Centerville Varsity Girls Black Golf

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Girls Varsity Black Golf Edges Mason

The Mason Comets visited Yankee Trace on Wednesday afternoon to battle the girls varsity black team on an unseasonably hot day.  The two teams battled back and forth throughout the nine-hole duel, but in the end, the Elks came out on top, 166-170.  Leading the way for the black team was Abi Haywood with a

Girls Varsity Golf Teams Finish in Top Ten at Alter Invite

The varsity black and gold golf teams traveled to NCR Country Club this morning to compete in the Alter Invite.  The Elks knew they would have to play well or they would run the risk of getting swallowed up the very challenging NCR course. The varsity gold team, led by junior Meha Pandya’s 80, shot

Girls Varsity Black Golf Clipped by Comets

The girls varsity black golf team traveled south tonight to Green Crest Golf Club to face the Mason Comets. Led by freshman and match medalist Alana Miller’s 43, the Elks shot a team score of 187.  Unfortunately, the host Comets shot a 184 and clipped the Elks by just three strokes.  Joining Alana in the team scoring

Girls Varsity Gold Golf Finishes Fourth at New Albany Invite

The girls varsity gold golf team traveled to New Albany Links this afternoon to compete in the New Albany Invitational.  Facing several of the top teams in the state, the Elks were hoping for a strong performance to boost their confidence as the season progresses. Led by Meha Pandya and Mo Rodgers, who both shot

Girls Varsity Black Golf Finishes Sixth at Thunderbird Invite

The girls varsity black golf team traveled to Lost Creek this morning in Lima to compete in the Thunderhawk Invite.  The girls knew they would be facing some tough competition in the 12-team field, but were ready to accept the challenge. Led by Catherine Tollefson and Rachel Krause, who both carded an 89, the girls

Girls Varsity Black Golf Cruises Past Oakwood

The girls varsity black golf team welcomed the Oakwood Lumberjacks to Yankee Trace last night.  The girls rolled to a 185-239 victory.  Leading the way for the Elks were senior Rachel Krause, who shot a 44 and freshman Sanjana Reddy, who carded a 45. The girls are back in action on Wednesday when they travel