Local golf teams had a busy weekend with Glasgow’s and Barren County’s boys playing in the Somerset Invitational at Eagle’s Nest Country Club and Glasgow’s girls playing in the Women’s Bowling Green Invitational at Bowling Green Country Club.

Glasgow finished seventh, while Barren County was 13th out of 21 teams in the field.

Kent Bulle shot 3-over 74 to lead the Scotties and he was tied for fourth individually with Aaron Anderson of Elizabethtown.

Also for Glasgow, Ben Thompson shot 79, while Alex Berry posted 83 and Andrew Wade finished with 91. Those four individual rounds were added together to get the team score of 327.

Thomas Vick also played for Glasgow and shot 101.

Ben Shipley — tied for 13th — led Barren with 6-over 78, while Bryce Poynter fired 82. Tyler Stewart and Jared Saltsman shot 89 and 90, respectively, to have their rounds factored into the team score of 339.

Also, Ben Bailey played for the Trojans and shot 94.

Elizabethtown won the match with a team score of 310. Trinity and Lexington-Lafayette each scored 315.

Tucker Willis of Lafayette won with a 1-over 72 round.

In Bowling Green, the Lady Scotties posted a team score of 371 and finished tied for eighth with Monroe County.

Kristen Wilkinson led Glasgow at 12-over 84, but the Lady Falcons Laura Anderson was medalist with an even-par 72. She finished two strokes ahead of second-place April Emerson of Russell County.

Central Hardin won the team title with a score of 333, while Russell County was second with a 339.

Also playing for Glasgow were Madison Myers (90), Blair Dennison (98), Kylie Foushee (99) and Ashton Foushee (113).

Also playing for Monroe County were Cecilee Harlan (83), Ali Walden (94), Laura Jill Proffitt (122) and Lauren Anderson (126).

Whitney Manion of Barren County played in the tournament as an individual and finished tied for ninth with a 9-over 81 round.

• Glasgow drops two

Over the weekend, the Glasgow Lady Scotties soccer team fell at Greenwood, 7-0. The loss dropped the Lady Scotties to 3-6-1 overall.

Glasgow coach Lora Garrett said Elda Llamas-Navarro and Sara Garrett played well defensively, while Kayla Foster and Charli Fant “controlled the ball” offensively.

The Lady Scotties return to action today at 5:30 p.m. at the Glasgow-Barren County Soccer Complex when they host Bowling Green.

Last Thursday, the Lady Scotties traveled to Owensboro to face the Owensboro Catholic Lady Aces in a play-in game for the Class A State Tournament in Frankfort.

Glasgow fell, 4-0.

Coach Garrett stated the score “was not indicative of the Lady Scotties’ effort.

“Kristen Kopp and Stephanie Ray played very hard defensively.”

In other soccer news, the Scotties were also at home Saturday afternoon against University Heights Academy and lost, 8-1. Their record dropped to 0-9 on the season. They resume play Thursday with a game at the complex at 5:30 p.m. against Owensboro Catholic.

The Barren County Trojans tied Todd County Central, 2-2, Saturday on the road and their record stands at 3-4-1. They return to action today with a game at Butler County at 7 p.m.

Monday afternoon, the Trojanettes defeated Grayson County on the road, 4-1, and they improved to 4-1-3 overall.

They return to action Thursday with a home game against Greenwood at 5:30 p.m.

• Barren County cross country runs

The Barren County girls’ cross country team ran in the Warren Central Invitational at Keriakes Park on Saturday in their first 5K race of the season.

“The Warren Central Cross Country Invitational was a very competitive meet with approximately 12 schools participating,” coach Terry Reed stated. “I was very pleased with everyone’s effort on a very warm day and a very demanding hilly course. This was our varsity girls first competition at the 5K and each runner gave their best for the team.”

Catherine Beals led the Trojanettes with a time of 22:21, while Kaitlyn Beals finished the course in 25:22.

“Catherine completed her first 5K of the season. She led the team with a very competitive 18th overall place,” Reed stated. “With a few more 3.1-mile races and improvement of her stamina, Catherine will be breaking 21 minutes. Kaitlyn ran a very solid race and will improve her times as we experience more meets and training.”

Also on the Barren County were Chesley Craine (30:03), Alyce Salley (30:58) and Theresa Gooden (34:18).

The Trojans had two runners running in the boys’ varsity meet at Keriakes Park.

Ryan Conover finished 38th with a time of 19:16, while Jonathan Buck was 41st and finished in 19:33.

The cross country teams return to action Saturday in the Central Hardin Invitational at Freeman Lake.

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