Lutz shoots 36 to pace PE golf
The Prince Edward County High School golf team continues to play well in the early portion of its James River District schedule.
After winning a recent match against Nottoway and Buckingham with a team score of 189, the Eagles would keep that momentum going late last week with another strong performance. This time Prince Edward would take on Randolph-Henry and Nottoway in a match that saw all three teams shoot solid scores. The Randolph-Henry Statesmen have a long tradition of strong teams in their golf program and this year appears to be no different, as they would shoot a 154 to take first place in the match. However, Prince Edward continues to improve each week as they lowered their team score to a 181 and took second place overall at the Longwood Golf Course. Nottoway would finish the match with a team score of 189. Henry Lutz was the medalist for the match shooting a 36. The medalist for each match is the person shooting the lowest score of all teams combined.
PECHS golf coach Michael Weaver also noted that Mark Stanley, Jordan Conwell, Ratib Stwodah and Spiros Reinson played well in the match.
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