Trimble County's Tanner Stark punched his ticket to the state finals after an impressive performance in the All "A" Golf Regional at Sugar Bay Golf Course on Tuesday.

Stark was two-over par for the tournament and was only one of two golfers to qualify for the next round. No other details from the match were available.

Trimble County's girls also competed in the regional. Megan Turner led the way for the Raiders, carding a 93, with Hayley Barker two strokes behind at 95.

Sidney Gossom fired a 99, while Brooke Huff shot a 100. Kate Staples rounded out the scoring rounds for Trimble County with a 101.

"We are used to seeing Kate (Staples) and Brooke (Huff) in leader roles and it is good to see the rest of the team playing more consistent," Trimble County coach Jim Meisner said. "We are looking forward to the next few matches and the NCKC Tournament as we focus on the regionals at the end of September."

The Trimble girls will be in action on Thursday, facing Walton-Verona back at Sugar Bay Golf Course.

Rebels 2nd at Wooded View

Southwestern's golfers finished second in a three-way meet at Wooded View Golf Course in Clarksville on Tuesday.

Silver Creek won the match with a team score of 188. Southwestern was second with a 239 and Clarksville was third with a 263.

Kelsey Reeves led Southwestern with a 52. Kyla Harsin had a 56, Beth Reno a 63 and Megan Morris a 68 to round out the Rebels' scoring.

Silver Creek's Charlotte Seaton shot a 43 to take low-medalist honors for the match. Kaela Roberts had a 47 for the Dragons, Lily Smith had a 48, Liv Schmidt a 50 and Emily Christman a 51.

Miranda Dekort led Clarksville with a 55. Brittany Moore had a 65, Maggie Baird a 71 and Amber Skaggs a 72.

On Monday, Southwestern finished second in a three-way meet at Sunrise Golf Course, a match that was won by Madison.

Harsin led the Rebels with a 55, Reno shot a 56, Reeves had a 57 and Morris a 68.

Southwestern's next match will be the Ohio River Valley Conference championship at Sunrise on Saturday.