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By Dan Perrine
For The Record 

Local high school golfers conclude season and receive honors

 

Last updated 5/14/2024 at 10:53am

Rylie Kethan, Abby Slaughter, Emma Pierrottie, Lela Francis, and Jordyn Rucker of the Orangefield girls golf team were district champions and reached the state finals where they competed well

The state golf tournaments held the last two days of April for the boys and the first week of May for the girls concluded this year's UIL high school golf competition. It was a successful season for several local high school golfers in Orange County.

Two weeks ago Lincoln Parks of Orangefield took first runner up in the Class 3A boys competition. Parks, a junior, shot a 72 on both days of the tournament to finish at 144 just one stroke out first place.

The Orangefield Lady Bobcat golf team finished the girls two days of play at the ShadowGlen Golf Club in Manor on Tuesday, May 7. The Bobcat girls represented the orange and white very well on a very beautiful and challenging course. The Lady Bobcats ended their season as a Class 3A State Finalist after winning their second straight district championship.

Three seniors Lela Francis, Rylie Kethan, and Emma Pierrottie led the Orangefield girl golfers this year. Joining the golf team and contributing to its success were under classmen Abby Slaughter and Jordyn Rucker.

As a reminder the Bridge City girls' golf team won a second straight district championship in Class 4A the last week of March. Team members were Ashley Hale, Heidi Broussard, Reece Molina, Kamryn Lumpkin, and Aubrey Carpenter.

The All District Golf Teams in District 19-4A for the girls and the boys were released the first week of May. Bridge City and Little Cypress Mauriceville golf teams placed multiple members on both the girls and boys teams.

The girls at Bridge City won their district championship in golf with Ashley Hale, Heidi Broussard, Reece Molina, Kamryn Lumpkin, and Aubrey Carpenter

In the girls All-District Team the Newcomer of the Year was freshman Aubrey Carpenter from Bridge City. Ray Weaver of Bridge City was named the Coach of the Year for the girls.

Making the First Team from Bridge City were senior Ashley Hale and junior Reece Molina. Cassie Grizzafi a junior at Little Cypress Mauriceville made the First Team as well.

Second Team honors went to junior Kamryn Lumpkin and freshman Kylie Hantz of Bridge City. Sophomore Paige McKee at Little Cypress Mauriceville also made the Second Team.

Bridge City and Little Cypress Mauriceville both had one boy golfer chosen to be First Team All-District. Sophomore Maddox Manuel with LCM and junior Tyler Fults from Bridge City were so honored.

Braydon Denison a sophomore at Bridge City was selected to the Second Team. Little Cypress Mauriceville senior Carter Foreman also was named to the Second Team All-District.

 

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