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Donoho’s LeCroy, Fort Payne (in a playoff) win White Plains’ Boys Invitational; Donoho, Faith in state tennis

By East Alabama Sports Today
Donoho senior Jacob LeCroy shot a 6-under-par 66 to win medalist honors Monday and Fort Payne won a scorecard playoff over Hartselle for the team title in the White Plains Boys Invitational at Silver Lakes.
On a day of exceptional scores, LeCroy won individual honors by two shots over Fort Payne teammates Dawson Garrett and Harris Davis. The top 12 individual players shot scores of par of better. 
Fort Payne and Hartselle both posted team scores of 292 in regulation, but Fort Payne won the scorecard playoff by playing No. 9 Mindbreaker in 2-over while Hartselle played the hole in 5-over.
Host White Plains finished third at 294, with Homewood (296) and Oneonta (312) rounding out the top five. Donoho was 10th, Oxford 11th, White Plains B 12thand Weaver 17th.
Kenny Okins led White Plains with 70. The Wildcats also counted a 73 from Andrew Miller, 74 from Gage Miller and 77 from Wesley Jenkins. 
The White Plains Girls Invitational tees off Tuesday.
Team scores
y-Fort Payne 292
Hartselle 292
White Plains A 294
Homewood 296
Oneonta 312
Randolph A 314
Westbrook Christian 317
Madison Academy 328
Hokes Bluff 330
Donoho 339
Oxford 343
White Plains B 354
Northridge Blue 355
Randolph B 366
Westminster 380
Northridge Black 439
Weaver 476
y-won on scorecard playoff

Individual top 15
x-Jacob LeCroy, Donoho 66
x-Dawson Garrett, Fort Payne 68
x-Harris Davis, Fort Payne 68
x-Tristin Wisener, Hartselle 69
x-William Weathington, Westbrook 69
x-Teagan Miller, Madison Academy 70
x-Ren Riley, Homewood 70
x-Charles Warren, Randolph A 70
x-Mark Sawyer, Cedar Bluff 70
x-Kenny Okins, White Plains A 70
Nathan Fenza, Madison Academy 71
Will Patrick, Oneonta 72
Cameron Spehar, Hartselle 73
Ryley Heath, Hartselle 73
Avery Stonsell, Homewood 73
Andrew Miller, White Plains A 73

State tennis

MONTGOMERY – Donoho’s boys tennis team is third and its girls fourth after the first day of the AHSAA Class 1A-3A Championships at Lagoon Park Tennis Center.
The Donoho boys scored 24 points and trail co-leaders Houston Academy and Saint James by 18 points. The girl team scored 27 points and   trail co-leaders St. Luke’s and Saint James (36) and Bayside Academy (30).
Donoho’s Cooper Montgomery won two matches, Harrison Han reached the third round and the doubles team of Han-Rhett Rigsby won two matches.
On the girls side, Virginia Hutto, Lily Grace Draper, Claire Walker and Mary Marshall Perry all reached the third round; Emma Wiedmer and Claire Hillman drew byes into the second round.
Faith Christian’s girls are ninth with 10 points. No. 1 singles Zana Christjohn and No. 2 S.J. Christjohn won their first-round matches.

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