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Park View golfers claim Tri-Rivers District title

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SoVaNow.com / September 27, 2017
The Park View golf team bounced back from a season-ending loss against the Southampton Indians on Sept. 18 to play in the Tri-Rivers District tournament two days later, prevailing over three rivals to take the championship.

Park View, who fell to 8-1 after the defeat by Southampton, were determined to prove that the season ending loss was just a fluke, and they made good on that goal in the Sept. 20 district match at Cypress Cove Country Club in Franklin. Playing over an 18-hole layout, Park View had a team score of 359, besting second-place Southampton (375), Greensville in third (388) and Windsor (393).

Low scorers for the Dragons were Hunter Sykes with a round of 89, Sherwood Baskerville, Kelsey Moseley, Jordan Ingram and Jackson Moseley each finishing with a score of 90, and Kenston Hardee, rounding out the team score with a 101.

“We have a well-rounded team this year and that’s why we’ve been successful,” said coach Chris Hardee after the match. “Any one of our starting six can be a medalist on any given day. We play well together and our three through six golfers always step up in our matches.

“ I know we are capable of playing better and I think playing at Dogwood Trace Tuesday [in the regional tournament] you will see lower scores for all of our golfers.”

The Park View golfers set out this week hoping to bring home a regional trophy to accent the district trophy they just won. Regional tournament play was set to get under way Tuesday, at Dogwood Trace Country Club in Petersburg.




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In the final match of the regular season on Sept. 18, the Dragons fell to Southampton at the Indians’ home course at Cypress Cove Country Club. The final score was Park View 193, Southampton 186. Individual low scorers for Park View were Jordan Ingram (46 strokes over nine holes), Kelsey Moseley (48), Sherwood Baskerville (49) and Jackson Moseley (50). Although there was disappointment in missing out on an undefeated season, the PV golfers quickly rebounded to claim the Tri-Rivers District tournament championship at the same golf course just two days later.



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