Results from girls golf August 8th and 9th
The Lady Vikings remain undefeated in match play beating both Pioneer and Caston tonight at the Round Barn Golf Course. The team is in action again tomorrow night in Rochester.
Madelyn Weaver 45
Kaydence Mellott 46
Molly Moriarty 44
Lily Ault 48
Maddie Thompson 62
The lady Vikings kept their win streak rolling with victories against Northwestern and Peru tonight at the Round Barn Golf Course. The wind move them to 6-0 in match play this season and 29-1 including tournaments. The ladies play a home match Thursday night against Northfield.
Madelyn Weaver 48
Kaydence Mellott 46
Molly Moriarty 49
Lily Ault 49
Maddie Thompson 55
Tuesday evening the Lady Braves defeated a young Southwood team at Rock Hollow 182 to 262 in their first home match of the season. The Lady Brave were led by match medalist Senior Courtney Stoll who shot 41. Courtney has played very solid golf her last 27 holes shooting 42, 42 and 41. She started Tuesday’s round with a birdie on her first hole and never looked back to earn her first medalist honor of the season. Sophomore Daisy Williams finished one shot behind Courtney with a 42. Daisy’s short game was magnificent as she scrambled time and time again after some bad bounces put her in tricky parts to save pars. Junior Miranda Stoll hit the ball well, but struggled on the greens. Despite not making many putts, she shot a 44 on the evening. Senior Lehna Wagner had one of those frustrating rounds in which no part of her game was going well which led her to get frustrated. All that frustration was let out when she nearly drove the par four ninth hole and finished with a par. She finished with a 55. Sophomore Finley Dobbs had an up and down night. She paired her first and last hole, but struggled in between. Finley is a new varsity player and playing three competitive rounds in four days may have worn on her a bit and led to the struggle. It should be noted that Finley was praised by the family of her playing partner for assisting the new golfer as much as she could. Junior Sydney Barnes who is working on translating her athletic ability into her golf swing hit some very long drives in route to shooting 66. Junior Haley Washburn’s game is rounding into shape as she played exhibition play. Junior Kathryn Rodkey is working on her long game which is showing improvement, but her putter let her down tonight. Freshman Maya Wagner continues to work on her game as a newer player and is showing progress in all areas.
The Lady Braves are back in action Thursday when the face Wabash at Rock Hollow.