SMS golf improves to 9-0 record
Seymour found its way to lost creek for a three-way middle school golf match Thursday and came away with wins over Rush Strong and Westview. Two Eagles posted their career best scores for nine holes in the meet. Seymour Middle ended the day with a blistering 169 total for their best four low scores over the nine holes played. Westview finished with 181 and Rush Strong ended the afternoon with a 221.
Westview’s Aaron Meon took an individual first with a 39 on the home course. Andrew Ramsey had another good afternoon with a 41, but Tyler Sharp was in his best groove ever, putting in at a 41 of his own to tie Ramsey for second low in the match. Spencer Rudder was feeling his swing as well. The seventh grader was just one stroke back with the fourth best score of the afternoon at 42. The mark was also his personal best. Jeffrey Giles rounded out the Eagles with a 45 that was still good for sixth.
Seymour is undefeated over its seven matches, posting two three way wins on the young season. The team reported a good turnout for their fundraising tournament at Creekside and would like to thanks those players for their support of the Eagles.