Childress falls in 19 holes at NC Junior championship

Published 7:07 pm Wednesday, June 28, 2017

THOMASVILLE — Michael Childress, of Salisbury, was eliminated on Wednesday morning, during the match play round of 64 at the 50th N.C. Junior Boys’ Championship.

Childress, a senior at Cannon School, lost a very competitive battle with Charlotte’s Graham Chase, 1-up, in 19 holes, at Colonial Country Club.
Chase also won his afternoon match and advanced to this morning’s round of 16.
Childress was the only local golfer playing in the match play round, after Bryson Sprinkle, Charlie Barr and Parker Chavis were eliminated in Tuesday’s stroke play.