Adair splits in tri-match with Cumberland, Clinton counties

The ACHS girls golf team split in a tri-match against Cumberland and Clinton counties on Tuesday.

Adair County carded a score of 196 over Cumberland County’s 244. However, Clinton County carded a score of 193. Adair County was led by senior Ashley Goodin (41). Goodin carded the low score of the day followed by Junior Rachel Phipps (48), senior Abby Royse (52), 7th grader Hailey Taylor (55), freshman Madison Bell (66), 7th grader Lauran McQuaide (85).

Clinton County was led by Addison Bernard (47), Ansley Stalcup (47), Bree Boils (48) and Sam Stinson (51). Cumberland County was led by Keylee Stalcup (52), Brooklyn Wright (60), Molly Morgan (66) and Holly Gross (66).

“I had hoped we would come away with two wins but Clinton edged us out,” said coach Kim Goodin. “This course is tough to play and walk so I cut our girls a little slack today. The Regional Tournament will be held at Dale Hollow this year so it is nice to get on this course to play a couple of times."

Adair County will be back in action today against Casey County at The Pines, 275 Country Club Rd., Columbia. Tee time is set for 3:30 p.m. CST.

Rachel Phipps' group sharing a smile as deer crossed the fairway in front of hole #8 tee box. Golfer to right of Rachel is Bree Boils from Clinton Co. In golf cart is Holly Gross's parents as she was on the tee box as the deer were passing by.

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