The Scottsboro varsity girls and boys golf teams came up short in their quest to advance to sub-state tournaments.

But Scottsboro will still be represented in the next round of the AHSAA golf postseason.

Matt Croft advanced to the North 4 Boys Golf Sub-State Tournament while Abby Hambrick and Kaitlyn Price advanced to the North 3 Girls Sub-State Tournament as individuals during the Class 6A Section 4 Tournaments at Canebrake Golf Club in Athens on Tuesday.

The top four-teams and the top-four individuals not on the roster of a top-four team at sectional tournament earned sub-state berths. The North 4 Boys Sub-State Tournament is Monday, May 3 at Cypress Lakes Country Club in Muscle Shoals while the North 3 Girls Sub-State Tournament at Cypress Lakes is Tuesday, May 4. 

Scottsboro just missed advancing to sub-state as a team. Hartselle took the top spot with a team score of 230, with Muscle Shoals (242), Cullman (252) and Arab (253) also secure sub-state berths, with Scottsboro finishing fifth with a team score of 264.

Hambrick shot a 7-over 79 for the Wildcats and Price shot an 88 to earn individual sub-state qualifying spots while Shelby Cooley shot a 97.

Meanwhile, the SHS boys finished sixth overall in the Class 6A Boys Section 4 team standings with a team score of 330. Hartselle, Athens, Cullman and Mortimer Jordan were the top four finishing teams that advanced to sub-state play.

Croft shot a 4-over par 76, finishing seventh overall in the tournament. Scottsboro also got an 82 from Buckner Anderson, an 83 from Drake Hogland, an 89 from John Bone and a 92 from Will Harrington.

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