earns medalist honors
with sensational 65
SEYMOUR – Bedford North Lawrence finished third in the five-team Seymour Invitational at Shadowood Golf Course on Wednesday afternoon.
No.14 Floyd Central dominated the event with a team total of 318, beating Madison by 37 strokes. BNL totaled 374, followed by Seymour (396) and Brownstown (425).
Seymour’s Paxton DeHaven was the individual star. She fired a school-record 65 (7-under) to earm medalist honors.
BNL’s scores were far more typical and normal. Kennedy Holtsclaw carded an 81, Alaina McFadden added a 91 and Megan Cheek finished with 97.
“This isn’t the start I envisioned for this team,” BNL coach Aaron Sanders said. “It was very similar to Tuesday (in the BNL Invitational). We hit a lot of great shots and then have a hole sneak up and bite us. But we have some hard working kids and I’m confident we’ll get it going in the right direction.”
DeHaven was 10 shots clear of her closest competition. Floyd Central’s Eliza Hudson and Madison’s Amanda Detmer posted 75s.
Bailee Gilmore completed BNL’s scoring with 105.
“It seems like they all have different issues right now,” Sanders said. “We’ve got a couple of days to figure it out before we head to The Legends. It’s going to be a great field so we have to be ready.”
Floyd Central 318, Madison 355, Bedford North Lawrence 374, Seymour 396, Brownstown 425
Floyd Central: Hudson 75, Hartlage 81, Stanley 80, Dankavich 82, Garrett 93
Madison: Detmer 75, Holt 78, Velasco 97, Johnson 105, Dean 114
BNL: Holtsclaw 81, McFadden 91, Cheek 97, Gilmore 105, Duncan 116
Seymour: DeHaven 65, Sutton 95, Clark 113, Krumme 123, Axsom 126
Brownstown: Stevens 97, Hattabaugh 104, Tormoehlen 117, Collins 109, Chastain 115