Girls Golf dominates at their final TVC Jamboree conference and at Regional!

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Some members of the girls Golf team stand together for a group photo as they celebrate their win at the final TVC Jamboree.

Korah Honig , Writer

The Girls’ golf competed at the final TVC Jamboree at their home course, Hidden Oaks. The course was in great condition and the greens were moving quickly. According to Coach Andrea Biehl, “Our back nine offers a very challenging round with many hazards for golfers to hit over. It was a gorgeous day; we really lucked out with the weather. The girls golfed well.” Golf did well with scores of 102 by Josie Schrot, 112 by Natalee Hoyt, and Emma Worthy had a 116. 

Three girls received all-conference honors. First-team honors included Schrot who placed first for her team and Natalee Hoyt placed second. Danielle Thelen finished 12th overall and is on the second team.

Regionals

The Sharks finished fourth at the regional competition at Mt. Pleasant Country Club Oct. 4. The girls battled in drenched conditions to report one of their best team scores of the season. 

Principal Huff is very enthusiastic about the season overall, “This has been an exciting year for our girl’s golf team. Not only do they have the coolest pullovers I have ever seen, they also won the conference title for the first time. On top of that, Josie Schrot took third at regionals and advanced to individual states, which is amazing for a 10th grader. Our golfers should be proud of themselves for both their individual and team performances this year. We owe a lot to Coach Biehl’s leadership. Not only does she teach girls to be great golfers, but she also teaches them how to be great people and great Sharks!”

Josie Schrot finished the day with a 96, which was good for third place overall. Schrot has qualified as an individual to move on to the state finals at Forest Acres at Michigan State University October 15-16. She is pumped for the state meet and her goal is to place top ten to achieve all-state.