Marian Catholic's Nina Nicpon tees off at Monday's Class AA Marian Catholic Sectional at Coyote Run. Nicpon shot an 87.
T.F. South's Maggie Sloan blasts out of a bunker at Monday's Class AA Marian Catholic Sectional at Coyote Run. Sloan qualified for the state meet with a 75.
T.F. South's Maggie Sloan hits a fairway shot at Monday's Class AA Marian Catholic Sectional at Coyote Run. Sloan shot a 75 and qualified for this weekend's state meet.
Chesterton's Grassel breaks state golf record as she repeats as medalist, named mental attitude award winner
FRANKLIN | Kelly Grassel knew she was a few shots behind Katherine Sharp during Saturday's final round of the girls state golf tournament at the Legends Golf Club.
ST. JOHN | Tears of joy flowed down Kiana Jongsma's face when she learned she qualified for Friday's first round of the state finals.
Chesterton junior Taryn Trusty didn't think she could play any worse after she carded a 110 at the Valparaiso Sectional.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central seniors Elizabeth Price, Jaime Frost and Hannah Green have been victims of disappointment in the last three seasons.
Lauren Bailey watched older siblings Jacob and Sydney compete on the golf course, so the LaCrosse freshman decided to follow in their footsteps.
DEMOTTE | In Indiana prep girls golf, one constant has been a Twin Lakes sectional championship.
VALPARAISO | How tough was the top of this Valparaiso Sectional?
HAMMOND | The Indians were down 12 strokes, 266-378, after Lake Central’s first four golfers finished their round at Lost Marsh Golf Course in Hammond. Then Lake Central’s fifth golfer, Julia Beggs came in with a 93.
CHESTERTON| When Nicole Dutz was a freshman on Chesterton’s golf team, she was averaging a 74 for nine holes. Three years later, the senior now shoots in the 40s and is the No. 3 golfer on the team.
CROWN POINT | Tiffany Curtis may be short in stature, but her maturity level and skills on the golf course are greater than many other players her age.
Last weekend's American Junior Golf Association Championship wasn't just about putts and drives for Valparaiso junior Harley Dubsky.
Marissa Kroeger didn't believe a meniscus tear in June would erase her entire senior golf campaign at Chesterton, but the four-year varsity team member thought the surgery might leave some rust on her game.
CHESTERTON | As far as exits go, Kelly Grassel and Marissa Kroeger are making sure to leave a lasting impression before the Chesterton golfers finish their careers this fall.
FLOSSMOOR | Bree Veazey did not have an auspicious start to her round Monday at the damp Coyote Run Golf Course.
CROWN POINT | Zoie Matthews had turned around already when she heard the fellow members of her girls golf team yelling to her.
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