Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Mason County's state tourney streak ends, Knox qualifies as runner-up

The Mason County Royals streak of eight straight trips to the state golf tournament ended today with a fourth place finish in the Region 8 tournament at Laurel Oaks Golf Course.

Mason County senior B.J. Knox was the individual runner-up and advances to the Leachman Buick-GMC/KHSAA State Tournament. Knox shot a one-over 73.

Bishop Brossart senior Joey Ampfer fired a one-under 71 to win the individual title and led the Mustangs to the team championship. Bishop Brossart had a 314 total

Grant County finished second at 330. Bishop Brossart and Grant County both qualified for the state tournament. Harrison County took third place at 332 and Mason County was fourth at 337.

Fleming County junior Jordan Hughes shot a three-over 75 to take third place and is an individual qualifier for the state tournament which takes place October 7 and 8 at Bowling Green Country Club.

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