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Dragons pad lead on second day of SHAC golf

After jumping out to a 23-stroke lead on day one of the Southern Hills Athletic Conference golf tournament last Tuesday, the West Union Dragons added to their margin Thursday.

The team combined to shoot a 145, 19 strokes ahead of North Adams in the team standings. Lynchburg tallied a total of 167 from their four golfers, keeping a solid hold on third place in the standings.

Ripley got another solid performance from Dylan Phillips, who carded a 36 to draw into a three-way tie for third place in the overall standings. Phillips finished day two three strokes behind West Union’s Craig Horton, who shot a 33 to earn medalist honors at the Adams County Country Club.

Scottie Ott shaved 10 strokes off his score for the Blue Jays while Brian Dunn knocked off 16. Corey Germann shot a 73 on the first day of the tournament, but carded a much-improved 50 on day two.

The Blue Jays finished day two with the fourth-best team score, trailing only West Union, North Adams and Lynchburg. Those teams sit one, two, three in the overall standings as well.

Corey Germann tees off for the Blue Jays at the first hole of the Adams County Country Club on the second day of the SHAC Tournament.
http://ripleybee.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_RULHSHACGOLF1.jpgCorey Germann tees off for the Blue Jays at the first hole of the Adams County Country Club on the second day of the SHAC Tournament.

By Garth Shanklin

gshanklin@civitasmedia.com

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