By: Lee Ramsey

Seymour standout golfer Wes Jones watches his tee shot. (the Herald / Lee Ramsey)

Seymour standout golfer Wes Jones watches his tee shot. (the Herald / Lee Ramsey)

The Seymour golf team wrapped up their regular golf season at home with a win over the South-Doyle Cherokees 155 to 165.  The Lady Eagles lost their match to the Lady Cherokees 84 to 74.

Seymour played their last home match at Creekside Plantation Golf Course.

The boys were led by medalist Wes Jones with an even par 35. He was followed by Peyton Pressley with a 39, Trey Myrick 40 and Eli Jenkins 41.

South-Doyle’s Mason led the Cherokees with a 38, Hood 40, Jones 43 and Thomas 45.

The matches are played from the back tees at Creekside therefore making a score of 35 by Jones even more impressive.

In the girls match, medalist Shaw shot an even par score of 35 also to lead the Lady Cherokees.  She was followed by Snapp with a 39.

The Lady Eagles were led by Katelyn Witucki with a 41 and Shelby Stinnett with a 43.

The girls play from the up tees at Creekside.

“The boys played pretty well, especially Wes (Jones) with his even par 35,” said Gary Householder.

“The girls didn’t post bad scores for them, but when you run into a team with both scores in the thirties, you’re in trouble especially if one score is even par.”

Householder’s Seymour golf team now set their sights toward the all important post season competition, the district and, if they qualify, the region and possibly state.

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