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19 Athletes, Unified Partners, Caddies and Coaches to Represent Tennessee at Special Olympics North America Golf Championship

The 22nd Annual Special Olympics North America Golf Championship to be held in Galloway, NJ
SONA Golf Championship

Special Olympics Tennessee is proud to announce that 19 people including athletes, Unified Partners, coaches/caddies and staff have been named to the roster to represent the state at the 22nd Annual Special Olympics North America Golf Championship. The three-day tournament will take place October 2 to 5, 2023 at Seaview Golf Course in Galloway, New Jersey. The event will feature over 200 athletes and Unified Partners from across North America.

The following athletes and Unified Partners will compete:

NameHome Area
Jeremiah DoaneMemphis
Sam BishopMemphis
Shannon AdamsMemphis
John WilsonWilliamson County
Eric WilsonWilliamson County
Richard DrumrightWilliamson County
Matthew DrumrightWilliamson County
Jay GarciaSoutheast Region
Cameron GarciaSoutheast Region
Michael HallmarkWilson County
Kody MontgomeryWilson County
Richard HeathUpper East Region
Christopher SontagUpper East Region
Ryan TriplettSoutheast Region

We're proud to have these volunteers serving as coaches/caddies:

NameHome Area
Tony CrowderSumner County
Paul RogersSoutheast Region

The following staff will represent Tennessee:

Caitlin PriarHead of Delegation
Victoria MehrenHead Coach
Joanne DrumrightSOI Golf Management

Congratulations to everyone named to compete. Special Olympics Tennessee is incredibly proud to be well-represented at the Special Olympics North America Golf Championship.

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