Camdenton takes fourth at MSU Relays
Camdenton took its swings in Springfield Thursday night as the Lakers competed in tournament action at the MSU Relays.
It was a productive trip for the Lakers as they finished tied for fourth in the team standings and Camdenton’s Amber Wilson earned yet another match medalist title with the top score in the tournament.
The Lakers were competing with just four golfers on Thursday at the Bill and Payne Stewart Course as Coley Rezabek offered her services to the tennis team. Camdenton tied for fourth with a team score of 383 while Springfield Catholic won the event with a round of 370.
Wilson shot a round of 69 for the top score, Jennah Schell finished sixth with an 82, Allie Crowell posted a personal best round of 115 and Emily Hunter finished the day at 117.
“I was so proud of the way we came out in this tournament,” Camdenton coach Jane Eidson said. “Amber played a great tournament staying steady to shoot a 2-under-par. Jennah played a steady round in the low 80s and both Emily and Allie stepped up and made great improvements. This gives us confidence as we go into the Ozark Conference Tournament and district tournament.”
Up next for the Lakers is a trip to Lebanon on Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Osage and Eldon golfers battle in quad at Osage National
Osage played host to rival Eldon, Russellville and Crocker for a quad meet Thursday night and it was the Mustangs who came out on top with a team score of 208.
Osage and Eldon were the only schools to have enough players to post a team score and the Indians finished the day at 226.
Eldon’s Kassidy Hull was match medalist yet again for the Mustangs with a 9-hole round of 38 while Osage’s Emily Maher and Eugene’s Logan Belt finished as runner-ups with a score of 49 each. The performance was Maher’s best in 9-hole play so far this season.
Eldon was scheduled to be in tournament action at Jefferson City on Monday and up next for the Mustangs is a trip to Russellville on Wednesday at 4 p.m. Meanwhile, Osage will be in tournament action on Tuesday in Marshfield before the team’s final 9-hole meet on Thursday at 4 p.m.