Congratulations to the Friendswood Mustangs and the Lady Mustangs on winning their respective District 24-4A golf championships.
A tip of the Tam-O-Shanter also goes to Robert Todd and to Emma Brackett on their individual titles — the former by 11 and the latter by a whopping 15 shots.
Brackett and teammates Alex Magid, Abbey Hayford, Victoria Hartman and Abby Hendrick will travel to the Region III-4A competition at River Ridge today and Wednesday; they will be joined by Medalist Todd, individual runner-up Bryce Dooley, Daniel Bradley, Aron Hetsko and Harrison Slone.
Texas City standout Zach Haley will advance in singles competition in the company of the Lady Stingaree team, which finished second in district play. Team members are Autumn Gilley, Lindsey Nolte, Amanda Jensen, Maddi Monroe and Meghan Reid. Friendswood’s Shelby Michael will compete for the individual title.
Friendswood’s domination included the Mustang’s No. 2 team, comprised of Jacob Gill, Sterling Killian, Adam Michaelek, Sam Kinloch and Nick Oldham, who also earned a spot in regionals.
If weather has not caused a postponement, you can dash on out to Magnolia Creek today and play in the inaugural Clear Springs Girls Soccer Booster Club tourney, set for a 1 p.m. start. Dennis Mencacci, 832-607-2823, and Scott Jones, 713-376-9686, guarantee good fun and good food.
Interfaith Caring Ministries will conduct its 18th annual fundraiser May 12 at South Shore Harbour Country Club, beginning with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. To claim one of the few remaining slots or sponsorships, call Haley Lusson at 281-332-3881, Ext. 1112.
The fourth annual Red and Black Golf Classic at Moody Gardens is slated for May 2 with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Call 409-765-6607 or email email@example.com to reserve a spot.
Next week: How former Oiler Head Coach Ed Biles lipped out an ace.
Be safe, on and off the course.