Milford, Glen Este girls golf conclude campaigns

November 11th, 2007    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

The girls season of competition for the county’s two varsity varsity golf teams came to a conclusion with the sectional tournament that took place at the Pleasant Hill Golf Club.

A total of 18 teams competed. Mason’s Comets won the title by shooting 303 strokes. Milford was sixth with 342 and Glen Este was 15th with 421. The best four teams and individuals advanced to the district tournament. No Clermont countians advanced beyond the Monroe Sectional.

Milford, tri-champion of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye (FAVC-B) Division, wrapped up the regular season with strong performances.

The E-Gals defeated Glen Este, the only other varsity girls golf team in the county and a fellow FAVC-B member, 172-213. Jennifer Trame was the match’s medalist turning in the best score for the trumphant with a six-over par 41 on the front nine at the Little Miami Golf Course.

Cincinnati Country Day's Indians also went down 189-215 in a non-conference game. Trame was again the medalist with an eight-over par 44 on the back nine at Camargo Country Club.

In a non-division game of the FAVC, the E-Gals defeated Little Miami's Panthers 192-253. Trame, once again, achieved medalist distinction by stroking a seven-over par 43 on the back nine at Deer Track Golf Course.

Wyoming's Cowboys and McNicholas' Rockets were understroked by the E-Gals with the respective scores of 166, 179, and 186 on the California Golf Course's front nine. Milford's Kelsee Muldoon was co-medalist with a six-over par 41.

Oak Hills' Highlanders defeated their former Greater Miami Conference foe 176-186 on the front nine of the Deer Track Golf Course.

Colerain's Cardinals skimmed by the Red and White 189-192. Audra Wade shot a 42 on the par 36 front nine at O'Bannon Creek Golf Course to gain medalist laurels for Milford.

Milford bounced back to underdo Lakota East's Thunderhawks 184-189. Muldoon was the medalist with a seven-over par 42 on the Deer Track Golf Course's front nine.

Milford was in the midst of a tri-match. Ursuline's Lions had a 170, the E-Gals 189, and Anderson's Redskins 237. The showdown took place on the front nine at O'Bannon Creek Golf Course.

Once again, the E-Gals were in the middle of a three-way that took place on the Reeves' Golf Course front nine. Sycamore's Aviators stroked a 173, Milford 186, and Turpin's Spartans 193.

Loveland's Tigers were defeated by Milford on the front nine at Hickory Woods Golf Course. Wade's eight-over par 44 earned her the medalist honors.

Glen Este lost to Anderson's Redskins, a fellow member of the FAVC-B, 184-206, on the front nine at the California Golf Course.

Princeton's Vikings were no match for GE 196-208. The Purple and White's Hannah Macke gained medalist distinction with a seven-over par 35 on the Reeves Golf Course back nine.

Harrison's Wildcats, also of the FAVC-B, took the Trojans 196-205 on the Lindale Golf Course's front nine.

Northwest's Knights of the FAVC downed the Purple and White 165-178 at the Fairfield North Golf Course.

Indian Hill's Braves took the measure of the Clermont countians 198-213 on the front nine of the Little Miami Golf Course.

Cincinnati Country Day's Indians won out over GE 181-206 on the Little Miami Golf Course front nine.

In a quadrangular showdown, Glen Este finished third with 257 strokes to the Mason Comets' 167, the Kings Knights' 225, and the Loveland Tigers' 268. The four-way took place on the Bel-Wood Country Club's front nine.

Harrison toppled the Trojans 223-234 on the front nine at the Circling Hills Golf Course.

In a three-team dream match-up among FAVC teams, Turpin shot a 196, Wilmington's Hurricanes 196, and Glen Este 221 on the front nine at Reeve's Golf Course.

Kings beat the Purple and White 182-207 in a FAVC-B contest that took place on the Lindale Golf Course's front nine.

In another three-way at the Terrace Park Country Club, Taylor's Yellow Jackets shot a 199, Indian Hills' Braves 216, and Glen Este 244.

Cincinnati Country Day held sway under the Trojans winning 185-217 on the front nine at the Lindale Golf course.
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