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SCISA AAA Trinity Collegiate, AA Hilton Head Christian & Class A Cambridge Academy Claim 2021 Golf Championships

SCISA AAA Trinity Collegiate, AA Hilton Head Christian & Class A Cambridge Academy Claim 2021 Golf Championships

By: Gerald Doolittle

HSSR Historian

Conway, S.C. – The South Carolina Independent Schools Association crowned its 2021 Golf Champions on April 27 at the Coastal Carolina University Hackler Course.

Trinity Collegiate won the AAA title with a 12-stroke advantage over second place Porter-GaudHilton Head Christian won the AA title with a 14-stroke advantage over Palmetto ChristianCambridge Academy claimed the Class Atitle with a 55-stroke advantage over Wardlaw Academy.

Trinity Collegiate won the AAA title with a two-day total of 588.  Following in order of finish was Porter Gaud (600), Hilton Head Prep (620), Wilson Hall (653), Hammond (659), Augusta Christian (680), Cardinal Newman (683), Ben Lippen (685), Laurence Manning (723), Pinewood Prep (757), Northwood (800) and First Baptist (825).

The Trinity Collegiate Titans were led by USC bound Gene Zeigler whose two- day score was 144.  “Gene is a phenomenal player,” said Coach Michael Hawk. “Every time he tees it up, he has an opportunity to win.  Being with him on our team the past six years has been a great joy of mine, seeing him from the seventh grade all the way to his senior year in development and what he has been able to accomplish.”

Pake June the Titans number two player backed Zeigler up with a two-day score of 146. “Pake is another one of those players who every time he tees off, has an opportunity to win,” said Coach Hawk.

Drew Jeffords and Jay Smith came in with scores of 147 and 151.  The fifth player on the team, Thomas Davis, finished with a 163 score.

The Porter-Gaud Cyclones was led to the second-place finish by Lucas Acevedo with a 144 score.  Other players in order of finish were Campbell Skelly (149), Rowan Sullivan (151), Hale Ferguson (160) and Henry Apple (162).

The Hilton Head Prep Dolphins were led to a third-place finish by Camila Burnett and Zach Boorom with 152 scores followed by Jeep Patrick and Tripp Hedden with scores of 155 and 172.

Zach Adams from First Baptist with a two-day score of 142 claimed the Class 3-A Medalist Award.

The Hilton Head Christian Eagles (597) were led to the Class 2-A title by Max Green with a two-day score of 140.  That score also gave him the Medalist Award for Class 2-A.

The other Hilton Head Christian players in order of finish were Ethan Ducharme (150), Aiden LaBlanc (153), Sean Engler (154) and Hudson Buck (157).

The Palmetto Christian Eagles (611) was led to the second place finished by Alex Stephens with a score of 143.  Following in order of finish was Andrew Propes (148), John Michael Jenkins (159) and Ava Romfo (161).

Orangeburg Prep (626) was led to the Class 2-A third place finish by Harris Holstein with a 143 score.   Following in order of finish were Andrew Hunter (158), Matthew Zeigler (159), Jody Gillam (170) and Walt Mims (173).

Other team scores in order of finish were Spartanburg Day (630), Carolina Academy (661), Spartanburg Christian (698), Shannon Forest (711), Pee Dee Academy (713), Williamsburg Academy (721) and Calhoun Academy (769).

The Cambridge Academy Cougars coached by Eric Massey dominated the Class 1-A field with a 55-stroke win over second place Wardlaw Academy and a team score of 651.

The Cougars were led by Spence Hagood (so) with a score of 156.  Followed in order of finish was Seth Massey (160), Josh Brown (165) and Andrew Wiley (170).

The Wardlaw Academy Patriots finished second with a 706 score.  Baylor Geer led the way with a score 157.  Following in order of finish were Jon Donwen (177), Hudson Manly (185) and John David Satcher (187).

Holy Trinity finished third with a 735-team score.  Bray Sheehan led the way with a 174-score followed by Barnes Gooding (175), Luke Simonis (188), Will Schoen (198) and Ellison Hapner (211).

Other 1-A team scores in order of finish were Mead Hall (753), Richard Winn Academy (797), Patrick Henry Academy (817), Low Country Prep (852) and Dorchester Academy (858).

Chuck Stanley from Mead Hall was the Class A Medalist Award winner with a 148 score.

 

 


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