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With promising season ahead, Lions’ golf facing tough test / September 14, 2017
The Halifax County Middle School golf team has a promising season ahead, although the Lions had a test yesterday.

Halifax was set to travel to play Ben Franklin Middle in Franklin County.

Lion coach Charlie Payne is optimistic about this year’s squad.

The Lions won their season opener at Greens Folly Golf Course Monday, carding 208 over the nine-hole contest. Ben Franklin was second, with a 225. Msrtinsville was third.

Sarah Lacks led Halifax with a 49, followed by Peyton Wallace with a 52.

Ainsley Gaserini had a 53, followed by J.D. Cunningham with a 54. Will Long carded a 55 and Colby Bates and Brayden Mele had scores of 56.

Hunter Young carded a 59, along with Joseph Roberts. Aaron Crutchfield also had a 59. C.J. DeGraw carded a 60 and Cade Watts had a 63. Alex Payne had a 65, while Peyton Murray scored 67 and Ethan Kirkhart scored 69.

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