Indians finish sixth in MACJC opener at Wolf Hollow

Indians finish sixth in MACJC opener at Wolf Hollow

Indians finish sixth in MACJC opener at Wolf Hollow
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WESSON, MS - The ICC golf team finished tied for sixth in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) opening match hosted by Copiah-Lincoln Community College at Wolf Hollow Country Club in Wesson over the weekend.

Brandon Walker (Vardaman) finished 23rd overall after carding a 151 (+7) for the tournament. On Saturday, the freshman turned in a 76 (+4) and rebounded with a 75 (+3) on Sunday.

Andrew McDonald (Fulton) opened the tournament with a round of 78 (+6) before carding a team-best 74 (+2) on Sunday to finish tied for 24th with a two-day total of 152 (+8). Kirk Reeder (Tupelo) and Nick Brown (Mooreville) finished tied for 41st at 161 (+17) with Mark Tipton (Hamilton) finishing tied for 43rd at 162 (+18) and Todd Harrell (Vardaman) turning in a 177 (+33) to finish 56th for the tournament.

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College took home the tournament victory with the low combined score of 569, followed by host Co-Lin (579), Meridian Community College (589), Northwest Mississippi Community College (606), East Mississippi Community College (613), ICC and Hinds Community College (625), Northeast Mississippi Community College (627), and East Central Community College (640).

Gulf Coast's Logan Leary was the tournament medalist with a two-day total of 140 (-4).

ICC will be back in action in the Northwest Invitational at North Creek Golf Club on Sunday, September 25 and Monday, September 26 in Horn Lake.

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