Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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September 27, 2012

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EFFINGHAM — Effingham’s Morgan Wilson claimed individual bragging rights, but the team honors went to Teutopolis Wednesday in a girls golf match at th Effingham Country Club.

Wilson shot a 49 for the Hearts, but Teutopolis had its top four players shoot in the 50s to claim a 226-234 victory.

Paris also competed but had only three players, not enough to count in the team standings.

Holly Dust and Haley Giles shot 50 to lead Teutopolis (8-9). Courtney White contributed a 53 for the Hearts (5-7).

Teutopolis 226, Effingham 234, Paris NS

Teutopolis: Celeste Deters 60, Holly Dust 55, Leah Kremer 61, Laura Wente 59, Haley Giles 55, Ellie Ruholl 57, Lea Thoele 68, Katie Thoele 61.

Effingham: Courtney White 53, Morgan Wilson 49, Hope Collier 63, Delaney Hagenseiker 69.

Paris: Tiffany Sansone 64, Davida Holderman 63, Jussina Goddard 69.

Bulldog girls close with win

St. Anthony wrapped up a 15-1 regular season with a 185-201 victory over Charleston Thursday at the Charleston Country Club. Charleston also competed and finished third at 217.

The Bulldogs’ Mirahda Rohlfing was medalist witha  41. Madison Bushue and Mariah Bushue shot 47 for St. Anthony.

St. Anthony 185, Mattoon 201, Charleston 217

St. Anthony: Miranda Rohlfing 41, Emmie Schultz 50, Madison Bushue 47, Mariah Bushue 47, Kyla Burton 65, Maddie Schuette 57.

Mattoon: Kalie Conlin 47, Megan McCain 54, Lauren Spain 49, Taylor Burson 53, Katie Holsapple 52, Alexis Dean 59.

Charleston: Maddy Burgett 50, Elenor Methuen 53, Morgan Sherwood 52, Abby Youngblood 62, Lyndsay Veach 63, Jan Fuller-Moore 63.

 

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