Brookhaven captures Trinity tourney

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, April 11, 2000

Craig Smith of Brookhaven fired a 79 to earn top honors and

lead his Cougar squad to the Trinity Golf Invitational championship

Monday at Beau Pre Country Club.

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Brookhaven finished with a team score of 343.

Finishing second19 behind Brookhaven with a 362 score was Adams

County Christian School.

&uot;Beau Pre is a tough course and the win made it tough

on everybody,&uot; said AC head coach Bo Swilley. &uot;But I

thought our kids did a good job. We seem to be improving each

time out.

Clay Strickland led the Rebels with an 84, while Johnathan

Halley was four strokes back at 88.

Daniel Loyd came in iwth a 94, while Trey Isabell fired a 96.

Shane Wells and Brian Hunt shot a 104 and 113, respectively.

Huntington was third with a score of 375.

Donnie Barlow led the Hounds with an 87. Wil Miller fired a

92, while Cody Turnage and Noah Wilson came in at 97 and 99, respectively.

Alan Harris fired an 80 in extra player play, while Nathan

Addison added a 95 and Patrick Clayton a 101.

Wilkinson County Christian Academy was fourth at 385, led by

Kurt Vidrine with a 91. Jacob Townley and George Johnson shot

a 93 and 94, respectively.

Finishing fifth was the host team Trinity at 400.

Lee Jones shot an 87, while Charlie Daniels came in with a

91. Marcus Archer finished at 109, while Wyatt Craig and John

Davis each shot 113.

Pine Hills place sixth a 404, led by David Brown at 94.

Across town at Duncan Park, Cathedral captured a three-team

tournament, shooting a 166.

Richland edged out Natchez, firing a 195 to the Bulldogs’ 196.

Christopher Martin, Mark Carter and Josh Ford each shot a 196

for the Green Wave.

Tyler Crisp finished at 43, Wyler Murray shot a 49 and Scott

Dillon had a 59.

Brandon Miller led Natchez with a 44. Michael Pace fired a

50, while Betsi Powell and Justin McElroy each had 51s. Joe Bell

fired a 57.