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Baron golfers improve to 5-3 in James River District play

SoVaNow.com / August 30, 2017
The Bluestone golfers won their tri-match over Buckingham and Prince Edward this week to improve their James River District record to 5-3. Morgan Tharpe led the Baron scoring and was the tri-match medalist, carding a 41 over nine holes. Her score included a birdie on the second hole of play.

Coach David Allgood said that Nathan Newcomb continues to make improvements from week to week, lowering his score with a 43 in the tri-match. Allgood furtheer noted that the team had their best score of the year.

Team and individual results
Bluestone — 179
Brandon Ligon 48
Morgan Tharpe 41 (medalist)
Blake Gravitt 52
Nathan Newcomb 43
Brady Platzke 47
Joseph Walker 55

Buckingham — 220
T. Kelly 49
M. Dais 58
P. Taylor 58
D. Lipscomb 65
M. Ballowe 55

Prince Edward — 242
Stanley 57
Weese 66
Raymond 63
Baldwine 65
Reinson 57
Conwell 66

Bluestone goes 1-1 at Amelia
Bluestone traveled to Amelia for a tri-match with the host Raiders and Goochland Bulldogs. Goochland came in first with a team score of 180, just ahead of Bluestone with a team score of 184. Amelia finished third.

The match finish brought Bluestone to a 6-4 record on the season.

The team is scheduled to play Buckingham and Goochland today (Wednesday) and return to its home course, Kinderton on Thursday. Cumberland and JRD-leading Randolph-Henry will complete in the tri-match.


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