Girls Prep Golf
What a difference three years makes for Rensselaer’s Courtney Feagans.
ST. JOHN | A balanced performance from all five players led host Lake Central to the school’s 10th girls golf sectional title.
MONTICELLO | The rain held off just long enough Friday afternoon.
Chesterton’s Cara Kroeger is no stranger to sectional tournament play, even though the freshman will make her postseason debut at Valparaiso Country Club on Saturday.
BROOK | North Newton’s girls golf team capped off an undefeated season in Greater South Shore Conference play with a victory at the league tournament Friday.
Munster’s Rachel Jones just never gets rattled out on the course, and it’s a quality she works on off the links.
For as much success as LaPorte senior Delanie Alcorn is having on the golf course this season, she is having even more success in the classroom.
Bree Veazey had 90 yards to the flag from light rough on the second hole at Coyote Run Golf Course.
With the IHSAA state tournament in girls golf just a few weeks away, there is one thing every lady with a dream must do -- avoid a big number on your card.
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