Golfers remain second in CPC
Published 8:54 am Thursday, March 30, 2023
For the third meet in a row, Davie’s golf team added to its lead over Reagan, West Forsyth, East Forsyth and Mt. Tabor. On the flip side, though, Davie lost ground to Reynolds for the second meet in a row, the first-place Demons extending their lead over second-place Davie to 13 strokes.
At 156, Reynolds captured the meet at Winding Creek Golf Course on March 20. Davie was next at 162, followed by Reagan (166), Mt. Tabor (168), East Forsyth (187) and West Forsyth (187).
Walker Jones carded a season-best 2-over 38, four shots off the pace and good for a tie for fourth overall. Tripp Bradshaw tied for eighth at 40, matching his best round of the season. Colby Moore shot 41, while Cooper Drum and Anderson Beliveau had 43s.
The order in the Central Piedmont Conference standings did not change. The top three teams heading into the week were Reynolds (617), Davie (630) and Reagan (638).
One day later, Davie easily defeated the Nation Ford Falcons, who traveled 90 miles from Fort Mill, S.C., to Pudding Ridge.
Beliveau’s 2-over 37 led the way as Davie shot 154 to the Falcons’ 191. Drum, Moore, Jones and Landon Parkard turned in 39s.