Against a strong field featuring ranked teams, a shorthanded team, a broken driver, and countless lip-out putts, Richmond Girls finished 7th after losing a tiebreaker for 6th. There were seventeen teams present with several more girls there as individuals.
Jacey Cornett and Karissa Owens both finished in the top ten as individuals to continue their strong start as a one-two punch to be good enough to compete with any team in the state.
Cornett shot an 85, but struggled with the greens. She had six straight par putts to start the day, but had every one lip out. She finished the day with twelve lipped out putts, serving as a great example of determination to stay focused and not get too frustrated throughout her round.
Karissa Owens had her driver break on her and fought her swing all day. Owens finished her round with a score of 88, still good enough to finish in the top ten as an individual. Owens continues to impress on the start of her Junior year having scores of 78, 75, and an 88. Again, the strength of this team came through in the form of determination when her driver broke and she moved forward to compete all day.
Brianna Fisher and Maggie Camp each came in with scores of 109. Both ladies have continued to grow and work on their game and look forward to having an important role as the year continues.