Objective: Since I started playing golf as an 8th grader, I will compete successfully in high school and competitive golf tournaments throughout the country in order to use them as a stepping stone to play at the college level.
Mussslemann Dunne Tour Championship
In the Girls 14-15 Division, it was a constant back and forth battle on Day Two of the Tour Championship at Big Springs Country Club in Louisville, KY. After the dust of the two days
had settled, Meg Mills of Lexington (83-79=162 ) came up two strokes short of defeating Caroline McDonald of Danville who won by two shots, shooting rounds of 83-79=162.
Meg Mills leads Henry Clay to region golf title
By Mike Fields — firstname.lastname@example.org
Henry Clay’s girls played up to expectations and won the 7th Region high school golf title at Gibson Bay on Monday, and flashed winning smiles afterward.”It’s amazing,” said junior Meg Mills, who led the Blue Devils with a 76, her lowest round of the year. She wasn’t playing for personal gratification, though.”More than anything, I wanted to be there for my team, back them up and get a good score on the board for them,” she said. “Henry Clay had a team total of 324 to beat runner-up Boyle County by 10 shots. Both teams advance to next week’s state tournament in Bowling Green. Mills led Henry Clay’s run to the title, followed by senior Allison Leigeb (80), freshman Sara Bidarian (83), freshman Leslie Ginter (85) and junior Alison Miller (91).
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