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SHAC awards boys golf all-stars, winning teams

Earning All-SHAC awards in high school boys golf this fall were, front row, from the left, Elijah McCarty (West Union), Craig Horton (West Union), Logan Hayslip (Manchester), Noah Lung (North Adams), and Patrick England (North Adams); second row, Jacob Pell (West Union), Dylan Phillips (Ripley), Jordan Johnson (Eastern), Bryant Lung (North Adams), and Tyler Fowler (West Union); third row, Brian Dunn (Ripley), Scottie Ott (Ripley), Dylan Colvin (Manchester), and Eli Fuller (West Union); back row, Eric McLaughlin (Lynchburg-Clay) and Colt Shoemaker (North Adams).
Earning All-SHAC awards in high school boys golf this fall were, front row, from the left, Elijah McCarty (West Union), Craig Horton (West Union), Logan Hayslip (Manchester), Noah Lung (North Adams), and Patrick England (North Adams); second row, Jacob Pell (West Union), Dylan Phillips (Ripley), Jordan Johnson (Eastern), Bryant Lung (North Adams), and Tyler Fowler (West Union); third row, Brian Dunn (Ripley), Scottie Ott (Ripley), Dylan Colvin (Manchester), and Eli Fuller (West Union); back row, Eric McLaughlin (Lynchburg-Clay) and Colt Shoemaker (North Adams).

By Wade Linville –

The Southern Hills Athletic Conference played host to its annual Fall Sports Awards Banquet at Eastern High School on Oct. 31, and among those receiving awards were the players make this year’s list of SHAC high school boys golf all-conference team.
The West Union Dragon finished this fall as the SHAC boys golf champions, while the North Adams Green Devils finished runner-up and the Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington Blue Jays in third place.
Receiving All-SHAC awards for boys golf were: Elijah McCarty (West Union), Craig Horton (West Union), Logan Hayslip (Manchester), Noah Lung (North Adams), Patrick England (North Adams), Jacob Pell (West Union), Dylan Phillips (Ripley), Jordan Johnson (Eastern), Bryant Lung (North Adams), Tyler Fowler (West Union), Brian Dunn (Ripley), Scottie Ott (Ripley), Dylan Colvin (Manchester), Eli Fuller (West Union), Eric McLaughlin (Lynchburg-Clay), and Colt Shoemaker (North Adams).
McCarty received special honors as the SHAC Golfer of the Year, while West Union head coach Carl Schneider received the SHAC Boys Golf Coach of the Year Award.

SHAC BOYS GOLF STANDINGS
1. West Union            630
2. North Adams         660
3. Ripley                    699
4. Manchester            711
5. Whiteoak               772
6. Eastern                  782
7. Lynchburg-Clay    799
8 Fairfield                 819

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