Campbellsville High School boys’ and girls’ golf players brought home honors from the Heartland Conference tournament on Monday, Sept. 12.
The boys’ team finished in second place.
In the individual competition, CHS junior Alex Doss finished in 72 strokes and tied for second place. CHS sophomore Layton Hord finished in third place at 73 strokes. As such, Doss and Hord were named to the all-conference team.
For the girls’ team, sophomore Abbie Dicken competed as an individual and finished in third place. She was also named to the all-conference team.
The tournament was at Lincoln Holmstead in Springfield.
David Payne is the CHS girls’ golf coach.
Dicken will compete again on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Campbellsville Country Club against Thomas Nelson High School.
Jim Ward is the CHS boys’ golf coach.
The team will compete again on Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Marion County and on Thursday, Sept. 15, at Campbellsville Country Club against Nelson County.
CHS boys’ golf team finished the Heartland Conference tournament in second place. From left are sophomore Myles Murrell, junior Alex Doss, senior Noah Wagers, sophomore Layton Hord and junior Connor Wilson.
CHS boys’ golf players sophomore Layton Hord, at left, and junior Alex Doss finished in third and second place, respectively, and were named to the all-conference team.
Those named to the girls’ all-conference team were, from left, CHS sophomore Abbie Dicken, Haley Taylor of Adair County, Maddie Ferrie of Taylor County, and Gracie Parrott and Skye Moss of Green County.
CHS girls’ golf player Abbie Dicken, a sophomore, finished the Heartland Conference in third place and was named to the all-conference team.