CNE overtakes Massie girls in SBAAC golf standings


GEORGETOWN — Clermont Northeastern took over the top spot in the Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference girls golf standings.

Playing Tuesday here at Buttermilk Falls Golf Course, the Lady Rockets had a 184 while Clinton-Massie shot a 200.

Clermont Northeastern has a 10-stroke lead over Clinton-Massie in the team standings through three nine-hole rounds.

Gabby Woods, Lady Falcons sophomore, leads the individual standings by 22 strokes over Skylar Shircliff of CNE, 113 to 135.

On Tuesday, Woods had an even par 37 on the nine-hole layout. She was the overall medalist.

Wilmington was third in the team standings, tied with New Richmond. Three members of the Lady Hurricane squad posted personal bests — Meredith Robinson 52, Carrie Robinson 55, Adrienne Besser 62.

Ashlin Benne had a 60 for Blanchester while Hailie Rhinehimer had a 61 for East Clinton.

SUMMARY

Aug 29 2017

SBAAC Girls Divisional

@Buttermilk Falls Golf Course

Scores

Clermont NE (184) Skylar Shircliff 42 Taylor Shumard 44 Keeley Keirns 49 Emily Kuntz 62 Sadie Hoeppner 49 Grace Cruey 54

Clinton-Massie (200) Gabby Woods 37 Taylor Kropp 47 Pearl Spurlock 57 Abby Schneider 63 MacKynzi Vonderhaar 59

Wilmington (223) Heather Fryman 54 Meredith Robinson 52 (PR) Brooklyn Taylor 62 Madilyn Steinmetz 66 Adrienne Besser 62 (PR) Carrie Robinson 55 (PR)

New Richmond (223) Katie Gardner 53 Tatem Linder 59 Emily Fisher 64 Meadow Holcomb 62 Mackenzie Gammon 63 Brook Parker 58

Georgetown (253) Lexi Gray 53 Mia Johnson 61 Lizzie Powell 66 Natasha Turner 73

Goshen (269) Taylor Munafo 66 Whitney Turner 66 Brooke Reeves 71 Brecken Wells 66

East Clinton (INC) Hailie Rhinehimer 61 Marcy Ellis 68

Blanchester (INC) Ashlin Benne 60

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