Girls golf team having memorable season
By Chelsea Fisher
The golf season is almost over, the Northern Lake League invitational is next week, but this year’s varsity girls golf team won’t be soon forgotten.
Seniors Katie Diehl, Macy Tudor, Sonia Krolak, and Madison Williams, junior Riahan Shunk, and freshman Franny Sberna have already broke school records halfway through the season.
The existing high school record for 18 holes was 321 as a combination of four scores, the girls beat it by two and shot a total of 319 at Thunderbird Hills Golf Course in Huron.
Speaking of records, Diehl has tied the school record of 75 strokes on 18 holes and tied the record of 36 on 9 holes twice.
Than Madison Williams achieved the unbelievable at Stone Ridge Golf Club in Bowling Green when with a hole-in-one. She used her nine iron to clear 100 yards into the pin. The hole-in-one during the practice round earned her a plaque at Stone Ridge.
“I was shocked and very proud of myself,” she said.
Over the summer, the golf team were already playing at invitationals. The girls placed first at Edison, which is where they broke the record. They also finished second at Sylvania, and third at Findlay and Perrysburg.
“I play golf because it is a good sport that teaches you all kinds of lessons in life and in all sports, and it makes you work harder and harder everyday,” Tudor said.
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