Players with low stroke averages receive plaques


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Zach Spicer, The Tribune/ Seymour High School golfers receiving awards during Tuesday's banquet were, front row from left, Dustin Ruddick, Ethan Ashley and Austin Frady; back row from left, Jordan Jones, Briar Tidd, Brady Marshall and Gray Nelson.


In a high school golf match, it takes individuals coming together to form a team score.

Since every score counts, first-year Seymour High School boys golf coach Tim Freshour chose not to give out a most valuable player award at Tuesday’s banquet at the Shadowood Golf Course pavilion.

Instead, he gave plaques to the golfer who had the low stroke average for nine and 18 holes. Both awards went to junior Dustin Ruddick, who averaged 40 for nine hole and 81 for 18 holes.

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