By: Maddie Greer
Girls' Golf finished off an impressive season at Regionals on Saturday. For four out of the five players, this was their first time at Regionals. The Bulldogs finished sixth out of 18 teams with a team score of 341.
Senior Marissa Kier shot an 80, just two points short of the State cut. She was also named an Academic All State player for the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association (ICGSA) for the season. Senior Brooke Lyngholm also played very well and ended with an 87. Junior Kamary Leaf shot an 84 and junior Tori Watkins shot a 102. Sophomore Kaidyn Spoljaric saved the team score by shooting a 90.
Head coach Phyllis Miller is "very proud" of her team and achieved her pre-season goal of advancing in the post-season as a team.