HIGH SCHOOL BOYS GOLF: Indians take title at Boone's Trace

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Sep. 4—Another outstanding performance by Clay Pendergrass led Madison Central to another team championship.

The Indians shot a +10, 298, and beat out Oldham County y three strokes for the title on Saturday at the Gimmie Golf Invitational at Boone's Trace in Richmond.

Great Crossing (308) was third and Frederick Douglass (311) was fourth.

It's the sixth team championship of the season for Central.

Pendergrass shot a -5, 67, and took second place.

Isaac Moody of Oldham County, -10, 62, claimed the individual title.

Central's Mason Hamrick shot a +4, 76, and finished 12th. Seth Barker tied for 14th with a +5, 77. Braydon Bond shot a +6, 78, and tied for 16th and Radney Bales shot a +8, 80, and tied for 27th.

Playing as individuals, Central's Matthew Miller shot a +7, 79, and tied for 22nd, while Lane Virgin and Boo Crawley each shot a +11, 83, and tied for 34th.

Pendergrass has five individual tournament title this season. The senior finished second last weekend at the Trinity Shamrock Invitational, which was held at Nevel Meade.

On Saturday, he posted a bogey-free round.

Pendergrass had birdies on No. 1, 3, 4, 5 and 15.

Hamrick got off to a rough start at Boone's Trace. He posted a nine on the par-4 No. 3, then had a bogey on No. 5. The senior, though, fought back and had birdies on No. 7, 10, 11, 16 and 17.

Barker (No. 2) and Bond (No. 4)had one birdie each.

Model Laboratory finished ninth with a team score of +52, 340.

Tyler Jones shot a +11, 83 and tied for 34th. Davis Cole fired a +13, 85, and tied for 44th. Carson Fain and Tucker Jones both shot a +14, 86, and tied for 49th. Jake Hajjar finished at +17, 89, and tied for 61st.

Central is set to return to action next Saturday at the Bowling Green Invitational.