Prior to the Labor Day break the Eagle golfers took, they had recorded a 197, their lowest nine hole score of the season. The four days away from the sport must have been beneficial as the Eagles fired a 193 at Rolling Meadows Golf Course to tie the host Owen Valley Patriots on Tuesday, September 8.
Junior Ainslie Winton posted a 45, her best score of the season, to lead the Eagles. Fellow juniors Abby Padgett and Annika Evenson turned in a 48 and 51 respectively, while sophomore Avery Patterson contributed a 49 to account for the Eagles’ final score. Junior Mattie Satter took a 64.
“We have scored well on this course in the past. I believe the school record nine hole score was posted at Rolling Meadows. As low as our scores were, we still left a lot of shots out there, mostly within 30 yards of the greens. It was very gratifying to see the girls back on the course having fun,” said co-coach Brad Baughman.
Brown County travels to The Legends Golf Course in Franklin Thursday, September 10, to face Whiteland in a rescheduled match that was rained out earlier in the season.