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Panthers fourth, Chiefs eighth in AAAAA golf

The Starr's Mill Panthers finished fourth in boys' golf and the McIntosh Chiefs were eighth in the AAAAA state tournament Monday.

A story that ran in Wednesday's edition of the Citizen reported results from golfstatresults.com that were incorrect and incomplete. The results below are updated and complete, and can also be found at a link from the Georgia High School Association's web site.

The Panthers' team score, taken from the top four individual scores, was 297, just behind Greenbrier (291), Lakeside-Evans (291) and Gainesville (295). Cambridge and North Atlanta tied for fifth at 303, followed by Glynn Academy (305) and McIntosh (308).

Starr's Mill was led by Andrew Bourg (70), Aubrey Holloway (72), Andrew Crockett (75), Parker Langham (80), Ryan Robichaud (84) and Fred Port (85).

The Chiefs were led by Connor Coffee (71), David Bartels (76), Jackson Lawlor (79), James Flores (82), Mitchell Matheny (86) and Andrew Hitchcock (89).


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The Starr's Mill Panthers boys golf team finished fourth in Monday's AAAAA state tournament. The McIntosh Chiefs finished eighth as a team. Cambridge won the team title with a +6 (290).


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