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vs.
North Raleigh Christian Academy
Hasentree Country Club
Win 148-166
vs.
Ravenscroft School
Carolina Country Club
<None Specified> 0-
CANCELLED
vs.
Ravenscroft School
North Ridge Golf Course
Win 289-290
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Grace Christian School
Lochmere Country Club
Win 141-172
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Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
Win 301-324
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Broughton High School
Raleigh Country Club
Win 157-158
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The O'Neal School
Lonnie Poole Golf Course
Win 301-305
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Arendell Parrott Academy
Kinston Country Club
Win 305-325
vs.
Cary Academy
Prestonwood Country Club
<None Specified> 0-
CANCELLED
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EPIC Tournament
Lonnie Poole Golf Course
Loss 295-290

Roster

  • Davis Adams
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Wells Armes
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Alexander Conway
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Douglas Hanna
    2018
  • William Lewis
    2018
    Raleigh, NC
  • Bryan Pennington
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Parker Smith
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • David Wiley
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • James Wiley
    2018
    Raleigh, NC
  • Andrew Wilmoth
    2018
    Morrisville, NC

Coaches

Team Stories

Golf Team 2nd, Wilmoth T1st
Steve Barnes

The Warriors varsity boys golf team finished second to EPIC rival The O’Neal School in the 2A state tournament at the Whispering Pines Country Club near Southern Pines. St. David’s could not overcome a four shot deficit after Monday’s first round and ended with a four man two day total of 603, while O’Neal came in at 587. Senior Andrew Wilmots, who will play at North Carolina State next year,  tied for individual medalist honors with a four under par 140.  Senior Will Lewis finished sixth at 152, while 8th grader Davis Adams was ninth at 154.  

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Steve Barnes

The 2A state golf championship is shaping up to be a two team race after the first day at the Whispering Pines Country Club near Southern Pines. The O’Neal School of Southern Pines leads the Warriors by four shots after the first 18 holes. O’Neal shot a four player team shot of 295, which is seven over par. SDS came in at +11 299. Parrott Academy is a distant third at 329. Warriors senior Andrew Wilmoth had the low round of the day, a three under par 69. Two O’Neal golfers are next at 70 and 71. Will Lewis (76), Davis Adams (77) and Wells Armes (77) rounded out the St. David’s scoring. Round two begins Tuesday morning.

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Wilmoth Joins The Pack
Steve Barnes

Senior Andrew Wilmoth committed to play golf at North Carolina State University on Monday. He becomes the fourth member of the 2016 state championship team to play college golf, following Preston Ball (Loyola of Maryland), Gray Matthews (Sewanee: The University of the South) and Parker Gillam (Wake Forest).“I’ve always wanted to play for them,” said Wilmoth. “Lonnie Poole will be a great home course and I’m grateful it worked out.” Wilmoth and the rest of the Warriors will try for their third straight state title Monday and Tuesday at Whispering Pines. It’s a great achievement and I’m very proud of him,” said coach Chris Wilson. “He’s been on varsity since 8th grade and his hard work paid off.” 

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Golfers Finish Second
Steve Barnes

The boys varsity golf team finished second in the EPIC tournament Thursday at Lonnie Poole Golf Course in Raleigh. The O’Neal School of Southern Pines fired a four-man team total of two over par 290 to earn the victory by five strokes. Will Lewis led the Warriors with a three-under par 69. Andrew Wilmoth (74), Davis Adams (74) and James Wiley (78) completed the St. David’s scoring. All four were named to the All-Conference team. Grace Christian (340) was a distant third.

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Steve Barnes

The varsity boys golf team defeated Parrott Academy by 20 shots Thursday on a blustery day at the Kinston Country Club. Andrew Wilmoth took medalist honors with a two over par 73. Will Lewis finished at 76, while Wells Armes (77) and Wells Conway (79) completed the team total of 305. “We had a long day of well played golf,” said coach Chris Wilson. “It was warm and windy and our guys did a good job of managing the conditions.”

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