St. Albert ladies golf discovered its stroke in a giant win over Abraham Lincoln on Monday at Dodge Riverside Golf Course, profitable 215-270.
Junior Lainey Sheffield and freshman Alexis Narmi led the Saintes with scores of 51 to tie for the medalist place.
“I’m actually proud of the best way these two are competing,” head coach Mike Klusman stated. “They’re form of pushing one another to get higher each week. So far as team-wise it’s a fantastic factor when the ladies are battling for low scores and competing with one another. It solely betters our group.
“… I used to be actually proud of the ladies, We lastly had some respectable climate on the course right this moment so we had been capable of play golf and never freeze to dying.”
Freshman Lily Krohn shot a 56, freshman Ella Klusman carded a 57, junior Ava Hughes carded a 64 and freshman Kennedy Sanchez shot a 72.
“The women have been heading in that route,” Mike Klusman stated. “They present as much as apply each day and work onerous and it’s paying off. There was some actually good golf pictures hit right this moment.”
The Lynx had been led by freshman Reegan Haats and junior Ali Buell who each shot 67s.
“We struggled right this moment,” A.L. head coach Jason Smith stated. “It was very, very windy situations. The excellent news is we shot collectively as a group, the dangerous information is nobody actually had their finest day right this moment. I’d say our spotlight right this moment is Reegan Haats shot a 67. She has simply began to get into golf so far as with the ability to come to apply as a result of different conflicts. She confirmed some actual progress which was good to see.”