By: Tim Chambers
Tomahawk Sports Editor
Johnson County was a bit off their game on Tuesday but it was still enough to slip past the Bulldogs. The Longhorns prevailed by eight strokes, 206-214, at the Red Tail Golf Course.
Isaiah Penley recorded a 43 to take low medalist honors. Brandon Vannoy added a 47 for the Longhorns who won despite their final two qualifiers shooting 58s.
Hampton won the girls match with Hannah Brumitts 48 being the top score.
JCHS Austin Atwood knows his team has to play better when they travel to Elizabethton on Wednesday.
We werent on top of our game at all, said Atwood about his teams performance. I dont feel like anyone had their best game but its still early in the season. I think Isaiah can shoot a little better than he did today and Brandon got his score down some from the last match. Weve got to get our others kids scores down. Sawyer Main was sick today and didnt play and that hurt. Hes usually plays under 50 and well need that. The kids are having fun and thats what matters most. I know the scores will improve.