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Girls Golf Recaps from Saturday, September 4

Girls Golf Recaps from Saturday, September 4

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ORVC Championships
at Butler Falls in Hanover

Shawe 1st/393, Switzerland County 2nd/431, Milan 3rd/469.  Jac-Cen-Del and Southwestern NTS.

Please click on this link for complete results of the ORVC Girls Golf Championships.

The Ohio River Valley Conference held its girls golf championships Saturday at Butler Falls in Hanover.  Shawe won the team title with a 393.  Switzerland County took second with 431 and Milan came in third with 469.

The Pacers Hailey Hines earned Conference MVP honors shooting an 82, three shots ahead of the Hilltoppers Kira Wells (85).  In addition to Hines and Wells, other golfers making All-Conference include: Shawe’s Bailey Kilgore (100) and Yolett Perez (101), Jac-Cen-Del’s Tracy McKittrick (101) plus Southwestern’s Ximena Vilchis (102) and Hannah Simpson (102).

“After a couple of rough outings leading up to conference, our young ladies brought their best when it mattered most,” said Shawe coach David Hertz.  “For Kira to break 90 for the first time and on this stage is awesome.  Bailey also had a career best for 18 holes for her, and for Yolett to make the all conference team makes this very special as well. Gia was just one place out of making it.  They should all feel good.  I couldn’t be happier or more proud of them.”

“I am extremely proud of our team,” said Southwestern coach Matt Johnson.  “Everyone achieved goals they had set at the beginning of the season including improved ball strikes and making the All-Conference Team. We did an excellent job of dealing with the tough mental side of the game. We stayed positive despite shots that didn’t go as planned. We stayed focused on executing recovery shots properly and putted pretty well. I think this overall mental toughness and positive attitude significantly contributed to our quality scores.”

“The Lady Eagles traveled to Butler Falls in Hanover for their first 18-hole match of the season,” said Jac-Cen-Del coach Jason Walke. “Tracy McKittrick finished tied for fourth overall making the All-Conference team with a 101. Ally Mosier finished the day with a 116. JCD scoring was rounded out by Emma Wagner with a 136.”

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