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High School Golfers Season Ends at Regionals
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 • Posted April 25, 2012

The Punchers and Cowgirls participated in the Regional golf tournament in Brenham last week. Mondays play was hailed under blustery conditions. Both groups battled the wind while checking over their shoulders for rain and lightning. The rain and lightning did not come but the gnats were looking for cover from the elements which added to frustrations of the day.

Neither the Punchers nor the Cowgirls could get anything going either day and finished out of the gold. The Cowgirls placed 5th and the Punchers tied D’Hanis for 7th. Captains Katherine Koock and Jeffrey Williams felt their teams left a lot of shots out there. We failed to take advantage of key holes and took the max on holes we should have played with caution.

Travis Schovajsa will not be returning to the lineup next year but will be moving on to join our armed forces. Please keep him in your prayers. So, the good news everyone will be returning and we are looking forward to next year’s run at state. Girl’s Results

Utopia 399 411 810 +12

Woodsboro 416 452 868 +36

Medina 450 461 911 +11

Port A 485 444 929 -41

Mason 467 468 935 +1

Runge 487 454 939 -33

Thrall 498 475 973 -23

Leakey 497 486 983 -11

Ganado 503 495 997 -8

Oglesby 509 509 1018 0

Roundtop 523 510 1033 -13

Moulton 568 566 1134 -2

Boy’s Results

Milano 355 370 725 +15

Flatonia 348 379 727 +31

Port Aransas 360 375 735 +15

Moulton 369 370 739 +1

Fall City 387 370 757 -17

Brookland 392 386 778 -6

D’Hanis 380 403 783 +23

Mason 386 398 783 +12

Rochelle 391 398 789 +7

Pine West 381 418 799 +37

Menard 413 401 814 -12

Runge 411 431 844 +20

Roundtop 465 454 919 -15

Fayettville 489 499 988 +10

We did find a magic pill for the gnats, coco butter lotion. It really works!

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