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GHS linksters open 2019 season

GHS linksters open 2019 season

The Greenwood Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs have already opened their 2019 seasons with matches at Mountain Home and Rogers.

On August 5-6 both GHS teams competed in the Ultimate Auto Group Invitational in Mountain Home. The Lady Bulldogs placed third overall. The GHS boys were competitive on day one, but fell out of contention in the second round, according to new Head Coach Tyler Woods.

The GHS girls combined for a team total score of 268, finishing third. Grace Woody fired an 86 to pace the Lady Bulldogs, followed by Hallie Jones (90) and Ella Austin (92).

This past Monday the GHS girls and boys played in the Mountie Invitational in Rogers. Siloam Springs also competed in the three-team field.

The Lady Bulldogs placed first with a team score of 265, more than 70 shots ahead of second place Rogers (339) and almost 100 shots better than the Siloam Springs girls.

Sophomore Grace Woody led the way with a team best 85 over 18 holes, followed by senior Ella Austin with an 86. Sophomore Hallie Jones carded a 94 to round out the scoring. The GHS trio also finished as the top three medalists.

The Greenwood girls also have a new head coach in Ronnie Sockey, who served as an assistant the past two seasons for former head coach Ronnie Williams, now retired.

The GHS boys combined for a second-place finish behind Rogers (317). The Bulldogs carded a 349, over 50 shots better than third-place Siloam Springs (405).

Senior Landon Tuck led the ‘Dogs with a team low score of 84, followed by juniors Ethan Clarke (87), Hayden Weaver (87), and Brady Fein (91).

Both GHS teams will host Springdale Har-Ber at Greenwood’s Vache Grasse Country Club on Thursday in a 9-hole match. The boys will travel to Springdale next Monday.

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