ETSU’s Jack Rhea had the lead in hand and the right frame of mind to win the 22nd annual Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club on Sunday
ETSU’s Jack Rhea and his teammates shot up the leaderboard during Saturday’s second round of the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club.
Jack Rhea shot a 5-under 67 on the course where he grew up, helping ETSU stay within shouting distance of first-round leader Tennessee in the 22nd annual Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.
JONESBOROUGH — East Tennessee State’s golf team enters this weekend’s Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club as the defending champion, and that sounds good to new Bucs coach Jake Amos.
Blackthorn Club at the Ridges is gearing up for its big college tournament, just as it has for the previous 21 years.
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In a battle of super sophomores, Volunteer’s Jon Wes Lovelace beat Sullivan Central’s Seth Robinette in a playoff to win the individual boys title Monday in the Region 1 Large Schools golf tournament in Morristown.
Holston, led by medalist Mason Steele’s 80, carded a 355 at Tazewell County Country Club to outdistance fellow Hogoheegee District member Chilhowie.
Virginia High and Graham finished 1-2 in Tuesday’s Region 2D tournament, giving the Southwest District a sweep of the VHSL Class 2 team berths from the region.
A little afternoon rain shower did little to dampen the spirits of the Cumberland Gap girls and North Greene boys in Monday’s Region 1 Small Schools Golf Championships.
Neither being under the weather nor unseasonably hot weather could stop Kara Carter at Monday’s District 1 Large Schools Golf Championships at Ridgefields Golf & Athletic Club.
Lynda Wimberly’s tee shots weren’t leaving her in great spots Wednesday at Johnson City Country Club, but by the end of the day she was right where she wanted to be — at the top of the leaderboard.
Individual medalist Kara Carter put up a strong round of 74 and teammate Kirstyn Moore came through with an 84 to lead Sullivan South to the Big 11 Conference girls championship Wednesday at Elizabethton Golf Course.
Freshman Grace Addison shot a 3-over 75 to win medalist honors in the Mountain 7 District golf championships at Glenrochie Country Club and help Abingdon claim the tournament title.