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Adair Co. Boys Golf teams have most impressive wins of season
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Riley Grant leads with 37; Alex Durham, Trey Garmon have 39s; Daniel Rarey 41, Austin Cundiff 43 for Varsity. JV scoring: Korey Hundley and Blake Maupin 40s; Tanner Garmon 43, Zach Pyles 50, Jacob Keltner 50, Joseph Farmer 52, Jameson Miller 53, Bryce Farris 61, and Tanner Janes 63 for JV
By Steve Burton, Boys Golf Coach
News from Adair County High School
The Adair County Indians Golf teams picked up their most impressive win of the season on On Wednesday afternoon at The Pines at Lindsey Wilson, their home course at 275 Country Club Road in Columbia, KY. The Indians defeated Glasgow by a score of (156) to (163).
The JV Indians also revenged their only loss in four years by defeating Glasgow by a score of (173) to (189).
Riley Grant, once again, led the Indians attack with a round of 37. Alex Durham and Trey Garmon carded rounds of 39, Daniel Rarey shot a round of 41, and Austin Cundiff's 43 rounded out the scoring for the tribe.
Coach's Comment: I am extremely proud of all of our guys today. They answered the challenge that was in front of them today. We knew how good Glasgow is but, we also know how good we can be as well. It feels good to pick up a win like this and the best thing is we didn't even play our best golf. I am excited about the full potential of this team. - Coach Burton. The Indians improve to 12-0 on the season while the JV Indians improved to 5-0-1.
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