Lake Central's Alexis Miestowski sights in her shot on the front nine Monday afternoon at the DAC match at the Brassie.
Portage's No. 1 golfer Alicia Wood chips out of the bunker and onto the green of the 10th hole in the DAC girls golf tournament on Monday afternoon.
LaPorte's Hanna Schuster clears her ball away from the tall grass on hole 10 at the Brassie Golf Course in Chesterton during the DAC match Monday afternoon.
Chesterton's Lexy Hannas goes for a short put on the back nine Monday afternoon at the Brassie during the DAC match.
Elyse Stasil of Chesterton, yells out in frustration Monday afternoon during the DAC girls golf match Monday afternoon at the Brassie.
Merrillville's No. 1 golfer Maryam Ali looks on after teeing off on the back nine at the Brassie during the DAC girls tournament on Monday.
Crown Point's Tiffany Curtis shows displeasure with her putt on the 10th green Monday afternoon at the Brassie Golf Course during the DAC girls match.
Valparaiso's Jennifer Gough chips onto the green on the 11th hole Monday afternoon during the DAC match at the Brassie in Chesterton.
Lake Central's Brooke Scartozzi tees off on the back nine of the Brassie Monday afternoon during the DAC meet.
Grace Davis tries to chip onto the green from the rough on the front the ninth hole during the DAC girls golf tournament on Monday.
DEMOTTE | Coaches want their teams to peak when the postseason rolls around, and Bill Smitka’s Munster girls golf team is peaking at the right time.
Tiffany Curtis is growing in her role as Crown Point’s No. 1 golfer.
(last week's ranking in parentheses)
Chesterton golfer Grace Davis did not need very long to reap the benefits of her offseason work.
When Michigan City senior golf captains Claire Werner and Tara Seizys first joined the team as freshmen, they dreamed of playing in the top two spots in the lineup.
Senior girls golf captains Claire Werner, left, and Tara Seizys would like to help Michigan City advance as a team to regional for the first time since 1989.
Already one of the top distance runners in Northwest Indiana, Kyleigh Werner is putting a swing into her athletics resume.
Senior leadership isn't a problem for Portage’s girls golf team.
Portage's Alicia Wood takes a practice swing on the seventh hole Monday morning at Sandy Pines in an attempt to stay out of the sand traps in front of her.
LaPorte's Alyssa Cardello chips her way out of one of the many sand traps that litter the seventh hole at Sandy Pines Golf Club on Monday morning at the K.V. Golf Invite.
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