E-Gals and Trojan women competing on the links

September 10th, 2007    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Milford’s E-Gals and Glen Este’s Trojans are Clermont County’s only representatives in high school girls varsity golf competition.

Milford skimmed Indian Hill’s Braves 204-205 in the season inaugural. The E-Gals’ Kelsee Muldoon turned in the second best nine-hole round of the day with her two-over par 48 at the Carmargo Country Club. The next victory was a sweeping of Loveland’s Tigers and Harrison’s Wildcats with the respective scores of 189-223-230. Audra Wade paced the E-Gals with her medalist seven- over par 42 on the front nine at Hickory Woods Golf Course. Sydney Anderson turned in another respectable tally for Milford with her round of 47. In yet another triangular fray among former Greater Miami Conference adversaries, the E-Gals beat Fairfield’s Indians and Princeton’s Vikings 182-210-214 on the front nine at Fairfield South Golf Course. Anderson’s Redskins and Mariemont’s Warriors both beat Milford on the back nine at Terrace Park Country Club. The final respective scores were 224-232-257.

Glen Este was outstroked in the opener of its campaign by Fort Ancient Valley Conference non-division foe Turpin's Spartans 196-212. The Purple and White's Linda Moss was the co-medalist with a 12-over par 49 on the back nine at the Reeves Golf Course at Lunken Airport.
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