ANDREWS, Texas – The Andrews High School Girls Golf team crushed the competition on their way to a 10th straight Regional Championship.
After the first round of play at Shadow Hills Golf Course in Lubbock, Texas, the Andrews Black team was in the lead by 16 strokes. By the end of round two on Tuesday, the squad of five pushed their lead to 33 strokes and clinched a spot at the state tournament.
The Regional Championship marked the 10th consecutive and 27th overall for the Lady Mustangs program. The Lady Mustangs have won the last nine State Championships and 17 in the program’s history.
Seniors Brynlee Dyas and Jordyn Hall led the Lady Mustangs with the lowest scores of the tournament. Dyas shot 6-over-par and was awarded the top finalist of the tournament. Hall posted a 7-over-par score, one stroke behind Dyas.
The Andrews Gold squad finished fourth, just missing the cut to advance to state. Alexza Madrid will advance to the State tournament as the first medalist while Kyleigh McGowen will advance as the second medalist.
The UIL Girls Golf State Tournament will take place on Monday and Tuesday, May 10-11, at the Plum Creek Golf Course in Kyle, Texas.