Grafton Golfers compete in two tournaments

GHS freshman golfer Dustin Keener hits a drive in a recent match. Photo credit: Scott Reed/Mountain Statesman

GRAFTON—After two solid performances in which they finished tied for second in a quad match and finished first the next day in yet another, the Grafton Bearcats golf team sent four golfers to two scheduled tournaments in the past four days at various courses in NCWV.
On Friday, GHS head coach Ed Moore took four golfers to the Bel Meadows Golf Course in Clarksburg and then took the same four players to a tournament in Wheeling this past Monday.
At Bel Meadows, senior Chris Miller led the Bearcats with a solid round of 77, followed by freshmen Aiden Sheme and Dustin Keener carding 109’s. Senior Frankie Spring also turned in a 115 to help the Bearcats to a 21st place finish at the event.
On Monday, the Bearcats headed to Oglebay Resort in Ohio County for another tournament against some of the top talent in the area.
Miller again led the Bearcats with a score of 78, followed by Keener (108), Spring (112), and Sheme (114).
The Bearcats were back in action yesterday as they played in an event at the Stonewall Resort in Lewis county, although results from that match were not immediately available. Other teams participating were East Fairmont and Lewis County.
The next event for Grafton will be at Cacapon State Park (Berkeley Springs) and the Bearcats will send six golfers to that event.
Results will be posted as information becomes available.


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