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ACHS Boys Golf Team wins Commodore Classic

2014-08-27 - Tates Creek Country Club, 1400 Gainesway DR, Lexington, KY - Photo by Duane Bonifer.
The Adair County High School boys' golf team had a winning start
to its 2014 season as the team won the Commodore Classic, held Saturday, August 23, 2014 hosted by Tates Creek High School, at Tates Creek Country Club in Lexington, Kentucky. Team members are, from left: Korey Hundley, senior; Tanner Garmon, senior; Riley Grant, senior; and Jameson Miller, sophomore. Not pictured: Joseph Farmer, junior. Garmon shot a team-low 72 to tie for second place as an individual in the tournament. The team shot 407: Grant, 79; Hundley, 79; Miller, 78; and Farmer, 99. The team is coached by Chris Lewis. - Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College

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