CHAPEL HILL — A week ago, teams battling in the District 9A/AA match at Henry Horton had to battle through torrential rains and a lengthy delay.
Those golfers that advanced to the Region 5-A match, which was also held at Henry Horton on Monday, were treated to a picture perfect morning.
With brilliant sunshine and crisp fall temps, it was Cascade’s Evan Woosley-Reed who notched another chapter in his storied legacy as a Champion golfer by claiming the individual region title.
The Cascade senior shot a 34 then made the turn with a 33 to take the championship with a final score of 67, beating second-place finisher Cole Campbell, of Summertown, by seven strokes.
His low-medalist score secures his shot at a third-straight state title, as an individual qualifier for the upcoming Class A state tournament, which will be held at Sevierville Country Club.
While Cascade’s lone qualifier for the region tournament was able to secure his place in the state championship, Community golfer Logan Miller saw his sophomore season come to a close after just missing the cut.
Miller fared well during his region appearance, shooting a 44 on his front nine, before closing his afternoon with a 49 to close out his day with a 93.
On the girls’ side of the match, Cascade saw Tatyana Greene qualify for the state championship next week by finishing fourth overall.
As a team, the Lady Champs took second-place with a 186.
Summertown won the match with a 150.
Greene finished her afternoon with a 90 and finishing four strokes back was Anna Clanton, who shot a 96.
The state championship will be held on October 7-8 at the Sevierville Golf Club.
Evan Woosley-Reed 34 33 (67)
Logan Miller 44 49 (93)
Tatyana Greene 45 45 (90)
Anna Clanton 49 47 (96)
Haley Mitchell 64 72 (136)