Cats 2nd, Rangers 5th in debutsAugust 7, 2013
From Herald Staff Reports
And with that, the season is underway. For the Jasper girls golf team, promise appears imminent.
Behind Annie Getzin’s 80 and an 85 posted by Annika Harmon, the Wildcats snared second place in the nine-team Terre Haute South Invitational on Tuesday at Rea Park Golf Course. Vincennes Rivet (338) grabbed the top spot with Jasper (365), Northview (370), Terre Haute North (378) and Terre Haute South (386) rounding out the top five.
Jessica Rillo fired a 97 while Catherine Bell and Madeline Hurst each posted a 103 to fill out Jasper’s scorecard.
In other girls golf:
Washington Invitational: Anchored by 94s from Amie Weyer and Brie Englert, Forest Park claimed fifth of 14 teams at Country Oaks Golf Course in Montgomery. Evansville North (308) finished first, followed by Evansville Memorial (327), Castle (372), Bloomington North (380) and the Rangers (396).
Kaylyn Gaesser collected a 98 for Forest Park while Jordan Buechler (110) and Rachel Metz (122) capped the Ranger scores.
Wildcats 208, Patriots 260: Madylin Horney piloted Jasper with a 47 while Sarah Ackerman notched a 51 and Natalie Hopf fired a 54 for the Wildcat JV squad, which downed Heritage Hills at Christmas Lake Golf Course.
Eryn Jochim paced Heritage Hills with a 59, and Dallas Buse bagged a 64 while Ashleigh Gideon chalked up a 67 for the Patriots.
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