CHS golfers cruise past Saints, ‘Dogs

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, March 28, 2000

Cathedral’s golf team got a 34 from Mark Carter as the Green Wave finished at 161 to defeat St. Andrews by 15 shots and Natchez High by 39 shots Monday at the Duncan Park golf course.

Despite the win, Cathedral golf coach Terry Moffett said the team still needs to play better.

&uot;We’re a little inconsistent right now. I want them peaking toward the end of April.&uot;

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Cathedral captured the Class 1A state championship last year, but will be facing St. Andrews in Class 2A after moving up a classification this school year.

Carter’s 34 was the lowest score by any player on the three teams.

Christopher Martin and Josh Ford each shot a 42 and Wyler Murray shot a 43.

&uot;Mark is playing some real good golf right now,&uot; coach Moffett said. &uot;He’s been playing real consistent.&uot;

Creighton Hardy led St. Andrews with a 41, followed by Chase Bryan’s 42, Nick Payne’s 45, and Alan Landrum’ 48.

Brandon Miller led Natchez High with a 47, followed by Michael Pace with a 49, and a pair of 52s from Betsy Powell and Akeem West.

Natchez High and Cathedral will be playing in the Natchez High Invitational Tournament Thursday at Duncan Park.

Tee time is 10 a.m.