The Wilmington High School girls golf team closed their home schedule Thursday with a 204 to 234 South Central Ohio League loss to Clinton-Massie at the Elks 797 Golf Course.
The loss drops the Lady ’Cane to 1-9 on the season, 1-7 in SCOL play.
“It’s been a tough season across the board for us,” said WHS coach Tim Hill. “We are a very young team with minimal experience entering this season and I couldn’t be more proud of my girls for pushing through it all and coming out to shoot their best match of the season. We just went up against a very good opponent in the Falcons.”
WHS sophomore Heather Fryman shot her second best round of the season and was team medalist with a 48. Angela Miller of CMHS was overall match medalist with a 47.
“Heather has steadily been our best scorer this season and has done a great job of stepping up as a leader for the girls both on and off the course,” Hill said.
Junior Lindsey Murphy was second for the Lady ’Cane shooting a personal best 53.
“It was great to see the excitement in Lindsey’s face as she was so proud of her best round,” said Hill. “She is one of my hardest workers on the team so to see her hard work finally pay off in a match was exciting for me as a coach.”
Amanda Milburn had 63, Carrie Robinson 64 and Meredith Robinson 70 for Wilmington.
Also for Clinton-Massie, Gwen Broderick had 49, Emma Filipkowski 54, Jezreel Forand 54, Kelsey Smith 56 and Faith Long 61.
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