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LC-M golf teams ‘storm’ to 22-4A titles

ORANGE — It was a stroll through the Sunset Grove Country Club Course for both the Little Cypress-Mauriceville boys and Lady Bears as both teams dominated to capture the District 22-4A Golf Championships Tuesday.

The event was limited to 27 holes as all the players settled for their “first nine” score due to the bad weather that came through Tuesday.

On the boys side LC-M had the top three individual finishers, including Evan Toohey (80-40-120) and Jack Tindell (80-40-120) who tied for top medalist. Trey Love fired a 124 (82-42) to take third. Blade Broussard rounded out the Bear scoring with a 136 (92-44).

The Bears finished with a team score of 500 (334-166) to easily outdistance second-place Orangefield 581 (383-198). Hamshire-Fannett was third with a 651, Silsbee fourth with a 670 and Bridge City fifth with a 671.

The Lady Bears finished with a 714 (467-247) to nab the team trophy. Orangefield 798 (523-275) took second and Bridge City 801 (533-268) was third.

Silsbee’s Mackenzie Sears took top medalist honors with a 151 (101-50). LC-M’s Theresa Beckett was second with a 160 (107-53) and Hamshire-Fannett’s Caroline Ogden was third with a 161 (104-57).

Behind Beckett for the Lady Bears were teammates Jessica McLain 167 (110-57), Marlee Bird 187 (121-66), Kaylee White 200 (129-71) and Emily Warren 214 (142-72).

Logan Risinger led the Orangefield boys with a 136 (92-44) followed by teammates Ryan Braxton 145 (95-50), Caleb Kress 148 (97-51), Brock Cross 152(99-53) and Chase Broussard 178 (118-60).

Blaze Montagne led Bridge City with a 127 (83-44) followed by teammates Bryce Miller 177 (113-64), Micah Satir 182 (125-57) and Randy Abate 185 (124-61).

For the Orangefield girls Peytin Beebee led the way with a 175 (117-58) followed by teammates Anna VanPelt 195 (125-70), Brooklyn Goldsmith 196 (127-69) and Jayme Deutsch 232 (154-78).

For the Bridge City girls Eliska Suchardova led the Lady Cardinals with a 163 (109-54) followed by teammates Shelbi Whitaker 200 (132-68), Olivia Satir 207 (138-69) and Jade Johnson 231 (154-77).