The Daily Register - Harrisburg, IL
  • Prep Golf: Fit to be tied

  • Eldorado girls golf take part in first 18-hole tournament of season
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    Eldorado head girls' golf coach Greg Goodley called it the first real test of the season.
    The Eagles passed, but Goodley hinted the grade could have been better.
    Eldorado tied for second with a team score of 344 at Saturday's Massac County Lady Patriot Invitational at the Metropolis Country Club.
    Nashville took the overall title with a 331, while Eldorado and Massac County tied for second. The tie was broken by going to the fifth score on each team, which went to the Lady Patriots.
    "It was our first 18-hole match of the season," Goodley said. "I thought we did a good job, but I still feel that all the girls can lower their scores."
    Nashville's Shawn Renegarbe took medalist honors with a 71, while Eldorado's Ashton Goodley finished second overall with a 74. Taylor Goodley finished third overall with a 76.
    Taylor Aldridge carded a 95 for the Eagles, while Sam Mings finished with a 99. Reagan Gray finished with a 102 and Jaclyn Artman had a 114.
    On Friday, both Ashton and Taylor Goodley finished under par for the first time this season as Ashton shot a 2-under 33, while Taylor fired a 1-under 34 in helping the Eagles to a 168-227 win over Carmi-White County at Saline County Country Club.
    Aldridge finished with a 49 for Eldorado, while Sam Mings fired a 52. Jaclyn Artman had a 54, while Reagan Gray finished with a 56.
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