Sep. 18—The Madison Central girls and boys golf teams are still in the hunt for titles after the opening round of the 2022 All-State Championships.
The Lady Indians shot a +25, 313, on Saturday at the University Club of Kentucky and are tied with Lexington Christian Academy for the team lead.
Marshall County (+30) is third.
The Indians posted a +3, 291, on Saturday at Cherry Blossom in Georgetown, but trail Taylor County by 18 strokes. The Cardinals shot a stunning -15, 273 in the first round.
LCA is third at +6, 294.
The final round of both events is set for Sunday.
The girls will play at Cherry Blossom, while the boys will take the course at the University Club of Kentucky.
Elizabeth Eberle led the way for the Lady Indians on Saturday. The senior shot a +1, 73, and tied is tied for fourth place after the first round.
She had birdies on No. 5, 11, 13 and 15.
Claira Beth Ramsey shot a +6, 79, and is tied for 18th. The senior had birdies on No. 4 and 7.
Abi Buchanan fired a +8, 80, and is tied for 23rd.
Mollie Neeley shot a +10, 82, and is tied for 31st.
Lydia Harrel finished at +13, 85, and is tied for 40th.
Cathryn Brown of Lyon County and Trinity Beth of Marshall County are tied for the individual lead at -2, 70.
Madison Central's Braydon Bond and Warren Thomis each posted a -1, 71, on Saturday in the opening round of the All-State Championships in Georgetown and are tied for 11th place.
Bond had five birdies in the first round (No. 4, 5, 7, 9 and 11), while Thomis had three birdies (No. 6, 14 and 15) and two bogeys (No. 10 and 16).
Mason Hamrick posted a +2, 74, and is tied for 28th place. He had birdies on No. 10 and 12.
Clay Pendergrass shot a +3, 75, and is tied for 37th. The senior had birdies on No. 1, 5 and 9, but had bogeys on No. 17 and 18 and a double bogey on No. 16.
Radney Bales shot a +5, 77, on Saturday and is tied for 51st.
Taylor County had the top three performers on Saturday.
Luke Coyle shot a -7, 65, while Bruno Galling and Seth Smith each posted a -5, 67.