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By Derek Lopez

Sudan Hornet

The Sudan boys and girls’ golf teams will advanced to Regionals, after the girls won the District Meet at Reese Center in Lubbock with 446 points and the boys finished as the runner-up behind Olton with 377 points.

Garyn Bigham shot a score of 106, finishing as the second place medalist, while Callan Netherland shot a 107, finishing third overall at the district meet.

Tucker Howell shot a score of 114, while Lauren Johnson scored a 119 and Kamryn Goen finished with a score of 122.

Brianna Wallace shot a score of 119, advancing to Regionals as an Individual Medalist.

On the boys’ side, they missed the district championship by eight strokes and edged out Farwell by one stroke for the district runner-up spot.

Call Morris earned a district championship, shooting a score of 83, while Bode Box finished as the district runner-up with a score of 84.

Trenton Angeley shot a score of 96, while tracen Angeley shot a score of 115 and Isaiah Montes finished with a score of 114.

Also competing were Josh Leal, who shot a score of 134, Rustin Penrod, who finished with a score of 135 and Garison Bohler, who finished with a score of 138.

“I’m very proud of this group today,” Warren Swarb, Head Coach said. “We talked about getting both groups in and we did even if by one stroke. Farwell has beaten us the last two meets.

Regionals will be at Odessa on April 23rd -24th for the boys and April 24th -25th for the girls.

Sudan JH Track

This past week the Sudan Junior High track teams traveled to Lockney to compete in the district track meet.

“These young men and women did an excellent job of representing our school and community,” Head Coach Guthry Edwards said. “It has been exciting to see the progress of these groups both as individuals and as a whole.”

The eighth grade girls brought home a district championship, and the seventh grade girls finished as runner-ups in their division.

Courtesy Photos



Rhea Gonzales


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