EHS Golf

Enterprise's girls golf team earned runner-up at the state tournament. Pictured, from left, are coach Rex Bynum, Katie Smith, Ashley Sinclair Curtis, Emilia Smith and Emily Yerman. 

After tying for first place in last week’s Class 7A Sub-State Tournament, the Enterprise Lady Cats golf team headed to Prattville for the AHSAA State Golf Tournament on May 14 for the first time in school history.

The Lady Cats finished as runner-up in the state tournament, which Auburn took first place in. Enterprise shot a two-day total of 502 and were led by Ashley Sinclair Curtis and Emilia Smith who shot a two-day total of 151 each, which tied the pair with Auburn’s Morgan Jones for second place overall in the tournament.

On day two, Curits shot 27, Smith shot 77 and Katie Smith shot 98.

Huntsville finished in third place and Hoove finished in fourth.

Enterprise’s runner-up finish was the highest finish in school history for the Lady Cats and was also the first time the team had ever made it to the state tournament.

On May 6 the Lady Cats headed to Mobile to compete in the AHSAA Sub-State Tournament played at the Robert Trent Jones-Magnolia Grove Crossings Course and shattered a school record enroute to tying for first place in the tournament.

The Lady Cats fired a school record score of 237, which was good enough to tie Auburn for first place in the tournament and earn a spot in the Class 7A State Tournament on May 13.

Because of the tie score the two teams had a playoff to see who would be crowned Sub-State Tournament Champion, which Auburn eventually won.

Enterprise’s Emilia Smith shot a 72, which was right behind the tournament leader Elizabeth Preus – a Troy signee – of Auburn who shot 70.

Enterprise’s Ashley Sinclair Curtis shot 74 and Katie Smith shot a 91. Emily Yerman also shot a 107 in a non-counting score.

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