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BSHS golfers currently in sixth place at state tourney

May 3, 2013

The Big Spring golfers are in sixth place with a score of 336 at the state championship toruney at Jimmy Clay Golf Course in Austin.

AUSTIN — After the first round of action at Jimmy Clay Golf Course, the Big Spring boy's golf team is sitting in sixth place with a combined score of 336.

All five Steer golfers managed to shoot in the 80s despite facing yet another day of bad weather on the links.

Tyler Bryan shot 82; Tate Kennedy and Devin Roberson each recorded 84 strokes, Ryan Pollard shot 86 and Jason Guevara rounded out the Steers with a total of 88.

Andrews is currently in first place with a score of 316. Argyle is in second with 319 and the next five teams including Big Spring are in the 330s — with seventh place Fredericksburg holding a 12 stroke lead over eighth place Boerne.

Last year, the Steers finished seventh in the state in Class 3A.
The second round is taking place today at Jimmy Clay.

Final results will be in Sunday's edition of the Herald.

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