GOLF ROUNDUP: Lemon Bay girls bounce back one day after loss

Staff reports

Following a loss to Venice in a tri-match on Tuesday, Hyasha Crumpton led Lemon Bay to a 206-224 victory of Naples St. John Neumann.

Crumpton’s 47 on the par-26 front nine of Rotonda Long Marsh Golf Club helped the Manta Rays improve to 8-2 on the season.

Christian Chandler (50), Alaina Schofield (53) and Sarah Bedford (56) followed Crumpton to help give Lemon Bay an 18-stroke win.

Neumann’s Sophie Shrader was the match’s best on Wednesday with a 45.


Venice had three of its four counting scores in the 40s Tuesday to win a tri-match with Lemon Bay and North Port at Capri Isles Golf Club.

Playing the par-36 front nine at the course, the Indians (3-0) had a team total of 194 led by a 41 from Natasha Lewicki. Celia Lau was next with 44 followed by Andrea Stultz (47) and Amelia Valery (62). Klieg Rice was the fifth Venice player with 66.

Lemon Bay had 201 led by a 48 from Hyasha Crumpton. Kayla Faircloth (50), Ali Pappalardo (51) and Sarah Bedford (52) were the other counting scores. Alaina Schofield (54) and Christain Chandler (56) also played for the Manta Rays (7-5).

Meadow Southworth was the match’s medalist with 38 for North Port (222). Other players for the Bobcats (3-5) were Vannessa Morgan (53), Maggie Brown (63), Skylar Poitras (68), Cameron Nazario (74) and Megan Ortiz (75).

Port Charlotte boys coast:

The Pirates had all four of their counting scores in the 30s Tuesday on the way to a 149 total and a easy win over North Port (174) and Booker (196) in a tri-match.

Jacob Goldman topped Port Charlotte with 36 followed by a 37 from Yui Fujii and 38s from Marc Kaneko-Fujii and Logan Sorah.

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