IHSAA Girls State Finals Champions Crowned
In spite of cold and blustery conditions at Carmel's Prairie View Golf Club, Bloomington South's Cherise Otter and the Evansville North girls golf team led from start to finish to claim this year's IHSAA state championships.
The No. 2 Huskies (322-324-646), with only one senior among their five golfers, were led by junior Emma Kieffer (154) who finished tied for seventh. Sophomore Katelyn Le tied for 15th with 158, freshman Hadley Watts ended tied for 24th with 165, senior Kelsie Droste tied for 33rd with 170 and sophomore Brittany Skinner was 47th at 175.
No. 4 Martinsville finished six strokes back (332-320-652) as the runner-up, followed by No. 3 Hamilton Southeastern (328-331-659). Top-ranked defending state champion Carmel (333-331-664) placed fourth.
Otter (69-75-144) became the second Bloomington South player to win the individual crown joining Amy McDonald in 1987.
The Bloomington South junior held a four-stroke lead after Friday's opening round 69 when she birdied three holes through mostly rainy, cool weather. She maintained that lead through Saturday's very windy and cold conditions offsetting four bogeys and a double-bogey with three more birdies to finish even par.
Martinsville junior Claire Cameron (75-76-151) and Westfield freshman Cailyn Henderson (77-74-151) tied for second place.
This was the first state finals event held at the 5,523 yard course along the banks of the White River. The boys state finals will be played here in June.
Recap courtesy of the IHSSA.
March 16th - First Practice (B)
March 30th - First Contest (B)
June 5th, 6th & 8th - IHSAA Sectionals (B)
June 9th - IHSGCA All State Forms Due (B)
June 11th & 12th - IHSAA Regionals (B)
June 16th & 17th - IHSAA State Finals (B)
July 31st - First Practice (G)
August 3rd - First Context (G)
September 18th - 21st - IHSAA Sectionals (G)
September 23rd - IHSGCA All State Forms Due (G)
September 26th - IHSAA Regionals (G)
October 2nd-3rd - IHSAA State Finals (G)
October 9th - IHSGCA Annual Clinic
IGA Rules Clinic Presentation
The IHSGCA would like to thank the IGA and Ryan Lambert for sharing their rules clinic presentation and information. To view the PowerPoint that Ryan showed at the click on the link below.
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events held at the Prairie View Golf Club, the new IHSAA site for the Boys and Girls State Finals. There are four age divisions for Boys (8‐9, 10‐11, 12‐13, 14‐19), and three for Girls (8‐10, 11‐13, 14‐19). With no resume required and no handicap restrictions, the PJGT is the place for junior golfers to showcase their talent and receive the recognition they well deserve. Players of the PJGT receive national exposure through the
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