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Girls golf gains ground
Brittany Myers
Brittany Myers shows perfect aim on a chip while playing No. 7 at McMinnville Country Club. The shot would roll in, giving Myers one of her four birdies during an even-par 72 round Tuesday. Myers, the events low medalist, led the Lady Pioneers to victory in the Keith Maxwell Invitational. - photo by Jeffery Simmons
The Lady Pioneers haven’t pulled even with their rivals from Coffee County yet, but it seems like they’ve gained the upper hand in momentum.The Warren County High School girls golf team claimed victory in the Keith Maxwell Invitational at McMinnville Country Club Tuesday, edging the Lady Raiders 151-164 for first place. Senior Lady Pioneer Brittany Myers was the top medalist at the event following an even-par 72.Earlier in the season, the Lady Raiders won events in Cookeville, Tullahoma and Murfreesboro while the Lady Pioneers took second. The tides have turned in the last two weeks as Warren County has shown why it is a contender for the state title.Warren County won on Coffee County’s home course last week, claiming victory in the Lawrence Family Motors Invitational at Willowbrook Golf Course – home of the state tournament.