FAC holds penultimate girls match


The fifth Frontier Athletic Conference match for girls golf took place on Monday at The Greens Golf Course of Fayette County.

Miami Trace won the event with a 216, followed by McClain with a 227, Washington with a 235, and Hillsboro with a 244. Jackson and Chillicothe did not register a team score.

Individually for the Lady Panthers, Emily Reeves led with a 45, followed by Rylee Ferguson with a 55, Ashylnd Hippely and Emily Keaton with a 58, Karli Wilson with a 60, Alison Reeves with a 62, and Kelsy Douglas with a 67.

Individually for the Lady Tigers, Kaylin Sterling led with a 51, followed by Abbie Lovett and Jacolyn Bolender with a 58, Avery Murphy with a 60, Kallie Posey with a 62, and Hailey Cornett with a 65.

Individually for the Lady Lions, Faith Wynne led with a 43, followed by Jordyn Gray with a 60, Leah Marine and Surina Kleidt with a 66, Alora Self with a 67, Kaylee Perkins with a 70, and Addison Yahn with a 71.

Individually for the Lady Indians, Rylea Scarberry led with a 58, followed by Emma Yochum with a 59, Addy Knauff with a 60, Amani Cumberland with a 62, Grace Watson and Halle Jones with a 65, and Reagan Leeth with a 72.

Individually for the Lady Cavs, Addison Smith led with a 50, followed by Morgan Webb with a 52 and Qiuchengxi Su with a 59.

Individually for the Ironladies, Aubrey Arnold led and was the medalist with a 35, followed by Alia Rippeth with a 54.

Through five matches, the current FAC standings have Miami Trace and McClain tied for first at 21-4, followed by Hillsboro at 14-11, Washington at 9-16, Jackson at 7-18, and Chillicothe at 0-25.

The sixth and final FAC match before the FAC championship is set for Monday, Sept. 11 at The Greens Golf Course of Fayette County at 4 p.m.

Tyler Flora is a reporter for the Record-Herald in Washington C.H.

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