Woods, CM remain SBAAC leaders


East Clinton's Marci Ellis

East Clinton's Marci Ellis


WILMINGTON – Clinton-Massie held off Clermont Northeastern and Wilmington Tuesday in SBAAC girls golf action at the Elks 797 Golf Course.

Woods for the third straight event was medalist with a 39. She remains the top golfer in the league.

As a team, the Lady Falcons had 191 while Clermont Northeastern was second with 193 and Wilmington third with 195.

“We had a new team best (score) for the third time in a row,” WHS coach Pat Black said.

The Lady Falcons lead the league after three rounds. Clermont Northeastern is second, 11 strokes behind CMHS.

Massie coach Tim McGraw said Abby Schneider posted a personal best of 48. Mackynzi Vonderhaar played well for CMHS, McGraw said.

For Wilmington, Lilly Middleton led the way with a 41.

East Clinton’s Marci Ellis had a 52.

“Very proud of the way Marci played,” EC coach Brian Carey said. “This is by far the best she has played all year and she only continues to get better each week.”

Regan Grogg had a 64 for Blanchester.

SUMMARY

Aug 28 2018

SBAAC Girls Golf

@Elks 797 Golf Course

Team scores

Clinton-Massie 191 Clermont Northeastern 193 Wilmington 195 Goshen 217 New Richmond 226 Georgetown 264

Individuals

Clinton-Massie (191) Gabby Woods 39 Taylor Anderson 49 Pearl Spurlock 57 Abby Schneider 48 Mackynzi Vonderhaar 55 Luci Payne 57

Clermont NE (193) Hailey Stagemann 43 Sadie Hoeppner 45 Taylor Shumard 53 Grace Cruey 52 Gracie Minton 57

Wilmington (195) Lilly Middleton 41 Madison Gilbert 48 Brooklyn Taylor 52 Meredith Robinson 54 Madylin Steinmetz 60 Carrie Robinson 62

Goshen (217) Brecken Wells 53 Taylor Munafo 63 Player C 63 Kasinda Fellars 75 Kyleigh Cambell 73

New Richmond (226) Katie Gardner 53 Mackenzie Gammon 58 Emily Fisher 56 Tatem Lindner 67 Meadow Holcomb 59 Player D 65

Georgetown (264) Lizzie Powell 62 Lexi Gray 63 Player A 61 Player B 78

East Clinton (00) Marci Ellis 52

Blanchester (00) Regan Grogg 64

East Clinton’s Marci Ellis
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/08/web1_GLF_ec_marciellis1-1.jpgEast Clinton’s Marci Ellis