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ACHS Girls' Golf: Adair 4th in Lady Raider at Paul Walker Course

Team Score: ACHS 365, a team best. INDIVIDUAL ACHS: Emilee Royse 89, and Rachel Phipps 88, both shot their personal best in tournament play. Jessica Simpson 110. Abby Roys 102. Ashley Goodin 86. NEXT: ACHS hosts Clinton Co at The Pines.
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By Kim Goodin, ACHS Girls Golf Coach

Adair Girls' Golf finished 4th out of 11 teams in the Lady Raider Invitational on Saturday, September 10, 2011 in Bowling Green, KY at Paul Walker Golf Course, 1044 Covington ST, Bowling Green, KY. MAP

After a week of rain and cancellations (Clinton at Dale Hollow & Green Co. at Green) the girls' golf team came out on Saturday with a team best tournament score of 365. We haven't scored that well since 2009 when we had a 359 in the Kentucky Invitation Tournament (KIT).


We talked about going to the tournament with a good attitude and just trying to enjoy the day.

Adair posted firsts for the team:
- Emilee Royse (89) and Rachel Phipps (88) shot their personal best in tournament play.
- Jessica Simpson played in her first ever tournament shooting a 110.
Individual scoring: Abby Royse (102) improved her score by 11 strokes over last year. Ashley Goodin rounded out the scoring with an 86.Henderson Co. won the tournament shooting a 353, 2nd place Warren East 362, and 3rd place went to Madison - North Hopkins with a 363.

Coach's critique: I was really pleased with our effort Saturday. We started out kind of slow and as the day warmed up so did we. We seem to be playing better at a good time of the year. I hope we can keep it up. -COACH KIM GOODIN.

Next for the girls' golf team:

Adair Co. HS girls golf hosts Clinton Co. HS at The Pines at Lindsey Wilson (MAP
on Monday, September 12, 2011. Tee time approximately 4pmCT, at The Pines at Lindsey Wilson, 275 Country Club Road, Columbia, KY


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Rachel Phipps on her way to personal best



2011-09-11 - Paul Walker Golf Course, 1044 Covington ST, Bowling Green, KY - Photo by Kim Goodin.
Adair County High School Girls Golfer Rachel Phipps takes aim at her personal best score in tournament play shooting an 88 at Paul Walker Golf Course, 1044 Covington ST, Bowling Green, KY. MAP


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ACHS Girls Golf: Emilee Royse on way to personal best 89



2011-09-11 - Paul Walker Golf Course, 1044 Covington ST, Bowling Green, KY - Photo by Kimberly Goodin.
Adair County Girls Golfer Emilee Royse on her way to a personal best score of 89 in tournament play at Paul Walker Golf Course, 1044 Covington ST, Bowling Green, KY. MAP


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