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Girls Golf

Rheagan Hall
Rheagan Hall First Team

School: Cleveland

Grade: 11, Thanks to her second-day 70, she finished eighth in the Class AAA state tournament. She also won the Region 3 and City Prep tournaments.

Kate Mashburn
Kate Mashburn First Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, The Tennessee Tech signee tied for second in Georgia?s Class AAA state tournament. She also tied for second in the Area 4 tournament.

Tori Owens
Tori Owens First Team

School: Murray Co

Grade: 10,She tied for runner-up in the GHSA Class AAA state tournament after shooting a 73 to capture the Area 4 individual championship.

Hannah Powell
Hannah Powell First Team

School: St. Andrews-Sewanee

Grade: 12,Headed to play at Sewanee, she was medalist in the Division II-A state tournament, shooting 76-72. She was the East/Middle Region runner-up.

Danielle Bates
Danielle Bates Second Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12,

Kelsey  Cassada
Kelsey Cassada Second Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 12,

Macall Miller
Macall Miller Second Team

School: Gordon Lee

Grade: 10,

Katelyn Skiffen
Katelyn Skiffen Second Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 11,

Lydia Campbell
Lydia Campbell Third Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 10,

McKenzie Frizzell
McKenzie Frizzell Third Team

School: GPS

Grade: 11,

Savannah Satterfield
Savannah Satterfield Third Team

School: North Murray

Grade: 11,

Jayla Sims
Jayla Sims Third Team

School: Soddy-Daisy

Grade: 12,

Clay Stephenson
Clay Stephenson , Coach

School: Calhoun

Coach, Calhoun won the GHSA Class AAA state tournament for a third consecutive year. This year it had a three-stroke advantage after the first day of play at Okefenokee Country Club in Blackshear, but ended up finishing 13 shots ahead of runner-up Union County. Maddie Crump, Katie Kaufman, Kate Mashburn and Molly Mashburn each contributed counting scores in the tournament and all finished in the top 23 individually. The Lady Yellow Jackets also won the Area 4 tournament at Fields Ferry in Calhoun and have been area/region champion the last eight of Stephenson?s nine years heading the program. "This year's team was incredible, the way they played for each other. That's what I'm most proud of. If one had a bad day, the others would pick them up, and vice versa. They never really worried about their individual scores all year. They always worried about their teammates. That's what made it so special."