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Park View golfers trounce Dinwiddie / September 12, 2018
The Park View golf team traveled north to Dogwood Trace Country Club in Petersburg to face Dinwiddie Thursday and were able to put together an excellent round of golf, besting the Generals by 32 strokes, 159 to 191.

Senior Kenston Hardee posted his best score of the season and was the match medalist, carding a low round of 37 strokes. Right on his tail was fellow Jackson Moseley who took a 38 to the clubhouse. Other scores for Park View were Kelsey Moseley, 40, Hunter Sykes 44, Mason Mills 47, Patrick Moss 53, Christian Ingram 47 and Nathan Jones, 57.

Park View Dragons Golfers Take District Win Over Greensville

On Monday, the Park View golfers put together a sterling performance to defeat Greensville at the Dragons’ home course, the South Hill Country Club. The Dragons bested the Eagles by a 164-179 margin. The good news for the Dragons was some new players are making their presence known, adding depth to an already well-rounded team.

Senior Hunter Sykes led the Dragons with a 3-over-par 38 over the nine-hole layout. Stalwart sophomore Kelsey Moseley followed with a round of 41, matched by senior Kenston Hardee with 41. Rounding out the match scores for the Dragons were Jackson Moseley (44), Patrick Moss (52) and Mason Mills (53).

Today, weather permitting, the Dragons will travel to Cypress Cove Country Club for a multi-team match against Franklin, Surry and host team Southampton. This has become an important match because the Dragons have beaten Southampton once this season but have lost to them twice. The regular season Tri-Rivers District title may hang in the balance.

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