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2A boys and girls State golf tournament comes to an end

On Monday September 11, the Paducah Tilghman Boys and Girls golf teams competed in the 2A Kentucky State Golf tournament at Owensboro Country Club in Owensboro, Kentucky. The PT boys team came in 6th place while lone PT female golfer McCall Moore finished tied for 11th place.

PT golfers qualified for this tournament back in August with a 1st place finish in the 2A regional tournament. With very tough competition in attendance at Owensboro Country Club, the boys managed to stay the course and overcome a rough start for two player in particular. Junior Whitson McNeill started his front 9 holes 10 over par, and managed to follow up his back 9 holes at 1 over par. 8th grade player Evan Hack began his first 9 holes at 11 over par, and brought it back in with a 2 over par on the back 9 holes.

2A State PT Golf results in order L to R in photo:

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Evan Hack: 47-38 -85

Grey Edwards: 47-46 -93

Whitson McNeill: 46-37 -83

Peyton Toon: 38-39 -77

Ford Black: 50-47 -97

McCall Moore: 39-44 -83


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Whitson McNeill, Staff Writer
Whitson is a junior at Paducah Tilghman. He is captain of the boys tennis team and a co-captain of the golf team, as well as a regional champion in both tennis and golf. Whitson is the Vice-President of the Interact Club, treasurer of Student Council, secretary of Future Business Leaders of America, a campus leader for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, PTHS Student Ambassador, Beta Club, Pep Club, and a Paducah Bank Teen Ambassador. His interests include watching and playing sports.

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