Powell medalist, Marshals win team title at Invitational

The Marshals won by nine strokes over Mayfield to defend their title at the Marshall County Invitational. Pictured (L-R) Jay Nimmo, Camdyn McLeod, Nathan Clark, Drake Butler and Tyler Powell.

High School golf talent from around Western Kentucky was on full display at Saturday’s Marshall County Invitational at Calvert City Country Club. A total of 109 boys and 86 girls hit the links at Calvert City with the boy’s teeing off at 7:30 and the girl’s getting underway at 1:45.

The Marshals took the team title with a score of 306, nine strokes better than second place Mayfield with 315. Marshall County’s Tyler Powell earned medalist honors with an even par round of 72, second place went to Hickman County’s Tyler Abernathy with a 1-over 73, third to Trey Lewis of Ohio County with 1-over 73 and fourth to Marshall County’s Jay Nimmo with a 2-over 74.

The Marshals also fielded a B and C team. The B team shot 359 with scoring from Trey Wall 85, Nick Dowdy 86, Teddy Wynn 92, Preston Futrell 96 and David Jack Morris 96. The C team shot 397, scoring coming from Hayden Powell 90, Hunter Anderson 96, Tate Scillian 97 and Ben Staples 114.

Tyler Powell, teeing off on number 18, won individual medalist with an even par round of 72.
Jay Nimmo (left) took fourth overall, Tyler Abernathy (center) from Hickman County placed second and Tyler Powell (right) took first. Not pictured, Ohio County’s Trey Lewis placed third.
Nathan Clark studies his putt on the 16th green at Calvert City Country Club.
Jay Nimmo watches his putt on the 18th green in Saturday’s Marshall County Invitational.
Camdyn McLeod teeing off on number 17 on his way to a round of 77.
Drake Butler watches his putt on the 16th green at Calvert City Country Club.