By Carl Holcomb
Moorefield Golf stepped on the green and marked their spot with a second place finish in the season opener at Polish Pines in Keyser during a quad-match which was won by Petersburg last Wednesday.
“There is a very slim margin for error here at Polish Pines,” Moorefield Golf coach Wade Armentrout noted.
“Golf is a game of inches, every angle matters.”
The Yellow Jackets scored a total of 200 points led by returning state tournament junior representative Ean Carr with a card of 44, only nine strokes behind the Vikings guided by overall low-medalist Lucas Berg with a 37.
Moorefield had two others hit in the 40’s as junior Zach Arbaugh completed the course with a 47 and senior Ethan Slack notched a 49. The fourth member of the Yellow Jackets, sophomore Trace Miller, rounded out the scoring with a card of 60.