The Scottsboro girls golf team’s season came to a close on Tuesday.
The Wildcats tied for fourth place during the Class 4A-5A Girls North 2 Sub-State Golf Tournament at Silver Lakes Golf Course in Glencoe.
Randolph, led by Alabama commit Michaela Morard’s medalist-winning 3-under par 69, won the tournament with a team score of 246. Arab finished second with a 251. Both teams advanced to next week’s Class 4A-5G State Golf Tournament at Capitol Hill in Prattville.
White Plains (254) finished third while Scottsboro and Fairview tied for fourth with a score of 285.
Lilli Evans and Maddy Childress both shot a 92 for the Wildcats while Abby Hambrick shot a 101 and Braylee Childress shot a 104.
“The girls played well and beat a few teams that we haven’t beat all season. I was proud of them to step up and finish tied for fourth,” said Scottsboro head coach Jonathan Haynes. “That gives them a lot of confidence heading into next season. Most girls have showed continual improvement all season long. Now they will just have to work hard during the offseason and get prepared for next season.”
Scottsboro did not qualify for a second straight trip to state during the Class 5A Boys North 4 Sub-State Tournament at the Eagles Next Golf Course at Lake Guntersville State Park on Monday.
The Wildcats finished with a team score of 337.
Kyle Price led the Wildcats with a 2-over par 74 — the senior finished one shot back of the second individual state qualifier — while Matt Croft carded a 3-over 77.
Also for Scottsboro, Chase Berry shot a 91, Preston Dial shot a 95 and John Bone shot a 99.
Guntersville won the tournament with a team score of 292 while Russellville finished second with a 295. Both teams advanced to the next week’s Class 5A Boys State Golf Tournament at Capitol Hill in Prattville.