electric mountain bike
Sport

PREP GIRLS GOLF: NLC’s NorthWood, Concord, Lakeland’s Keil state-bound | Sports

PREP GIRLS GOLF: NLC’s NorthWood, Concord, Lakeland’s Keil state-bound | Sports 2020-09-27Leave a comment

PREP GIRLS GOLF: NLC’s NorthWood, Harmony, Lakeland’s Keil state-bound | Sports activities

KENDALLVILLE — It was an “historic” day in ladies highschool golf.

For the primary time, the Northern Lakes Convention had two groups qualify for the IHSAA State Finals in the identical season.

Homestead (275) ran away with the East Noble Regional group title, however NLC members NorthWood (334) and Harmony (345) earned the opposite two group berths Saturday at Noble Hawk Golf Hyperlinks in Kendallville.

The highest three groups out of 18 and prime 5 people not on these groups superior to the 2020 State Finals Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2-3 at Prairie View Golf Membership in Carmel.

It’s the fifth time in eight years that NorthWood has made it to State (2013, 2015, 2018, 2019 and 2020). All of these state qualifiers have come by way of Noble Hawk.

“We all the time appear to have historic moments right here,” stated Panthers coach Adam Yoder after watching Cybil Stillson (75), Breanna Goss (79), Abbie Richner (82), Riley Kitson (98) and Kira Schrock (112) signify NorthWood. “It is a program win. All of the adversity we went by way of this yr with accidents and transfers to different groups.

“For our youngsters to step up and get second right here within the regional says an entire lot about their character.”

A yr in the past, the Panthers positioned sixth out of 15 State groups. As sophomores, Stillson and Goss have been the highest two gamers. Seniors Kirsten Schrock, Makenna Gall, Kylee Gall and Delaney Davis additionally took to the course for the two-day occasion.

The Panthers teed off on No. 10 at Saturday’s regional. Stillson carded birdies on Nos. 10, 13, 17 and a pair of with an 8 on No. 18.

CONCORD ADVANCES

Harmony earned its first ticket onto the large stage.

The Minutemen started the day on No. 1. Belle Brunner shot a personal-best 73 with birdies on Nos. 2 and 13 and 11 pars. Brunner shot a 74 in serving to Harmony win the Kendallville sectional at Cobblestone final Friday.

“I used to be actually simply centered and attempting to be mentally robust,” stated Brunner, who grinded by way of a spherical of greater than 4 hours brought on by such an enormous discipline. “Each shot counts. I wish to play quicker, however I can adapt if I’ve to finish up taking part in slower.”

Additionally representing Harmony have been Brooke Watson (80), Gracie Tucker (95), Evelyn Theinert (97) and Rayna Boessler (104). Watson battled a wrist damage and nonetheless helped Harmony’s trigger.

The Minutemen performed a follow spherical at Noble Hawk final Saturday after profitable the East Noble Sectional at Cobblestone Friday.

“It was an exquisite day, however we didn’t have the wind that we now have at the moment,” Harmony coach Tara Boessler stated. “There have been some holes that have been two golf equipment distinction (from what they could swing in calm circumstances), particularly on the entrance (9).

“It was fairly windy all day lengthy.”

Boessler had trigger for concern on the again aspect.

“No. 12 is normally a fairly good gap for us and I had three gamers who struggled on 12,” stated Boessler, who noticed the Minutemen card two 7’s and one 6 on that par-4 gap. “I used to be just a little frightened going into 13, 14, 15 as a result of these are three holes which might be very slim. You will get into issues very simply.

“They weathered that storm fairly effectively.”

That is the second yr that double-par just isn’t acknowledged on the regional and State Finals ranges.

Lakeland’s Madison Keil (76) moved to the state as a person. Different space golfers competing as people included Wawasee’s Taylor Cripe (94) and Northridge’s Karisa Dyer (108).

There was a tie for low medalist between Homestead’s Madison Dabagia and Simone Senk, who each shot 4-under-par 66.


EAST NOBLE GIRLS GOLF REGIONAL RESULTS

(At Noble Hawk)

(Prime 3 Groups to State Finals)

1. Homestead 275 — Madison Dabagia 34-32—66, Simone Senk 34-32—66, Megan Yoder 32-38—70, Amelia Frazier 37-36—73, Cassidy Ayres 38-43—81.

2. NorthWood 334 — Cybil Stillson 37-38—75, Breanna Goss 40-39—79, Abbie Richter 38-44—82, Riley Kitson 49-49—98, Kira Schrock 49-63—112.

3. Harmony 345 — Belle Brunner 38-35—73, Brooke Watson 38-42—80, Gracie Tucker 44-51—95, Evelyn Theinert 49-48—97, Rayna Boessler 55-49—104.

4. Penn 347 — Delaney Wade 44-41—85, Gillian Lippert 40-48—88, Meghan Mounts 44-48—92, Makena Jurkaites 52-54—106, Sydney Szklarek 41-41–82.

5. Mishawaka Marian 360 — Selah Unwin 42-41—83, Alivia Weisser 43-40—83, Madison Hahn 51-43—94, Ariana Kujawski 50-50-100, Could Weston 56-53—109.

6. Fort Wayne Carroll 361 — Marissa GeRue 37-41—78, Tiffany Chin 45-50—95, Emily Linder 43-52—95, Maria Krotov 49-44—93, Tori Straley 44-51—95.

7. South Bend St. Joseph 362 — Kathryn Kloska 39-40—79, MackKenzie Schmeltz 43-40—83, Isabella Saratore 48-46—94, Isabella Riboni 53-53—106, Dorothy Crumlish 51-56—107.

8. Columbia Metropolis 364 — Kaitlyn Hoag 39-45—84, Abigail Pequignot 51-44—95, Lindsey McCammon 41-49–90, Mackensy Mabie 46-49—95, Cora Corridor 45-54—99.

9. Oak Hill 375 — Hope Mygrant 38-37—75, Holly Gillespie 48-46—94, Bailey DeWitt 48-52—100, Abby Malott 54-52—106, Jaycie Pearce 63-69—132.

10. Fort Wayne Dwenger 382 — Rebekah Landstoffer 54-43—97, Clara Burns 43-50—93, Lauren Munson 55-46—101, Lily Stowe 46-45—91, Kylie Smith 47-55—102.

11. Heritage 384 — Carley Rodenbeck 43-44—87, Shelby Schane 47-50—97, Amber Buuck 49-53—102, Cassidy Myers 48-50—98, Erika Gerardot 54-60—114.

12. Fremont 385 — Katie Baker 46-44—90, Halle Tanner 46-47—93, Kenadee Porath 48-52—100, Janessa Ritter 54-59—113, Khloe Glendening 51-51—102.

13. Madison Grant 391 — Abbie Hostetler 45-49—94, Allie Hostetler 48-48—96, Allie Vetor 53-48—101, Nancy Chapel 48-52—100.

14. Warsaw 396 — Marie Frazzetta 46-57—103, Sydney Lancaster 47-48—95, Delaney Byron 51-48—99, Abigail Davis 54-45—99, Brooklyn Fitzgerald 52-51—103.

15. Bellmont 401 — Jara Hockemeyer 48-51—99, Leyna Macke 48-47—95, Dana Schirack 54-56—110, Alexis Marbaugh 46-51—97, Macree Krol 62-54—116.

16. Fort Wayne Snider 404 — Arica Corridor 44-52—96, Lexi Matthias 50-53—103, Mia Birkenbeul 47-56—103, Abigail Mayhew 52-50—102, Cylie Pyle 50-57—107.

17. Northfield 405 — Ainsley Dale 47-51—98, Alex Cartwright 49-49—98, Carly Hawkins 55-51—106, Hannah Wilson 51-60—111, Ella Satterthwaite 50-53—103.

18. Tippecanoe Valley 408 — Madelyn Weaver 48-41—89, Kaydence Mellott 50-55—105, Molly Moriarty 51-57—108, Lily Ault 55-51—106, Cheney Canada 58-59—117.

People: Madison Keil (Lakeland) 37-39—76, Kristianna Lingenfelter (Rochester) 37-43—80, Skylar Whitman (Fort Wayne Northrop) 38-42—80, Grace Dill (Huntington North) 42-41—83, Colleen Caylor (Norwell) 43-41—84, Kayla Fleming (DeKalb) 40-44—84, Lillie Cone (DeKalb) 45-41—86, Anna Guzik (South Bend Adams) 43-43—86, Mary Jones (Adams Central) 42-48—90, Karah Lingenfelter (Rochester) 50-40—90, Annie Cole (Wabash) 46-46—92, Taylor Cripe (Wawasee) 46-48—94, Georgia Hanauer (Southern Wells) 48-46—94, Grace Vandenburg (Mishawaka) 44-50—94, Miranda Brewer (South Bend Adams) 48-47—95, Molly Geiger (Churubusco) 53-42—95, Kristina Urberg (Fort Wayne Canterbury) 51-50—101, Karisa Dyer (Northridge) 48-60—108.

Medalist: Madison Dabagia (Homestead) and Simone Senk (Homestead), each 66.

Advancing people: Hope Mygrant (Oak Hill) 75, Madison Keil (Lakeland) 76, Marissa GeRue (Carroll) 78, Kathryn Kloska (St. Joseph) 79, Kristianna Lingenfelter (Rochester) 80-x.

x-Received tiebreaker with Skylar Whitman (Northrop).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *