|Northcutt, Gideon finish 1-2|
|From Staff Reports|
April 1, 2004 -- BONHAM -- Seth Northcutt shot an even-par 72, good enough for a first-place finish, while teammate Dustin Gideon won on a playoff hole to finish right behind with a 76, as Sulphur Springs won Wednesday's Greenville Tournament at Legacy Ridge.
It sets up quite an interesting district tournament Monday and Tuesday, as the Wildcats return to the site of their good fortune.
Northcutt was 1-under par with three holes to play and hit his drive through a dog leg into a hazard to move back to even par. He shot a 38 on his first nine (which was actually the back nine due to a shotgun start) and finished with a 34.
Caleb Beck finished eighth with an 80, while Chase Helm and Hutton Harris added an 86 and 88 respectively.
Sherman teammates Aaron Capps (76) and Jeff Dick (78) were third and fourth. North Lamar golfers John Ross Fowler and Eric White also shot 78s along with Greenville's Chris Hayen. Bearcat twins Scott and Stewart Murray shot identical 80s to finish ninth and 10th.
North Lamar (317) finished behind SSHS, with Sherman third at 319. The Bonham A team was fourth with a 346, Greenville fifth with a 348 and Paris sixth with a 357. Rounding out the team scores were Farmersville (365), Community (372) and Bonham B (425).
Wildcat head coach Doug Evans said it was an exciting day and feels a repeat of Wednesday's effort would give the team an excellent shot at advancing to the regional tournament April 19-20 at Robson Ranch in Denton.