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Sunday, July 29, 2018

Bluebirds Finish Third in NKY Tournament

Gabbard Takes Medalist Honors with 69 Score

Twitter Photo. The Highlands Boys Golf team finished third in the Northern Kentucky Tournament on Sunday. Sophomore Justin Gabbard took medalist honors shooting a 69.
The Blue and White shot for a third tournament championship in three days.

But the Highlands Bluebirds boys golf team fell five strokes short of it. Highlands shot a 319 in the Northern Kentucky Tournament at the Northern Kentucky Golf Course in Butler on Sunday.

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Strong Day in Warsaw for Highlands Golf

Highlands Boys Win, Toole Takes Third in Birdie Bash

Highlands Twitter Photo. The Highlands girls golf team participated in the Walton-Verona Birdie Bash on Saturday. Freshman KJ Toole took third overall shooting an 85 in the 18-hole tournament out of 50 golfers.
The Highlands Bluebirds boys and girls golf teams ventured to Warsaw on Saturday for the Birdie Bash Tournament hosted by Walton-Verona.

The Highlands boys won their second tournament in two days while the girls had three compete individually. Four golfers are needed to form a team.

Crown in First Golf Tournament for Highlands Boys

Bluebirds Win Bullitt East Invitational

Contributed Photo. The Highlands Bluebirds boys golf team won the Bullitt East Invitational on Friday in its first outing of the season.
The Highlands Bluebirds boys golf team found itself facing a force of nature in its first golf tournament of the season.

But the Bluebirds overcame it on their way to the Bullitt East Invitational Tournament championship Friday at Tanglewood Golf Course in Taylorsville located southeast of Louisville. Highlands shot a 302 to win the 21-team tournament beating the likes of 2017 state tournament qualifying teams in 2017 8th Region champion Grant County, Owensboro Catholic and LaRue County as well as Estill County, Louisville DuPont Manual, Louisville Eastern and Shelby County.

"They did a really good job of showing some mental toughness," said Bert Richey, Highlands Head Coach. "There were a lot of teams that fell apart in the last five or six holes and our kids did a good job of staying composed and not letting their mistakes compound. J.D and Luke played really well. The wind really picked up and started blowing hard. If you didn't hit it solid, it went off-line a lot more than normal."