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Meigs senior Victoria Walker (center) tees off the par-four sixth hole at the Meigs County Golf Course, while Meigs head coach Tom Cremeans (left) and Eastern senior Grace Edwards (right) look on, during Monday's match.
Meigs senior Victoria Walker (center) tees off the par-four sixth hole at the Meigs County Golf Course, while Meigs head coach Tom Cremeans (left) and Eastern senior Grace Edwards (right) look on, during Monday's match.
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POMEROY, Ohio — The Meigs girls golf team claimed an 18-stroke victory, Monday evening on a rain soaked Meigs County Golf Course.


The best four scores on each team were combined to make the team score on the par-34 course. As a team Meigs posted a 220, while Eastern was second with 238. Alexander marked 257, while Wellston had a 264.


The Lady Marauders were led by co-medalists Dannett Davis and Kendra Robie with rounds of 51, while Victoria Walker and Karlee Norton both fired rounds of 59. Also playing for MHS, but not contributing to the team total, were Alishia Foster and Sarah Curl, who shot 64 and 68 respectively.


Katelyn Edwards paced the Lady Eagles with a 54, followed by Allie Grueser with a 55 and Kaitlyn Hawk with a 64. Grace Edwards rounded out the EHS total with a 65.


Southern’s lone competitor was sophomore Ashley Acree, who fired a 52.


Danielle Adelsberger posted Alexander’s low round at 57, while Kylee Sams marked a 65, Taylor Boggs marked a 66, Ally McClain fired a 69 and Alexas Losey had an 84.


Wellston was led by Dsetiny Clemons with a 54 and Lauren Riepenhoff with a 61, while Kerrigan Cox marked a 72 and Emily Jeffries had a 77.


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