MASON, W.Va. — The Wahama White Falcon varsity golf team entertained two TVC Hocking opponents, Miller and Federal Hocking, Monday night at Riverside Golf Course in Mason County.
Wahama’s total score in the play six, count four, nine-hole event was 181. That was just enough to edge the TVC Hocking Division second place team Miller by a scant two strokes. Federal Hocking also participated in the match, but found it necessary to forfeit to both of the other teams.
The match was close from start to finish. The final totals were not decided until the final score cards were submitted. Both schools played consistent golf with each team having four players shooting under 50 for the match.
The White Falcons were led by Sophomore Nathan Redman who posted a 42 for his efforts. That score also gave Nathan his first career medalist honors. Michael MacKnight finished second for the winners with a 43.
Michael Hendricks and Nolan Pierce each shot 48 to give the Wahama team its final tally. Benjamin Foreman and Mason Hicks also played for Wahama with their scores of 50 and 53 respectively not included in the winning score.
Miller High School achieved their final total of 183 with a pair of 43s turned in by Shawn Hayes and Chris Gamble. Scotty Duffy added a 48, while Austin Doughty shot 49. Colton Pargeon score of 56 was not part of the final total.
The scores and names for the 5 players for Federal Hocking were not available at press time. Wahama’s TVC Hocking record is now 9-5 and overall record stands at 31-14.