Culpeper County’s Nathan Amos won medalist honors, but Spotsylvania earned a team victory at Monday’s golf tri-match against the Blue Devils and Liberty (Bealeton) at the Country Club of Culpeper.
It was the seventh individual medal so far this season for Amos, who shot a 40.
Teammate Colton Metzgar was right behind Amos, finishing in second place with a 41.
Overall, Culpeper finished with a 175 on the afternoon.
Spotsylvania’s Wyatt Brown notched third after shooting a 43, while teammate James LaVoy took sixth with a 49. Nate Webner (50) and Toby LaVoy (51) also turned in solid performances, helping the Knights barely edge the Blue Devils with a 173.
Liberty, which finished with a 207, was paced by Liam Collins and Evan Earhart, who both shot a 48 to tie for fourth.
Culpeper (5-7) played in the Skyline Hawk Invitational on Tuesday. Look for results from that match later this week in the Star-Exponent.
Spotsylvania (173): Wyatt Brown 43, James LaVoy 49, Nate Webner 50, Toby LaVoy 51.
Culpeper County (175): Nathan Amos 40, Colton Metzgar 41, Jake Stallings 56, Tommy Stallings 58.
Liberty (207): Liam Collins 48, Evan Earhart 48, Cole Ryan 54, Barric Lillard 57.
MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL
FLOYD T. BINNS 20,
CULPEPER MIDDLE SCHOOL 14 (OT)
The Blackhawks scored a touchdown in overtime to hold off off the visiting Cougars in the season opener for both teams at Eastern View High School on Monday night.
Binns has a quick turnaround for its next game, which will be a road matchup at Walker-Grant in Fredericksburg on Thursday. CMS will also return to action that night, as it will welcome King George to Culpeper County High School’s Broman Field.