East girls finish third in region; West's Neuman 20th

April 18, 2012 at 12:01 a.m.
Updated April 17, 2012 at 11:18 p.m.

Victoria West senior Meagan Neuman shot her lowest round of the season at the Region IV-4A golf tournament Tuesday.

Her 6-over-par 78 was the first time she broke 80 all season, and was the lowest score from any of the 10 Victoria golfers that competed in the 36-hole tournament.

Neuman finished alone in 20th with a two-day score of 163. Overall, the Warriors maintained the 10th place position they had after Monday's action with a 749 aggregate score.

Victoria East finished the regional tournament in fifth place with a cumulative score of 690. Cassidy Hoad and Briana Reyes both shot 85 Tuesday to lead the Titans.

Smithson Valley finished six shots ahead of Lake Travis to win the regional tournament, and Buda Hays' Lindsey McCurdy shot a second straight 71 to win


Shiner's Matt Pohler qualified for the Class 1A golf tournament Tuesday, despite shooting a final round 80 in the Region IV-1A championship at the Brenham Country Club. He finished second with a 154 score through 36 holes.

Tilden-McMullen's Clay Atkinson shot the only round at or below par to beat Polher by a stroke.

In the team competition, Flatonia finished second behind Milano to also qualify for the state tournament. Moulton's Matt Orsak (166) and Tyler Swartz (169) finished in the top six as individuals, but it was not enough to qualify because the Bobkats finished third with a cumulative score of 739.


Woodsboro's Kasie Fierova shot a final round 85 to win the Region IV-1A girls golf tournament by seven strokes. The Eagles finished second in the 36-hole tournament to qualify as a team with a total score of 868.

Ganado's Leah Staff and Louise's Michela Bram qualified for next month's state tournament as individuals. They shot a 176 and 191 respectively over the two-day tournament.



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