PCHS golf team is swinging and winning matches

BRANDON WILFONG WAS a low medalist, finishing his game with a score of 39, on Thursday, September 17. The Pocahontas County Golf team traveled to Moorefield Monday for the PVC Conference meet. The team will travel to Canaan Valley, September 28, for a Regional Match. From left to right: Coach Phillip Anderson, Jared Clemmens, Matt Rao, Brandon Halterman, Brandon Wilfong, Austin Sharp, and Chase Alkire.
BRANDON WILFONG WAS a low medalist, finishing his game with a score of 39, on Thursday, September 17. The Pocahontas County Golf team traveled to Moorefield Monday for the PVC Conference meet. The team will travel to Canaan Valley, September 28, for a Regional Match. From left to right: Coach Phillip Anderson, Jared Clemmens, Matt Rao, Brandon Halterman, Brandon Wilfong, Austin Sharp, and Chase Alkire.

According to Coach Philip Anderson the Pocahontas County Warrior Golf team edged out the Bath County Chargers at a recent meet.

Pocahontas County:
– Branden Wilfong 40
– Matt Rao 42
– Branden Halterman 46
– Austin Sharp 50
Total 178

Bath County:
– Noah Burns 43
– Alex Pritt 46
– Josh Chestnut 47
– Cody Woodzell 54
Total 190

In scramble play Warriors Chase Alkire and Jared Clemmens shot 41, while Chargers Brown and Bulgarelli tallied 44.

“Pocahontas County, playing the course for the first time, did well,” Anderson said. “We need consistency at every spot to be more competitive.”

Next week the Warriors will scrimmage Alleghany High School of Covington, Virginia, and Parry McCluer High School, located in Buena Vista, Virginia, to get ready for a Regional Conference Match which will be held September 28.

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