Girls golfers have strong outing at Emerald GreensGetting as many golfers as possible coming in with a score of less than 100 has been a goal for the Hastings girls team this season, and on Friday two Hastings players met that goal.
By: Chad Richardson, The Hastings Star-Gazette
Getting as many golfers as possible coming in with a score of less than 100 has been a goal for the Hastings girls team this season, and on Friday two Hastings players met that goal.
Sadie Karbo had her best round of the year with a 90.
Caitlyn Judge also had her best round of the season with a 94.
Rachel Reamer, a consistent player for the Raiders this year, came in just above that goal with a 101.
Hannah Hoffman, Haley Jo Kimmen and Maddie Bauer each had 108s.
Hastings finished with a team total of 393 and placed 10th out of 12 teams.
Judge had the longest drive during the tournament, which featured more than 100 golfers.
Hastings played at River Oaks on Thursday, May 12.
Bauer led the Raiders with a 50. Judge and Karbo each had 51s and Kimmen had a 52. Hannah Hoffman had a 55 and Izzy Karbo had a 56.
The team had a 204 total.
Hastings played host to a Suburban East Conference match on Monday, May 16, at the Hastings Country Club.
Judge and Kimmen led the Raiders with 52s. Sadie Karbo had a 53, Reamer had a 54, Hoffman had a 55 and Bauer had a 55.
The team finished with a total of 211.