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Hornet Golf Looks Impressive in Preparation for All “A” Week

Collin Shive holes out at Hidden Hills for the Hornets Tuesday Picture courtesy of Laurel Garrett

By T.J. Morgan

Freelance Sports Writer


Traveling to Hidden Hills in Tompkinsville last Tuesday, the Hornets would put up a team score of 169, just behind the home Monroe squad (161), but well ahead of Edmonson (235).

Helping lead the way to their second-place finish was low man Noah Emmitt, who put up an impressive +1, 37, on the day. Kruz Tucker (41), Collin Shive (43), and Kailin Birge (48) also brought in qualifying rounds for the Hornets.

Thursday the clubs would catch fire for the Hornets. Ben Shirley would post a personal record -3, 33, as Metcalfe (152) took the match from Cumberland (164) and Clinton (171). Collin would be close behind Ben, bringing in a 37, with Kruz (40) and Noah (42).

After an impressive Thursday at Dale Hollow, the boys make a return there Monday looking for another first place finish as Dale Hollow plays home to the All “A” Classic. Tuesday the Hornets will travel to the Green County Country Club to take on the Dragons, then they will return to the friendly confines of Kentucky Hills in Summer Shade for a rematch against Monroe.


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