Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at 4:56 am (Updated: September 5, 6:03 am)
An already young Lady Cats golf team was even younger last week as its oldest player sat out a home match against Oldham County.
Coach Willie Peyton decided to have MacKenzie Peyton, his best and oldest player, sit out the home match against Oldham County in order to allow her to focus on a big tournament coming up this weekend. He also wanted to be able to give another of his young players the opportunity to score in a varsity match.
The move paid off as the Lady Cats pulled out a 219-222 victory over Oldham County at the Henry County Country Club.
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