Patrick Kelley turned in a score of 47 in Lancaster’s match at Quinton Oaks Golf Course. Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi
Chance Herbert shot the match low 36 to lead the Raiders, who finished with a team score of 172 on their home course. Lance Wheeler shot a 40, Seth Elborn a 47 and Austin Scott a 49 as Rappahannock’s four scorers.
Alex Nelson led the visiting Devils with a 40. Nick Nonnemacker shot a 44, Patrick Kelley a 47 and Shawn Valdrighi a 50 for Lancaster, which finished with a team score of 181. William Clarke also played for the Devils.
At the Golden Eagle Golf Course near Irvington last Thursday, Essex High’s Larkin Gross shot a 35 on the front nine as the individual medalist in a two-team district match. Gross led the Trojans to a team low 173 for the win.
The Red Devils shot a 192 on their home course with Nelson scoring the team low 39.
Valdrighi shot a 48, Kelley a 52 and Nonnemacker a 53.
Carter Morgan shot a 39 for the Trojans, Daniel Clark shot a 44 and Charlie Bussler a 55.
Essex’s Andrew Suggs and Lancaster’s Clarke also played but their scores did not count in team scoring.
The Devils were scheduled to end regular season play earlier this week and will host the Rappahannock River Conference tournament at the Golden Eagle Golf Course on Monday, September 30. Rappahannock, Lancaster, Northumberland and Essex will compete in the 18-hole tournament. Tee-off is 10 a.m.