Rangers swing past RaidersAugust 14, 2013
From Herald Staff Reports
The season’s early swings aren’t always the purest, but they sufficed for the Forest Park girls golf team Tuesday.
Led by Amie Weyer’s medalist round of 48, the Rangers manufactured a score of 210 to roll past Mitchell (229) and Southridge (256) at Huntingburg Country Club.
Brie Englert chipped in with a 53, Jordan Buechler posted a 54, Rachel Metz nabbed a 55, Kaylyn Gaesser shot a 57 and Ashley Recklehoff rounded out Forest Park’s scorecard with a 67.
Taylor Seufert (53) fired the Raiders’ low score for the second straight match, while Megan Weitkamp added a 64, Chloe Huff fired a 68 and Rosa Ornelas and Paige Snyder both engineered 71s for Southridge.
The Rangers will battle Crawford County and Heritage Hills in a triangular this afternoon, while Southridge will contend with Boonville on Thursday.
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