The Tullahoma High School girls team capped off the regular season with a win, taking first place in a nine-hole matchup over Shelbyville and Coffee County at Lakewood Golf & Country Club on Thursday.
The Lady Wildcats combined to score an 81 during Thursday’s matchup. Shelbyville finished in second with an 89, while Coffee County rounded out the scores at 133.
Mallory TeVrucht led Tullahoma, putting up a 40 during her nine-hole round. Teammate Grae Hicks added a 41 to round out the Lady Wildcats’ final tally.
In high school girls golf, a team’s score is determined by its top two scorers. Ava Catherine Banks also shot for Tullahoma, putting up a 43, however, her score did not go into the Lady Wildcats’ final tally.
Tullahoma had the top three shooters on Thursday. Hannah Campbell, from Shelbyville, put up a 43, while her teammate Kendall Dearing added a 46.
On the boys side, Tullahoma finished second out of the three teams competing, combining to score a 184 on the day. Shelbyville took first with a score of 154, while Coffee County finished third at 199.
The Wildcats were led by Andrew Cardosi on the day, who carded a 36. Sebi Aguirre added a 44 for Tullahoma, while Chase Wiley scored a 50 and Isaac Lynch put up a 54.
The District 8-AAA Tournament is scheduled to take place on Sept. 30 at The Bear Trace at Tims Ford Lake. Start time for that 18-hole tournament is scheduled for 8 a.m.