MHSAA Class III tournament scores

Published 9:29 am Wednesday, May 3, 2017

MHSAA Class III Girls State tournament
At Clear Creek Golf Course
Final
Team
1. Tupelo (TUP) 164-157—321
2. D’Iberville (DI) 157-165—322
3. Warren Central (WC) 166-164—330
4. Starkville (SV) 177-178—355
5. St. Martin (SM) 182-178—360
6. Madison Central (MC) 190-187—377
7.. Hernando (HERN) 194-185—379
8. Clinton (CLINT) 188-198—386
9. Pearl (PEARL) 196-197—393
10. Biloxi (BIL) 206-194—400
11. Gulfport (GP) 211-192—403
12. Northwest Rankin (NWR) 208-200—408
13. Desoto Central (DC) 220-190—410
14. Brandon (BRAN) 224-204—428
Note: Ocean Springs (OS) and Hancock (HAN) had individual golfers entered, but did not compete for the team championship
Individual
Hannah Levi (DI) 65-68—133
Karley Whittington (WC) 69-71—140
Michaela Bryan (TUP) 78-76—154
Margaret Hill (TUP) 86-81—167
Bryanna Weems (PEARL) 88-84—172
Paige Lemm (SV) 86-87—173
Carly Havens (CLINT) 89-87—173
Jolie Hughes (OS) 94-83—177
Lindsey Wescovich (SM) 90-89—179
Caroline Gavins (SM) 92-89—181
K.B. Hobart (SV) 91-91—182
Savannah Murphy (MC) 94-93—187
Kassidy Taylor (HERN) 95-92—187
Hassen Dorsey (DI) 92-97—189
Brogan Randall (MC) 96-94—190
Sydney Stuart (WC) 97-93—190
Cecilia Bruce (NWR) 103-91—194
Tatina Burgess (SV) 102-93—195
Jalyn Joyner (HERN) 99-97—196
Riley Jackson (BIL) 109-89—198
Mia Wamsley (WC) 102-98—200
Hannah Laurie (HERN) 107-93—200
Layla Dubra (GP) 102-98—200
Samantha Baker (BIL) 97-105—202
Aliexis Arnoult (GP) 109-94 203
Zandrya Gabris (MC) 105-98—203
Ella Cress (DC) 110-93—203
Hannah Pitts (BRAN) 103-103—206
Hillary Brooks (DC) 110-97—207
Olivia Derbyshire (SM) 101-108—209
Haley Tatum (CLINT) 99-111—210
Jessica Parnell (TUP) 99-112—211
Savannah Waugh (GP) 112-100—212
Madelyn Sparks (NWR) 107-109—216
Whittney Eakins (HAN) 112-106—218
Madison Amos (NWR) 105-115—220
Caroline Dees (PEARL) 108-113—221
Carolina Hayman (BRAN) 122-101—223
Liv Nault (DC) 113-115—228
Karringten Perkins (HAN) 117-114—231
Kirby Williams (BRAN) 121-122—243
Alyssa Benton (PEARL) 163-143—306
Alyssa Lane (BIL) 155-169—324

About Ernest Bowker

Ernest Bowker is The Vicksburg Post's sports editor. He has been a member of The Vicksburg Post's sports staff since 1998, making him one of the longest-tenured sports reporters in the paper's 137-year history. The New Jersey native is a graduate of LSU. In his career, he has won more than 50 awards from the Mississippi Press Association and Associated Press for his coverage of local sports in Vicksburg.

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