Results 8-1

Girls golf
Glenn splits opener
John Glenn earned a split in its season-opener at Meadow Valley Tuesday, beating Tippecanoe Valley 248-268 but falling to Northridge 216-248.
The Lady Falcons were led by Madeleine Silvey’s 60, while Emma Reese shot a 61, Taylor Hines carded a 63, and Morgan Eggleston turned in a 64.
Glenn will play in the New Prairie Invitational next Tuesday.
At Meadow Valley (Par 36)
Northridge (216): Madison Stewart 47, Sydney Reed 54, Kelly Soard 56, Emily Thomas 59, Abbey MClure 67.
Glenn (248): Emma Reese 61, Morgan Eggleston 64, Madeleine Silvey 60, Presley Gee 65, Taylor Hines 63.
Tippy Valley (268): Allison Ross 61, Alyssa Van Meter 60, Tat Scott 85, Elizabeth Van Meter 82, Kaa Eaton 65.
Records: Northridge 2-0, Glenn 1-1, Tippy Valley 0-2
JV score: Glenn 271

Plymouth takes 5th at Viking Invite
Plymouth carded a team score of 295 at Aberdeen to finish fifth at the Viking Invitational Tuesday. Penn won the meet with a 336.
Emily Berger led the Lady Pilgrims squad once more with a 92 for the round, while Lauren Rearick finished two strokes back with a 94. Heather Schrome and Morgan Oberley shot scores of 104 and 105, respectively.
At Aberdeen (Par 72)
Team scores: 1. PENN 336, 2. VALPARAISO 357, 3. LAKE CENTRAL 376, 4. CROWN POINT 377, 5. PLYMOUTH 395, 6. NORTHWOOD 398, 7. MUNSTER 400, 8. WESTERN 402, 9. CHESTERTON 403, 10. SOUTH BEND ST. JOSEPH’S 411, 11. KANKAKEE VALLEY 446, 12. PORTAGE 446, 13. MERRILLVILLE 514
Plymouth (395): Emily Berger 92, Lauren Rearick 94, Heather Schrome 104, Morgan Oberley 105, Emily Denney 111.

Boys golf
Carpenter cards 75 at AJGA event
Triton’s Quentyn Carpenter shot a 4-over-par 75 in the first round of the American Junior Golf Association’s Junior Open at Stonehenge Golf Club Tuesday. The score puts him in a 16-way tie for 45th at the tourney, which features a talented field from around the country.
Chad Howard of Dublin, Ohio tops the boys leaderboard at 5-under 66 with two rounds left to play.
The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women aspiring to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. Former AJGA players include Stewart Cink, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods among others.