MH golfer medals at Ultimate Auto tourney; Lady Bombers finish 2nd

The Ultimate Auto Group High School Golf Tournament's final round was shortened Tuesday due to weather conditions at Big Creek Golf and Country Club.

One of Mountain Home's girls was able to take home the medalist honor, but the Lady Bombers were unable to hold on to their first round lead. After Tuesday's action was cut to nine holes, Mountain Home finished second on the girls' team leaderboard with 395. Greenwood finished six strokes ahead to win the tournament. Sydney Czanstkowski represented the Lady Bombers as the top individual golfer with a 27-hole total of 115. Mountain Home's Kenzie Collins and Berryville's McKayla Hussey tied for second at 120.

The boys were not able to get to the links at all on Tuesday giving Jonesboro the automatic victory with a total of 303. Cabot and Rogers ended up tied for second as each team was one stroke back. Mountain Home ended up in a tie for tenth place with Siloam Springs. Evan Griffith of Greenwood was the medalist with a one-under-par 71. Connor Gaunt of Cabot and Ethan Loafman of Rogers ended up tied for second at even-par 72. The Bombers' top golfers were Luke Jackson with an 84 and Weston Hoover with an 89.

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