The Hillsboro High School girls golf team traveled to Pickerington on Friday to take part in the Pickerington North Panther Invitational. The Lady Indians were led by junior Kristen Jamieson who finished third overall after shooting a 79. The team placed twelfth out of 14 teams at the tournament with a combined score of 435.
The Lady Indians were part of the morning flight at the invitational.
The Turnberry Golf Course in Pickerington hosted the event that seen a total of 32 teams compete, 14 in the morning flight and 18 in the afternoon flight. The teams at the tournament represented schools throughout the Columbus and Dayton areas with Hillsboro the lone representatives from southeastern Ohio.
The conditions on the course were ideal for golfing with the high for the day reaching 79 degrees.
Along with Jamieson the Lady Indians were represented by seniors Madison Stratton, Emily Loudin, and Abby Myers. Junior Larkyn Parry also participated in the event with the team. Parry finished with an 18 hole score of 117, Stratton was next on the team with a score of 118, followed by Loudin who finished with a score of 121, and Myers rounded out the group with a score of 144.
The team will be in action on Tuesday at the Adam Sharp Memorial tournament at Buckeye Hills Country Club in Greenfield. The Lady Indians will be competing against the McClain and Fairfield golf teams. The Lady Indians also have a home match against Jackson to open up Frontier Athletic Conference play on Wednesday.
Reach Ryan Applegate at 937-402-2572, or on Twitter @RCApplegate89.
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