Arabian and Warhorse golf teams heading to Regional tournaments April 23-24

The newly crowned District 29-4A golf champion Devine Arabians will join their counterpart, back-to-back district champion and last season state qualifying Warhorses down in Corpus Christi next Monday and Tuesday for the Regional golf tournament. The Arabians are fresh off a 102 stroke dismantling of second place Carrizo Springs while the Warhorses enjoyed similar success over the Wildcats winning district by 158 shots.
Each boy and girl division have 16 teams and 96 competitors, including medalists, representing 35 different school districts, all vying for a chance to play in the State meet in May at Marble Falls. The Arabians play Regional at Oso Beach Golf Course while the Warhorses play simultaneously at Gabe Lozano.
The Arabians earned the right to travel to Corpus Christi with their two-day scores of 404/413-817 while second place Carrizo Springs finished their days at 471/448-919.
Kayla Busby led the way as the district’s individual champion (88/85-173) while runner-up Preslee Quisenberry (100/94-194) followed closely behind. Shelby Spivey (105/108-213) and Lillie Weyel (111/126-237) finished 4th and 6th respectively. Paige Williamson (129/143-272), the fifth member to qualify, completed the tournament in 11th place.
For the Warhorses, their two day scores (321/313-634) easily topped Carrizo Springs (402/390-792) for the second year in a row. Carson Tilley (72/68-140), Brandon Flues (87/75-162), Brice Champion (80/84-164), and Noah Tumbarello (82/86-168) gathered the 1st-thru-4th place finishes while newcomer Kyler Brown (95/96-191) placed 7th.
By Jerel Beaty
Staff Writer