CCMS and Westwood Golf Close Season at CTC Conference Championship

Samuel Prater(left) and Austin Farris(right) hold their 1st and 2nd place trophies on Wednesday following the CTC Golf Tournament (Photo by Holly Rodriquez)

Samuel Prater(left) and Austin Farris(right) hold their 1st and 2nd place trophies on Wednesday following the CTC Golf Tournament (Photo by Holly Rodriquez)

Members of the CCMS Golf team (left to right): Samuel Prater, Matthew Hale, Josh Perry, Austin Farris and Jake Melton on Wednesday following the CTC Golf Tournament (Photo by Holly Rodriquez)

Members of the CCMS Golf team (left to right): Samuel Prater, Matthew Hale, Josh Perry, Austin Farris and Jake Melton on Wednesday following the CTC Golf Tournament (Photo by Holly Rodriquez)

Coming back from a thumb injury this week, Coffee County Middle School’s  Samuel Prater did not look like his golf game had any rust on it as all as he shot an even par 36 in the CTC Golf Championship at Bear Trace on Wednesday.  Fellow CCMS golfer Austin Farris also blazed the course with a 1 over par 37 as the pair of Red Raiders shot the 2 lowest individual scores for the tournament.  However,  Tullahoma placed 3 golfers in the top 5 to hold off the Raiders for the team title 162 to 177.  Westwood’s Christopher Robinson was lower scorer for the Rockets as he posted a 50 while teammate Austin Burch carded a 55.  In girl’s play, Harris defeated Fayetteville 117 to 122.  Olivia Lewis and Reagan Chambers of Coffee County were the lone female golfers for either the Raiders or Rockets in Wednesday’s tournament.  The meet closes an exciting and successful school year for both middle school athletic departments