By John Lachmann
Junior Parker Harris and senior Andy Buten tied for medalist honors to pace Highlands in a 166-224 win over Simon Kenton on Tuesday.
It was the first time this season Buten has medaled. Harris had medaled three times previously this year.
MEDALISTS: Harris (H) and Buten (H), 3-over 38s on the front nine at Highland Country Club. RECORD: Highlands 8-4.
DIXIE HEIGHTS 185, SIMON KENTON 211 – Freshman Zach Anderson medaled for the first time in his career, shooting a match-low 43 for the Colonels.
Anderson topped the field by one stroke.
MEDALIST: Anderson (DH), 7-over 43 on the front nine at Kenton County Willows. RECORD: Dixie Heights 5-4.
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