MHS Golf @ District Tourny (3-27 & 4-3-2017)
The Muleshoe High School golf teams played their first round of District 2-3A competition on the course of the Plainview Country Club March 27. The teams met again on the Meadowbrook Golf Course in Lubbock April 3.
The Lady Mules rallied to finish in second place with a first round total of 405 strokes. The Lady Mules hung on to second in the second round with a total of 418 shots for a two-day total of 823 strokes. The Lady Mules will advance to the Region I Tournament.
Sadie Sudduth paced the Lady Mules with a first round total of 91 strokes. Sydnie Sudduth finished the first round with 98 shots, and Emily Precure was one stroke behind with a 99. Yvonne Diaz finished with 117 strokes, and Leti Loya had a round of 118.
Sa. Sudduth stepped up her game on the Meadowbrook Course to lead the Lady Mules with 95 shots. Sy. Sudduth was consistent with a second round of 98 strokes. Precure dropped to 106 shots, and Loya shot a 119. Diaz sank to a total of 139 strokes.
The Mules were sitting in third place behind two teams from Shallowater after the first day with a total of 394 strokes. The Meadowbrook Course was not kind to the Mules as they finished the second round with 428 shots. The Mules had settled to fourth place in the district with a total of 822 strokes.
Jason Florez led the Mules around the Plainview Course with a round of 90 strokes. Brendon Rodriguez finished the first 18 holes with 98 shots. Wyatt Parker shot a 102 and Ricky Diaz finished with 104 strokes.
Parker led the second day on the Meadowbrook Course with a total of 99 strokes. Florez dropped to a round of 102 shots. Diaz finished with a 112 strokes and Rodriguez shot a 115.
Sa. Sudduth was the district third place medalist, Sy. Sudduth finished in fourth place, Precure was the seventh place medalist, and Leti Loya took twelfth place. Florez was the tenth place medalist in the boys division, and Parker finished in fifteenth place.
The Lady Mules will compete in the Region I Tournament April 26 and 27 on the Shady Oaks Golf Course in Baird, Texas.