15 May 2013

Girls Golf: Tigers hold on to seventh

Sidney Comes best round of the season

Despite playing shorthanded because two varsity regulars had academic conflicts, the Tigers managed to hold on to seventh place at the third Missota Conference meet of the season played Monday at the New Prague Golf Course.

"Everything went well," coach Jon Stock said. "Because we had two players out our team score was a bit higher than it was at the last meet, but all of our golfers improved their scores, so it was a successful day."

Red Wing and New Prague continued their heated battle for the top spot with the Wingers edging the Trojans 346-348 for meet honors. Northfield placed third at 349, followed by Chaska 368, Shakopee 379, Chanhassen 396, Farmington 468 and Holy Angels 476.

Brianna Swenson continued to top the Tiger scorecard with an 18-hole round of 108. Sidney Comes had her best round of the spring with 110. Halea Wright finished at 116, Alexis House 117, Amanda Hansmann 125 and Brooke McConnell 134. 

Wednesday the Tigers head to Heritage Links Golf Club in Lakeville for the fourth of five Missota Conference meets.