The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


October 4, 2013

Erie girls capture league trophy

KEWANEE, Ill. — Katlyn Weber led four Erie players to top-12 finishes Thursday and the Cardinals won the Three Rivers Conference girls golf title by six strokes over Princeton.

Weber shot a 95 and placed fourth to lead Erie to a 401-stroke team performance. Weber shot a 46 on the front side and a 49 on the back. Erie teammates Morgan Newton (100), Lexi Floming (101) and Sera Bebon (105) came in ninth, 10th and 12th on the par-72 Baker Park Golf Course.

Paige Dougherty of Kewanee won medalist honors with a 90, while Princeton’s Sophia Suarez (93) and Morrison’s Jaden Workman (94) rounded out the top three. Mackenna Munson of Fulton tied for seventh with a 99. Dougherty’s round included a 41 on the front nine. Workman shot 45-49, Munson 48-51.

Prophetstown earned a fifth-place finish in the team standings. Led by Taylor Kelly, the Prophets shot a 505. Kelly finished 21st with a 117.


Baker Park Golf Course, par 72

Team standings

1. Erie 401; 2 Princeton 407; 3. Rockridge 429; 4. Peru St. Bede 440; 5. Prophetstown 505; 6. Riverdale 508; 7. Orion 510; 8. Amboy 557. Kewanee, Morrison, Sherrard, Fulton and Spring Valley Hall all had entrants but not enough golfers for a team score.

Individual leaders

1. Paige Dougherty (Kew) 90; 2. Sophia Suarez (Prin) 93; 3. Jaden Workman (Mor) 94; 4. Katlyn Weber (Erie) 95; 5. (tie) Jillan Stone (Rock), Gabby Mendoza (PSB) 96; 7. (tie) Katy Schmitt (Sher), Mackenna Munson (Ful) 99; 9. Morgan Newton (Erie) 100; 10. Lexi Floming (Erie) 101.

ERIE -- 4. Weber 95; 9. Newton 100; 10. Floming 101; 12. Sera Bebon 105; 28. Lindsey Tempelmann 126; 4. Heather Cores 135.

PROPHETSTOWN -- 21. Taylor Kelly 117; 25. Breanna Sandrock 122; 29. (tie) Catherine Cooney 127; 41, Madi Purvis 139; 43. Abby Baker 142; 46. Jordan Juhola 159.

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