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Girls Varsity Golf · St James High School Girls Varsity Golf beat Waccamaw High School 160-215


Thursday, October 12, 2017

4:30 PM

Waccamaw High School
AWAY
215

St James High School
HOME
160

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The Lady Sharks had their final season home match Thursday against Waccamaw. Seniors Kelli Jones and Jordan White played their final 9 hole match as a Lady Shark. It was an emotional evening as both seniors were recognized before play and both finished on hole 9 with a crowd of teammates, teachers, friends, and family cheering for them. The Sharks went low on the challenging greens of Wachesaw Plantation to win by 55 strokes. Junior Smith Knaffle was medalist firing a 3 under 33, and eighth grader Adrian Anderson was right behind shooting a 1 under 35. Seniors White and Jones rounded out the top 4 with a 40 and a 52. The Sharks were led by Marlee Lord (50), Lauren Maser (54), Brianna Hammond (55), and Allie Bird (56). Both the Sharks and Warriors now turn their focus to post-season tournament play.


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Sharks News · Event Recap: Week of September 30 – October 6


Saturday, Sep 30th

Boys Varsity Swimming
vs.
N/A
Girls Varsity Swimming
vs.
N/A

Sunday, Oct 1st

No event results

Monday, Oct 2nd

No event results

Tuesday, Oct 3rd

Girls Varsity Tennis
vs.
N/A

Wednesday, Oct 4th

Girls Varsity Golf
@ Waccamaw High School
L SUMMARY
Girls Varsity Tennis
@
N/A

Thursday, Oct 5th

Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. Teams N/A
N/A
Girls Varsity Golf
Palmetto Preview
1st Place SUMMARY

Friday, Oct 6th

Boys Varsity Football
vs. Teams N/A
N/A

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Girls Varsity Golf · St James High School Girls Varsity Golf finishes 1st place


Thursday, October 5, 2017

8:00 PM

Place

1

Points

306

Meet Recap

https://www.birdiefire.com/tournament/39950/

The Lady Sharks traveled to their final regular season tournament before heading into post season play. The Sharks were up early to make the 3 hour drive to the Mid Carolina Country Club in Prosperity, SC. It was their last chance to beat the 5A powerhouse, Lexington Wildcats. The Sharks battled hard all day, but finally came out on top…by one stroke! Smith Knaffle led the Sharks with a 3 under 70, followed by senior Jordan White (74), 8th grader Adrian Anderson (79), and freshman Amanda Meno (81). More scoring details can be found at the live scoring link above. The Sharks have one last 9 hole match Thursday at home against Waccamaw and North Myrtle Beach before focusing on the Lower State Championship at Hackler on Tuesday October 17.

Opponents

School Place Points
St James High School
1
306
Lexington High School
2
307
Boiling Springs High School
3
312

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Girls Varsity Golf · St James High School Girls Varsity Golf falls to Waccamaw High School 217-234


Wednesday, October 4, 2017

4:30 PM

St James High School
AWAY
234

Waccamaw High School
HOME
217

Meet Recap

The Lady Sharks traveled to True Blue on Wednesday to take on Waccamaw, but came up short. Scores counting in the match are as follows:
Waccamaw – Marlee Lord 50 (medalist); Brianna Hammond 52; Lauren Maser 51; Allie Bird 60
St. James – Kelli Jones 56; Alanna Hoeveler 56; Grace Kenley 55, Carissa Barerra 69


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Girls Varsity Golf · St James High School Girls Varsity Golf beat Carolina Forest High School 156-201


Monday, September 18, 2017

4:30 PM

St James High School
AWAY
156

Carolina Forest High School
HOME
201

Meet Recap

The Lady Sharks traveled to River Oaks to take on Carolina Forest Monday evening. The Sharks came out on top scoring 12 over 156 while the Panthers posted a team 201. Smith Knaffle was medalist shooting a one under 35. Jordan White was second best with a 36. Katie Smith (40) and Amanda Meno (44) also had scores counting in the match for St. James. The Panthers were led by Mia Gray (39) and Alayna Fortenberry (41). Anna Park (57) and Miracle Burgess (64) also had scores that counted for Carolina Forest. The Sharks travel to Waccamaw Wednesday then turn their eyes towards tournament rivals, Lexington at the Palmetto Preview at the Mid Carolina Country Club Thursday.


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Sharks News · Event Recap: Week of September 23 – September 29


Saturday, Sep 23rd

Girls Varsity Swimming
vs.
N/A
Boys Varsity Swimming
vs.
N/A
Girls Varsity Golf
WSCGA Invitational
2nd Place SUMMARY

Sunday, Sep 24th

Girls Varsity Golf
WSCGA Invitational
N/A

Monday, Sep 25th

Girls Varsity Golf
Georgetown and CF
1st Place SUMMARY

Tuesday, Sep 26th

Girls Varsity Golf
vs. Socastee High School
W SUMMARY

Wednesday, Sep 27th

No event results

Thursday, Sep 28th

Girls Varsity Tennis
@
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Football
vs. Teams N/A
N/A

Friday, Sep 29th

Boys Varsity Football
vs. Teams N/A
N/A

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Girls Varsity Golf · St James High School Girls Varsity Golf beat Socastee High School 177-178


Tuesday, September 26, 2017

4:30 PM

Socastee High School
AWAY
178

St James High School
HOME
177

Meet Recap

Tuesday, the golf teams of St. James and Socastee had their own battle of 707 at Prestwick Country Club. Both teams played well on Prestwick’s flawless fairways and smooth greens. As scores came in, it was clear the match would be close. Luckily, eighth grader Adrian Anderson turned in a 38 earning her medalist honors and ensuring a win for the Lady Sharks. Jordan White was close behind carding a 41, followed by Katie Smith (43), and Kelli Jones (55). The Braves were led by Lawson Devers shooting a 42. Alisa Berindea (44), Molly Teal (46), and Joey Kirkman (46) also had scores counting in the match. The Sharks finally have a break until Monday when they face Carolina Forest at River Oaks.


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Girls Varsity Golf · St James High School Girls Varsity Golf finishes 1st place


Monday, September 25, 2017

4:30 PM

Place

1

Points

156

Meet Recap

The Lady Sharks got back to business Monday afternoon at Wachesaw Plantation. Four Sharks coming off of 36 holes over the weekend, showed no sign of fatigue shooting a team score of 156 in a victory over Georgetown and Carolina Forest. The Sharks were led by senior, captain Jordan White firing an even pa 36. Smith Knaffle contributed a 37 in the match. Eighth grader Adrian Anderson shot a 39 and Katie Smith a 44 to round out the top 4. Carolina Forest ended with a team total 204 led by Alayna Fortenberry’s 44. Anna Park (46), Mia Gray (47), and Riley Hunter (67) also had scores counting in the match. Georgetown shot a 211 led by Katherine Taylor (51). Karli Thompkins (52), Carolina Smith (52), and Taylor Strickland (56) rounded out the top 4. The Sharks travel to Prestwick Tuesday to take on Socastee.

Opponents

School Place Points
St James High School
1
156
Carolina Forest High School
2
204
Georgetown High School
3
211

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Girls Varsity Golf · St James High School Girls Varsity Golf finishes 2nd place


Saturday, September 23, 2017

12:30 PM

Place

2

Points

454

Meet Recap

The Lady Sharks traveled to Beaufort, SC this weekend to play in the WSCGA High School Invitational. They were among the best teams and individuals from the state of South Carolina, but again the Lexington Wildcats earned first place. The Wildcats were led by Gracyn Burgess, the tournament medalist. She was supported by strong performances from her three teammates, all shooting under 80 both days. Isabella Rawl contributed a 150 total, Karlee Vardas a 151, and Kennedy Gooding a 154. The Lady Sharks were led in scoring by Junior Smith Knaffle, shooting a 73-70=143 and placing second overall individually. Adrian Anderson (155) and Jordan White (156) also contributed scores for the Sharks. Other 4A teams in the tournament were May River (510), Daniel (513), Hartsville (547), Pickens (557) and Greenville (569). The Sharks will have one last chance to beat Lexington on October 5 at the rescheduled Palmetto Preview at Mid Carolina Country Club. The Lady Sharks return to regular season play Monday at home against Georgetown and Carolina Forest.

Other score details at link below:
https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/1164174

Opponents

School Place Points
Lexington High School
1
440
St James High School
2
454