Granbury junior golf star Mason Lewis went as low as she ever has in bagging the 5A state golf title.
Mason fired a two-day score of 140 at White Wing Golf Club in Georgetown to finish at four under par on the first day and a stroke ahead of Midlothian’s Tiffany Cao to win the championship.
“It’s pretty amazing,” Lady Pirate head coach Becky Addison told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “If you knew Mason, you’d know she has an amazing work ethic, and this is a testament of how hard she works. It’s well deserved and doesn’t surprise me. She had a great tournament.”
Lewis’ accomplishments didn’t go unnoticed, with the state Senate honoring her with Senate Resolution470.
“Her exceptional dedication and work ethic and her fine sportsmanship have provided a sterling example for her teammates throughout the season,” the resolution reads. “Whereas, winning a state championship is a daunting task that requires countless hours of hard work and an unwavering commitment to excellence; Granbury High School and the people of North Texas are justifiably proud of Mason for her impressive skills and her outstanding achievements; now therefore, be it resolved that the Senate of the State of Texas 87th Legislature, hereby congratulate Mason Lewis on winning the 2021 Class 5A girls golf individual state championship title and extend to her best wishes for continued success in all future endeavors.”