On Sept. 12, East gold golf team finished first in a nine-hole match on the front 9 par 34 at the Lewisburg Elk\u2019s Club. The low, three-player score was counted on each team. The team had a 106 total and the team\u2019s players scores were Colin Wiley - 34 (medalist), Jacobey Gore - 36, Gavin Ray - 36, Dwain Sheppard - 43 and Cody Shaffer - 45.\r\nThe GEHS green team tied for second with 122. Scores were Berkley Adwell - 40, Norris Beard - 41, Sam Jewell - 41, Joshua White - 42 and Jared Whitt - 45. Woodrow Wilson also tied for second with 122. Scores were Jackson Hill - 37, Jarrett Childress - 42, Hunter Tolliver - 43 and Chase Childress - 49. Richwood finished fourth with 132. Scores were Sheldon Baughman - 40, Bailey Alderman - 43, Sheldon Mullins - 49 and Zach Fields - 50. Greenbrier West was fifth with 134. Scores were Thomas Vestal - 43, Seth Arbaugh - 44, Landon Humphrey - 47, Lucas Smith - 48 and Alex Ayers - 50. GEHS team #3 was sixth with 138. Scores were Jensen Brown - 43, Brett Napier - 47, Ryan Nuckoles - 48, Logan Sims - 48 and Steele Hall - 49.\r\nThe GEHS team\u2019s three girls played a Captain\u2019s Choice for six holes. They were 6 over par for those six holes. Those playing were Savanna Soucier, Kara Vaughan, and Trinity Corby. Trinity\u2019s father Roy Corby assisted the three players for six holes.\r\n\u2022 \u2022 \u2022\r\nThe GEHS Golf Golf Team traveled to Pipestem for a 9-hole match on the front 9 par 36 at the Pipestem Golf Course on Tuesday, Sept. 13. GEHS finished first with a three-man total of 113. Player\u2019s scores were Jacobey Gore - 36, Gavin Ray- 38, Dwain Sheppard - 39 and Colin Wiley - 40. Pikeview was second with 128. Scores were Carson Proffitt - 35 (medalist), Seth Meadows - 46, Rachael Johnson - 47, Courtney Meadows - 48, Chase Watkins - 52 and Peyton Meadows - 53. Summers County was third with 131. Scores were Ashton Bennett - 42, Nathan Wykle - 44, Jamison Hamm - 45 and Sam Wykle - 47. Liberty was fourth with 141. Scores were Chandler Alfrey - 45, Daniel Richmond - 48, Eli Brown - 48 and Hunter Bowyer - 50.\r\nThe GEHS Gold Team has one more nine-hole match at Glade Springs on Sept. 19 again Woodrow Wilson and other schools.\r\nThe Regional Tournament will be at the Lewisburg Elk\u2019s Club on Monday, Sept. 26 at 8:30 a.m. The Top 4 players for GEHS and seven other schools will play 18 holes and count the low 3 total for each team. The two low teams plus the two low medalists not on either team will go to the state tournament in Wheeling at Oglebay Park and the Speidel Course to play a practice round on Monday, Oct. 3 and then a two-day State Tournament on Oct. 4 and 5.