Elena Conaty fired a 36 as the Blue Springs South girls golf team triumphed in a four-team match at the Drumm Farm Golf Club Executive Course Wednesday.
The Jaguars totaled 153 to defeat Truman (166), Fort Osage (194) and William Chrisman (202) on the nine-hole, par-30 course.
“Very wet conditions today but the girls played well,” Jaguars coach Logan Thorp said. “I'm really seeing some improvement from the girls as the season moves on.”
Conaty tied Truman’s Amy Mcleod for medalist honors at 36, while Natalie Pritchett and Ayden Sackewitz each fired a 38 for South. Andrea Brown (41) and Maddy Russell (43) completed South’s scoring.
Andrea Zorich shot 41 and LaRae Privett (44), Hannah Stockton (45) and Samantha Emory (55) completed Truman’s card.
“I liked our girls' performance tonight,” Truman coach Joey Penner said. “They seemed to have fun and were not intimidated by the challenge. This has been a week of ups and downs and I like the positive way we finished.”
Kelstin Wilson and Lexy Abshier each shot 44 to lead Chrisman.
“The girls were happy to be back home after a rough outing on Monday (at the Liberty North Invitational),” Bears coach John Beaman said. “Several of the girls improved over their previous rounds. Our goal continues to be better at the end of the season than when we started.”
Individual scores for Fort Osage were not available.
• On Tuesday, Truman shot 207 but fell to Raymore-Peculiar’s 195 at the Quarry Course at Country Creek Golf Club.
Zorich shot 46 to lead the Patriots, followed by Mcleod (52), Privett (53), Emory (55) and Stockton (56).
Janna Jones of Ray-Pec shot 43 for medalist honors.
EAGLES SPLIT: Grain Valley topped Excelsior Springs but finished behind Richmond in a three-team match at Shirkey Golf Club in Richmond Tuesday.
Grain Valley sophomore Kailyn Duett was the runner-up, shooting a season-best 51 with a birdie on the par-38 course. The Eagles totaled 240 to edge Excelsior Springs (242) and finished behind Richmond (227).
Taylor Hileman shot 60 and Shelby Kimbrough totaled 62 for Grain Valley. Richmond’s Ava Wirsig shot 50 for medalist honors.