Girls golf competes at Andale, El Dorado


Courtesy of Linsey Lewellen

9th and 10th place medals

Girls golf had two competitions within the last two weeks. The first tournament took place Sept. 20 at Prairie Trails Golf Course in El Dorado, The team took 3rd as and three people placed individually.

Lindsey Lewellen (12) took 3rd at the tournament. She also won the longest drive competition.

Lewellen has some serious threats from Andale out on the course but nothing is going to stop her.

“Jaycee Anderson  [from andale] is the same level I am, but I’m going to try and beat her out for state titles and league titles,” Lewellen said.

Sarah Price (11) and Gracie Johnston (12) also placed at the El Dorado Tournament. Price placed 10th and Johnston placed 8th

The second competition took place in Cheney on the Cherry Oaks golf course Monday, Sept. 24.  

The team took third at this tournament and Lewellen placed 9th and afterwards met some furry friends afterward. Head coach Lundberg took the team to Petland as a treat for doing so well in the tournament.

“I was really tired and had a bunch of homework to do, but they are puppies I’m not just going to not hold them,” Lewellen said.