Last updated: June 01. 2013 6:59AM - 153 Views
Nathan Ham
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Ashe County captured ninth place at the 1A/2A Central Regional on Monday, but will not send any golfers to the state tournament as the season will come to a close.


“I was really proud of our season and our performance at the regionals,” said head coach Laura Foster.


Salisbury took the regional championship while Elkin finished as runner-up. Mary Francis Hall of Elkin had the highest individual score of any competitor, shooting a 79.


The Lady Huskies had two players just barely miss the cut for the state tournament. Taylor Price finished with a score of 109, just two strokes short of making the tourney. Ashe’s Olivia Barr shot 111, coming just four strokes short. Katie Girtman finished with a score of 119 and Madison Little ended with a score of 131. Barr will be the only returning player next season.


“We will miss our seniors next season, Madison Ball, Katie Girtman, Madison Little and Taylor Price. I appreciate their hard work and dedication to golf,” said Coach Foster.


Complete regional results:


1. Salisbury – 251


2. Elkin – 266


3. North Surry – 272


4. Piedmont – 289


5. South Stokes – 296


6. East Surry – 313


7. Central Davidson – 315


8. East Davidson – 330


9. Ashe – 339


10. Wheatmore – 384


11. Providence – 396


12. Gray Stone Day - 420


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