Trinity wins tri-match at White Oak

Trinity Christian’s boys golf team held off county rival The Heritage School, defending GISA state champion Stratford Academy as well as the weather on Thursday for a victory at Canongate-on-White Oak.

Teams struggled over 18 holes amidst cold and windy conditions with Trinity finishing with a four-man total of 348 while ahead of both Heritage (363) and Stratford (370).

Hudson Huber finished as low medalist to lead Trinity. The Lions junior posted an 82 while senior Luke Hammock paced the lineup with an 84.

Ethan Mansour led Heritage with an 85.

The Hawks host Dominion Christian on Monday at White Oak while Trinity returns to the course on Tuesday against Oak Mountain and Holy Spirit .



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