Jersey Village High School freshman Daniela Palmeros shot a two-round total of 142 to win the District 17-6A girls ’ golf individual championship. She posted a 71 on each sidereal day of the District 17-6A Girls ’ Golf Tournament, held March 28-29 at Jersey Meadow Golf Course .
April 12, 2022 —Jersey Village High School freshman Daniela Palmeros posted a two-day score of 142 ( 71-71 ) to win the individual backing at the District 17-6A Girls ’ Golf Tournament, held March 28-29 at Jersey Meadow Golf Course. On the boys ’ side, Cypress Creek High School posted a two-day grudge of 580 ( 289-291 ) to place moment as a team at the District 17-6A Boys ’ Golf Tournament, held March 31 and April 4 at Cypress Lakes Golf Club .
All qualifying teams and medalists progress to the Region III-6A Golf Tournament at Eagle Pointe Golf Club ( 12440 Eagle Pointe Drive ) in Mont Belvieu. The girls ’ tournament is set for April 18-19, while the boys ’ tournament is set for April 20-21 .
Palmeros won the zone style by one inject, edging Cathilyn Lee of Spring Branch ISD ’ s Memorial High School.
Cy-Fair High School junior Ashleen Kaur shot a two-round sum of 144 to place one-third at the District 17-6A Girls ’ Golf Tournament to finish third individually and qualify for the Region III-6A Tournament .
Cy-Fair High School junior Ashleen Kaur finished two shots back, posting a two-day sum of 144 ( 70-74 ) to place one-third. She joins Palmeros as the two District 17-6A medalists advancing to regionals .
memorial ’ s second team ( 317-321–638 ) won the district title, while its first team ( 346-336–682 ) placed second to besides advance. Cy-Fair posted a two-day total of 714 ( 364-350 ) and was CFISD ’ s highest-finishing team .
Cypress Creek High School golfers, from left, Taft Harter, Jackson Gilbert, Rex Hargrove, Braedon Hoyt and Tim Mauldin placed second at the District 17-6A Boys ’ Golf Tournament, held March 31 and April 4 at Cypress Lakes Golf Club. The Cougars qualified for the Region II-6A Tournament for the second back-to-back year.
On the boys ’ side, the five Cypress Creek golfers who comprised the second-place eat up were Rex Hargrove ( 72-67–139 ), Jackson Gilbert ( 68-72–140 ), Braeden Hoyt ( 68-76–144 ), Tim Mauldin ( 81-76–157 ) and Taft Harter ( 91-84–175 ) .
Hargrove and Gilbert finished second gear and third, respectively, while Hoyt tied for seventh to give the Cougars three finishers in the top 10 .
Cypress Creek High School junior Rex Hargrove shot a two-round total of 139 at the District 17-6A Boys ’ Golf Tournament, finishing second individually and helping the Cougars coating second in the team competition.
“ The boys played their best golf of the temper at the zone tournament, ” said Scott Holloway, Cypress Creek lead boys ’ golf coach. “ These guys have put in an excessive amount of time practicing golf over the by year. Their hard work has paid off with a second consecutive stumble to the regional tournament. ”
Memorial ( 274-289–563 ) won the team championship, Stratford ’ mho Andrew Ferworn and Memorial ’ s Gray Gammill earned the two medalist spots after placing tied for seventh and one-ninth individually .
Cy-Fair High School sophomore Binh Pham posted a two-round entire of 152 at the District 17-6A Boys ’ Golf Tournament, tying for 11th individually .