Why chosen: Beech advanced to his first Class A/AA state tournament this season, shooting a two-day 157.
Why chosen: Clear shot a two-day 161 in his first Class AAA state tournament. He averaged 74 for the season.
Why chosen: The UT-Martin signee and Class AAA state runner-up with a two-day 2-under 142. He was the District 7-AAA champion, and finished with a 70 average for 18 holes.
Why chosen: Owens finished tied for 10th at the Class AAA state tournament. He was the District 7-AAA runner-up, and averaged 72 for 18 holes this season.
Why chosen: Pfeifer averaged 74.5 to lead the Patriots. He shot 76 in both the District 7-AAA and Region 4-AAA tournament.
Josh Bunch, Blackman, Sr.
Kyle Clary, Siegel, Jr.
Josh Chalfant, Smyrna, Jr.
Thomas Lewter, Siegel, Sr.
Colton Miller, Central Magnet, Jr.
Dustin Carroll, FRCS
Jordan Dye, La Vergne.
Robert Fraser, Oakland
Briar Jakes, Cannon Co.
Trae Balmer, Stewarts Creek
Cameron Stone, Siegel
Reid Zingale, Siegel
Central Magnet, Sr.
Why chosen: The three-time Class A/AA state qualifier finished seventh at the state tournament. Her two-day 159 tops all Rutherford County golfers.
Why chosen: Johnston, a two-time state qualifier, shot 174 for the Class AAA state tournament. She averaged 85.1 for the season.
Why chosen:Kinnie, a two-time Class AAA state tournament qualifier, shot 170 in this year’s TSSAA Class AAA state tournament. She averaged 82 for the season.
Jessie Eaton, Oakland, Fr.
Melissa Kiker, Siegel, Jr.
Brooklyn Snell, Eagleville, Sr.
Kelsey Spivey, Blackman, Sr.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Why chosen: Wortman’s boys and girls teams placed higher than any District 7-AAA team in the Region 4-AAA tournament. The girls team finished second in the region tournament. The boys team was third, edging rival SIegel. The girls won the District 7-AAA tournament, while the boys team finished second in the district tournament.
Quote: “Both our boys and girls teams were very consistent in their play. They were good each day out.”
— Barry Wortman