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By Taylor Wren
The Jersey County Panthers match against the Triad Knights Wednesday afternoon was at Westlake Country Club for one of their home matches. The lower temperature of the evening was quite refreshing, however the wind was not the greatest for the players.
“Conditions were not ideal today with the wind, so scores were a little higher than normal,” Coach Bryan Brown said.
The evening did end with a win for our local Jersey Panthers with a score of 166 to Triad 188.
“Mason Seymour was the medalist once again. He has been the medalist in 3 of the 4 home matches this season. It’s nice to see him playing consistently,” Brown said. “We have a great bunch of guys this year. We are heavy with senior leadership. We have 4 seniors, Mason Seymour, Tyler Noble, Austin Hayes and Garret Smith.”
These four seniors currently hold the top four spots for the season. The team has been very competitive in every match thus far.
“In the 1st 18 hole tournament of the year we took 3rd place out of 16 teams,” Brown said. “We have been competitive in every match this season, with Junior Sean Churchman and Sophomore Bradley Isringhausen rounding out our top 6.”
The scores for this match for mentioned players were as listed: Medalist: Mason Seymour – 39, Co – Runner up: Austin Hayes and Sean Churchman – 42, Garret Smith 43, Bradley Isringhausen 43, Tyler Noble 46. Par was 35 and the team’s current record now standing at a strong 6-2. Let’s go Panthers!