Fore! Hahnville GOLF TEAM tees off for state championships
|Photo courtesy of Hahnville High School|
Pictured left to right: (front row) Caleb Lampert, Paul Hymel, Dayton Bordelon, (back row) Andrew Noto, Matthew Jewell, Derek Bonvillain and Coach Ronnie Cantrelle.
They qualified as a team for the State Tournament and all five players qualified as individuals. Andrew Noto and Derek Bonvillain both shot 74 and were the top medalists.
Rounding out the team were Dayton Bordelon with a 79, Caleb Lampert with an 82 and Paul Hymel with an 86. The team also took the District Championship as well.
Here are the results of the tournament: Hahnville - 309, Assumption - 333, South Lafourche - 349, Terrebonne - 355, Central Lafourche - 370, Thibodaux - 371, Ellender - 375, South Terrebonne - 376, H.L. Bourgeois - 385, Destrehan - -402.
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