Milford, Glen Este, and Amelia of the FAVC were Clermont County’s competitors in the girls golf wars

October 15th, 2009    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Milford garnered second place in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Girls Tennis Tournament.

The E-Gals made a six-person team total of 372 strokes, 21 more than FAVC champion Kings’ Knights with its five-player total of 351 shots. Gen Este was 10th among the 10 teams making a total of 500 strokes.

The Red and White and the Purple and White are Clermont County’s only varsity girls links teams.

Jen Trame and Sydney Anderson tied for the best scores recorded by Milford in the tourney with an 84.

The duet was tied for third overall. Chelsea Wright of Kings was the medalist with an 82 and Dayna Westrick of Little Miami putted an 83.

Other individual totals tallied by Milford were by Ali Habermehl with a 101, Courtney Tedrick 103, Sarah Strunk 105, and Erin Mack 107.

The best 18-hole score registered by Glen Este belonged to Hannah Macke who was tied for 15th overall with her 99.

Regular season results

Milford defeated Cincinnati Country Day's Indians 177-269 led by Trame's two-over par 40 on the back nine at Carmargo.

Next-door neighbor Loveland also fell before the Red and White 191-199. Trame again earned medalist laurels with her seven-over par 40 on the front nine at the Oasis.

Milford swept a three-way showdown under Loveland's Tigers and Turpin's Spartans with the respective scores of 171-180-239. Trame again paced her teammates with a two-over par 38 at Deer Track. Teammate Anderson shot a 40.

Glen Este was undershot by Harrison's Wildcats 209-230 on the front nine at Circling Hills.

The Trojans lost to Little Miami's Panthers 197-243 on the back nine at Belwood.

The Purple and went on to gain a tie with Turpin's Spartans, both shooting 231. The Trojans' Hannah Macke earned the medalist laurels by shooting a 13-over par 48 on the back nine at Reeves.

All of the GE contests were against fellow members of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference and the same was for Milford with the exception of the victory under Country Day.

Cyn Macke aces at California

In non-high school related golf, Cyn Macke of Washington Township in Clermont County, recently achieved her first hole-in-one in golf action.

Macke's hole-in-one was achieved on the par three 140-yard hole number seven at the California Golf Course in Hamilton County near Coney Island.

Macke is an employee of the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce.
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