E.A. Sports Today

Monday golf

 Spain Park player, team lead Hoover’s March Madness; White Plains ninth in a logjam, Glencoe 13th

By East Alabama Sports Today
Hanna Dyar shot an 85 to stand in 16thplace and the White Plains girls golf team is among a group of six teams separated by six shots for fourth place after Monday’s opening round of the Hoover Girls March Madness Tournament at the Hoover Country Club.
White Plains posted 267 as a team to stand ninth, but one shot separates each of Enterprise, McGill-Toolen, Trinity Presbyterian, Mountain Brook, Huntsville and the Lady Wildcats on the leaderboard.
White Plains also counted an 89 from Lexee Cunningham and a 93 from Baylie Webb. 
Glencoe is 13thin the field. The Lady Jackets were led Lauren Cole, whose opening-round 89 is tied for 24th.
Spain Park leads the team race by six shots over Providence Christian. The Lady Jags’Marilyn Steed leads the race for low medalist by four after shooting a 2-under 70.
The tournament concludes Tuesday at Oxmoor Valley.
irst-round scores
At Hoover CC
Team scores: Spain Park 235, Providence Christian 241, Hoover 255, Enterprise 261, McGill-Toolen 263, Trinity Presbyterian 264, Mountain Brook 265, Huntsville 266, White Plains 267, Vestavia 275, Hewitt-Trussville 290, Prattville 310, Glencoe 322, Helena 326, Central Phenix City 356, Florence 411.
Individual top 10
Marilyn Steed, SP     70
Elisabeth Preus, Aub74
Allison Howard, PC   75
Emilia Smith, Ent     77
Taylor Trible, SP      77
L.C. Goodson, MB     80
Emma Cox, PC        80
Neysa Dechachutinan, Hoo   81
Ashley-Sinclair Curtis, Ent    82
Virginia Ann Holmes, TP     82
Gentry Scott, Jem      82

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