BULLARD — Tyler Terry captured medalist honors to help lead Tyler Junior College to first place in the TJC Fall Invitational Golf Tournament on Tuesday at Oak Hurst Golf Course.
The Apaches combined for a 586 (287-299) to win by four strokes over Paris Junior College (300-290—590).
Ranger, paced by runner-up medalist Parker Rogers, placed third with a 604, while TJC’s No. 2 squad placed fourth (300-305—605). There were nine teams entered.
Terry, a sophomore from Hurst, defeated Rogers in a playoff for medalist honors. Both shot 141s with Terry carding rounds of 68 and 73, while Rogers had rounds of 69 and 72.
Baylor’s Matthew Seligmann won bronze with a 145 (74-71).
Rounding out the top 10 were: 4, Ben Welker, Paris, 76-70—146; T5, Chris Cotton, TJC, 72-75—147; T5, Zac Oliver, Paris, 73-74—147; T7, Cameron Lindell, TJC, 69-79—148; T7, Ross Arrington, TJC No. 2, 74-74—148; T7, M.J. Gheme, Jacksonville College, 76-72—148; and T7, Zach Looney, Texas A&M-Texarkana, 73-75—148.
Max Rosen (79-75—154) and Kyle Booza (78-76—154) were also members of TJC’s first place team.
Dayton Osborne (77-74–151), Austin Hinton (72-80—152) and Jonathan Singleton (77-77—154) rounded out the TJC second team.
Joining Gheme on the Jacksonville squad, which finished sixth (627) behind UT Dallas (619), were Matt Hance (78-78—156), Will Langston (81-81—162), Brandon McCallister (82-80—162) and Christian Rang (87-80—167).
A&M-Texarkana placed seventh at 629, followed by LeTourneau (656) and Jacksonville College No. 2 (657).
Members of the LeTourneau squad were Hayden Adams (78-79—157), Eric Boone (79-85—163), Will Park (78-86—164), Colby Scott (91-85—176) and Jacob Soerens (87-93—180).
Others on the JC No. 2 team were Chance Brown (80-78—158), Brandon Burkhart (82-78—160), John Dobbs (81-80—161) and Trey Manis (96-82—178).
Apache Ladies take win
BULLARD — The Tyler Junior College golf team occupied the top five spots as the Apache Ladies rolled to victory in the TJC Fall Invitational on Tuesday at Oak Hurst Golf Course.
The Apache Ladies combined for a 637 (324-313) to place ahead of Jacksonville College (408-379—787). Allyson Harris, a sophomore from Nacogdoches, won medalist honors with a 154 (79-75).
Rounding out the top five for the Apache Ladies were Lisa Frauenberger (77-78—155), Katharine Bunting (82-80—162), Alexandria Martinez (86-80—166) and Maraea Durie (87-80—167).
Ashley Woodley of LeTourneau placed sixth (93-90—183).
Jacksonville College golfers were Katie Lamond, Sydney Cash, Lauren Hull, Megan Moore and Molly Franks.