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Panthers have highest MBC finish on home course

Shannon Campbell putts towards the hole on No. 4 Sean Scallon photo.

Ellsworth High School's girls' golf team had its highest Middle Border Conference meet finish and tied for its lowest nine-hole score of the season last Tuesday at the Ellsworth Country Club.

The Panthers finished tied for second shooting a 201 along with Baldwin-Woodville. New Richmond easily took first with the low score of 170 and all-but-sealed the conference title as Osceola, playing without Casey Danielson, finished fourth with a score of 204.

Amery shot a 210, Somerset 213 and Prescott finished with a 243.

Ellsworth's home meet was scheduled back on Sept. 7 but was suspended due to inclement weather. Rather than resuming, the teams agreed to start again on a beautiful fall afternoon.

Ellsworth had three golfers finish in the top 10 and score individual league points. EHS was led by Shannon Campbell, who came in fourth with a 45; Courtney Stoesz was eighth shooting a 49 and Aubrey Langer finished 10th with a score of 53.

Chloe Spriggle shot a 54 for the Panthers and Shauntay Gallardojohnson finished with a 58.

With Danielson absent, New Richmond's Caitlynn Singerhouse took medalist honors shooting a 37. Her teammate Hannah Wheeler along with Amery's Dani Edin tied for second with a pair of 43s, Alex Wheeler took fourth with a 44.

Mikayla Rowan had Prescott's lowest score with a 58 followed by Katie Filkins 59, Heidi Tayson and Audrie Ann Schlecht both with scores of 63s and Jessica DeYoung 77.

See more sports stories in this week's print edition of the Pierce County Herald.