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Trey Blain Looks To Lead Young Eagles In Golf

August 23, 2017
BY BRUCE CRAWFORD - Sports Writer (bcrawford@wetzelchronicle.com) , Wetzel Chronicle

Magnolia has had some very good golfers, the past several years, and this season it continues as sophomore Trey Blain will look to lead the young Eagles.

Blain was No. 2 golfer last year, earning a shot at state last season. He will keep the team close, while he waits for the others to step in for them to salvage some wins this season.

Blain finished seventh overall in the 15-16 age division during the pre-season on the Callaway Junior Golf Tour, and finished fourth in the championship of the C.I.T., shooting a 77 at Parkersburg Country Club.

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The Eagles Trey Blain chips one on the hole in a recent golf match.

During the Callaway season, Blain carded a 78 at the Moundsville County Club and the Oglebay's Jones Course and finished second at Marietta Country Club and Bel Meadow Golf Club, winning medalist in a play-off at Bel Meadow.

During the first week, Aug. 2-3 in Morgantown, Blain claimed medalist with a course low with a 41. He then followed up the following day, he fired a 76 at the Pines Country Club and was the runner-up medalist.

The following match was at Bec Wood in Mount Pleasant, Ohio. Blain shot a sizzling one under par with a 35 to claim his second medalist in the Eagles' first three matches of the season.

As a team, Magnolia finished second at Belmont Hills in the Ohio Valley Golf League (OVGL) scramble. The Callaway Junior Tour sponsored a tournament at Clarksburg Country Club, which is a part of the high school series where Blain finished seventh overall shooting a 78. Junior letter-winner Olivia Mensore followed with a 94, while freshman Alex Parker carded a 97, and Alex Milliken posted a 116 for all the Magnolia scores.

Newcomer, Parker, also plays in the Callaway Junior Tour finished 16th overall in the 13-14 age division, with his best finish was an 80 at Big Bend.

 
 
 

 

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