Middle School Golf
The middle school golf Warriors wrapped up the season with a third place finish in the conference tournament meet Friday at the Olde Liberty Golf Club in Youngsville. Kinsley Smith won medalist honors with a four over par 40, but Cary Christian (177) and Franklin Academy (185) finished first and second. St. Timothy’s (191). Jack Wilson (46), Christian Seamster (50) and Hutch Marshall (51) completed the Warriors 187 team score. “Kinsley did very well and I’ve seen improvement from everybody since the season started,” said coach Spencer Hensley. “I’m excited to see them next year after they play over the summer.”
The Warriors middle school golfers finished third in Monday’s conference match at the Raleigh Golf Association course. Kinsley Smith won medalist honors with a one under par 35. Christian Seamster and Jack Wilson both shot 44 and Jay Rittenmeyer carded a 50 to complete the St. David’s team total. Cary Christian won the match with a 160 team total. Franklin Academy was second at 171, while the host St. Timothy’s was fourth at 174. “Kinsley played very well and everyone has improved since the season started,” said coach Spencer Hensley. “I’m excited to see what they do in the playoffs at Olde Liberty on May 9th.”
The St. David’s middle school golf team dropped a 10 stroke decision to Cary Christian Monday at the Olde Liberty Golf Club in Wake Forest. Kinsley Smith tied for medalist honors with a six over par 42. Christian Seamster (48), Hutch Marshall (52) and Anders Ferrell (55) completed the Warriors scoring. “We are very close to breaking through and playing consistent golf,” said coach Spencer Hensley. “Our play is starting to reflect the work we’ve been putting in.”
The middle school golf team easily defeated Thales Academy and Neuse Christian Tuesday at Hedingham Golf Club in Raleigh. The Warriors shot a four-person team total of 165 for a 24 stroke win over Thales. Kinsley Smith led SDS and finished second overall with a 37. Anders Ferrell (38), Jack Wilson (44) and Christian Seamster (46) completed the Warriors scoring. “We improved greatly from our first match,” said coach Spencer Hensley. “We’re looking forward to keeping this up as status quo as we prepare for our next match Thursday.” The Warrior play St. Timothy’s at Wildwood Green in Raleigh.