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Plymouth wins home invite
Two of Plymouthâ€™s top four placed in the top five, and the Lady Pilgrims won their home invitational Wednesday at the Plymouth Country Club with a score of 368.
Lauren Rearick was second overall with an 86, while teammate Emily Berger shot an 88 in fourth place individually for Plymouth. Morgan Oberley shot a 94, and Emily Denny carded a 100 for the Pilgrims.
John Glenn finished in fifth place at the nine-team meet, meanwhile, as Emma Reese led the team with a 101 followed by Morgan Egglestonâ€™s 109, Kaylee Matzâ€™s 110, and Presley Geeâ€™s 114.
â€˘Â PLYMOUTH INVITATIONAL
At Plymouth Country Club (par 72)
Team scores: PLYMOUTH 368, ST. JOSEPHâ€™S 377, NORTHWOOD 380, MARIAN 415, JOHN GLENN 434, GOSHEN 447, ELKHART MEMORIAL 515, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 515, MISHAWAKA NS
Low Medalist: Anna Wilcoxson (St. Joseph) 75
PLYMOUTH (368): Emily Berger 88, Lauren Rearick 86, Heather Schrome 109, Morgan Oberley 94, Emily Denny 100
NORTHWOOD (380): Heidi Morganthaler 87, Kate Adams 91, Rachel Beebe 103, Sam Paul 120, Kayla Stankovich 99
GLENN (434): Emma Reese 101, Morgan Eggleston 109, Madeleine Silvey 116, Presley Gee 114, Kaylee Matz 110
LaVille finishes 5th at Caston Invitational
LaVille finished fifth at the Caston Invitational with a 478, and Knox was eighth with a 537.
The Lady Lancers were led by Lauren Read, who carded an 85 to finish two strokes off the lead in second place individually. Shayla Eggert shot a 119, Whitney Brown recorded a 126, and Casey Turak shot a 148.
Knox was paced by Sarah Coadâ€™s 124, while Taylor Kemble shot a 129, Kourtney Wagner shot a 140, and Kendrick Johnson turned in a 144.
â€˘Â CASTON INVITATIONAL
At Pond View Golf Course (par 70)
1. WABASH 385, 2. PERU 402, 3. SOUTHWOOD 412, 4. PIONEER 435, 5. LaVILLE 478, 6. LEWIS CASS 492, 7. WINAMAC 524, 8. KNOX 537, 9. CASTON 538, 10. Knox WASHINGTON 551
LAVILLE (478): Lauren Read 85, Shayla Eggert 119, Whitney Brown 126, Casey Turak 148
KNOX (537): Sarah Coad 124, Taylor Kemble 129, Kourtney Wagner 140, Kendrick Johnson 144, Kayla Wagner 169
Carpenter moves up at Stonehenge
Quentyn Carpenter shaved two strokes off his first round score with a 73 at Stonehenge Golf Club to move to 6 over after two rounds of the American Junior Golf Associationâ€™s Stonehenge Junior Open Wednesday.
The Triton seniorâ€™s round moves him up five places on the leaderboard and puts him in an 11-way tie for 40th place with a score of 148 at the big meet, which features 108 boys from across the country and Canada and concludes today.