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Lady E’Hawk Golfers Finish Season In Third Place

By Staff | May 6, 2008

Emmetsburg’s Lady E’Hawks finished their Lakes Conference regular season dual campaign with a third place finish after a triangular with LeMars and Western Christian and a dual against Spencer on Thursday, May 1.Spirit Lake took the dual meet title, followed by Spencer and the Lady E’Hawks, based on season meetings of the squads.

In Thursday’s matches, the Lady E’Hawks hosted LeMars and Western Christian for a make-up triangular, and Spencer also played in a dual with Emmetsburg.

Emmetsburg would tally a team score of 199, while LeMars shot a 238 and Western Christian was incomplete. Spencer shot a 218 as Emmetsburg’s score of 199 won that dual.

In the triangular, Emmetsburg’s April Corley took medal honors with a round of 47 over the Wild Rose Golf Club links, with teammate Katie Heddinger earning the runner-up honors with a 49. Abby Bird added a 51, while Sara Schany shot a 52. Megan Myers carded a round of 56 and Tori Heldt shot a round of 59.

Against Spencer, Emily Holck earned the medal honors with her round of 42, and Corley was the runner-up medalist.

For the Junior Varsity contest, scoring for Emmetsburg was led by Jenny Hoch with a 48. Janna Hoch shot a 51, while Cortney Gappa and Krista Peaslee both shot rounds of 57. Amanda Pugh carded a 62, while Amanda Walters shot a 68. Emily Lowman shot a round of 69 and Taylor McCartan added a round of 75.

In a non-conference dual played on Tuesday, April 29, Emmetsburg lost a close dual to Humboldt by a 201-205 margin. Humboldt claimed both medal and runner-up medalist honors in the dual, which had been rescheduled from April 24.

For Emmetsburg, Katie Heddinger shot a round of 45, while Abby Bird followed with a 49. Jenny Hoch shot a 55 and Megan Myers shot a round of 56, while Janna Hoch carded a 57 and April Corley came away with a 59.

The Emmetsburg Junior Varsity took their portion of the dual, shooting a 226 to Humboldt’s 248 stroke total.

For the young Lady E’Hawks, Sara Schany led the effort with a 50, while Tori Heldt shot a 55. Krista Peaslee had a 58, while Cortney Gappa and Taylor McCartan both shot rounds of 63. Amanda Walters shot a 66 and Emily Lowman turned in a round of 71.