Wil Gardner

Wil Gardner hits a putt during Tuesday's Piedmont District golf match at Oak Hill in Eden, NC. Gardner was the medalist of the tournament.

EDEN, NC — Magna Vista junior Wil Gardner earned medalist honors with a 2-over-par 74 on Tuesday at the Oak Hills Golf and Events Center.

The match was the sixth of seven regular season Piedmont District meets.

Halifax County won the team competition with a collective score of 321, led by Willoughby Gasperini’s 77.

Tunstall claimed second place with a score of 324. Dylan Martin paced the Trojans with a 76, earning second place among individuals, while teammate Noah White shot a 77.

Patrick County finished third with a collective 330. David Smith and Taylor Swails each shot an 81 to lead the Cougars.

Full Results are listed below.

Piedmont District Regular Season Match No. 6

At Oak Hills Golf and Events Center

Eden, North Carolina

Halifax County – 321

Willoughby Gasperini – 71

Will Abdi – 81

Harrison Culpepper – 83

Jaxon Lloyd – 92

Tunstall – 324

Dylan Martin – 76

Noah White – 77

Karington Brooks – 81

Madeline Barker – 90

Patrick County – 330

David Smith – 81

Taylor Swails – 81

Jalen Hagwood – 82

Wesley Roberson – 86

Magna Vista – 338

Wil Gardner – 74

Pat McCricker – 80

Dylan McCricker – 92

Cam Robertson – 92

G.W. Danville – 338

Mac Newell – 77

Ethan Casteel – 80

Will Gunn – 82

Sadie Gunn – 99

Bassett – 367

Sydney Witcher – 86

Camden Bryant – 88

Chris Kallam – 88

Elliot Underwood – 105

Cara Cooper is the sports editor of the Martinsville Bulletin. You can reach her at (276)638-8801 ext. 241.

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