Hill, Boyle girls win

Lincoln boys suffer first loss

September 16, 2003

Christina Hill of Danville shot the low score of the match and the Boyle County girls scored low enough to defeat Mercer County on Monday at Harrodsburg.

Hill shot a 42 at Bright Leaf Golf Course, two strokes better than Krista Honchell of Mercer.

Katie Layfield shot 48 to lead Boyle, which had a team score of 217. Amber Baker followed with a 52, Stephanie Elks shot 56 and Carolann Buchanan shot 61.

Anne Montgomery shot 48 for Danville.


Mercer County 164, Harrodsburg 184 - At Harrodsburg, Will Davis shot a 2-under-par 34 to lead Mercer's victory at Bright Leaf.

Andrew Yeast and Mason Ward shot 42 for Mercer, and Nick Patterson shot 46.

Hunter Burton shot 39 to lead Harrodsburg, followed by Noah Burton at 42, Brandon Lay at 48 and Brennan Long at 55.


West Jessamine 158, Lincoln County 164, Danville 182 - At Stanford, Lincoln suffered its first loss of the season as two West Jessamine golfers shot below 40.

"It was our second-worst score of the year," Lincoln coach Willie Hoskins said. "Playing at home you expect to shoot a little better, but sometimes that's the way it is."

David Grigson and Craig Noland each shot 40 to lead Lincoln (16-1), followed by Chris Carter at 42 and Taylor Hafley at 43.

Ben Fuqua led Danville at 38, followed by Staton Nesbitt and Patrick Yankey at 49, Matthew Bibb at 51 and Ben Hastie at 55.

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