Knights Finish Second in State Golf Tourney

Knights Finish Second in State Golf Tourney 1Senior Thomas Sutton shot a final round 72 and sophomore Scott Barranco shot 75 to lead the Montgomery Catholic golf team to a solid second-place finish in the Class 4A state golf tournament that concluded Tuesday at Capitol Hill in Prattville.

The Knights finished the tournament with a two-day team score of 617. UMS-Wright of Mobile, who won the Class 5A title last year, won the tournament with a 603.

Sutton, who recently signed to play college golf at UAB, finished second overall in the tournament. He shot a first-round 71 for a 143 total, just one shot in back of UMS-Wright’s Bobby Wyatt, who shot 70-72–142 to win the individual title.

Other Catholic scores from the tournament were senior Barranco 82-75–157, Butler Parker 78-79–157, junior Matt Christie 80-82–162 and freshman Jacob Stinson 80-86–166. The lowest four scores in each round are used to establish the team score.

Congratulations to the Knights on an outstanding season!

Pictured: Montgomery Catholic’s Golf Team who placed second in the AHSAA 4A State Golf Tournament, Coach Mike Barranco, Thomas Sutton, Scott Barranco, Matt Christie, Butler Parker, and Jacob Stinson.

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