the participation of some of the biggest names in sports history, The American Legends for Mountain Mission Kids at The Olde Farm shattered the record for the biggest golf fundraiser ever.
An abbreviated look at the week ahead in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia high school sports.
It was a weekend for aces at local golf courses where no fewer than six holes-in-one were reported.
The hotel’s occupancy has averaged 65 percent, and MeadowView’s economic impact is now more than $110 million per year. In 1999, MeadowView’s appraised value was $33 million, and in 2017 it moved to $168 million.