Girls varsity golf secures second place at Cedar Springs jamboree


The girls varsity golf team went on the road to Cedar Chase Golf Course last night for the Cedar Springs jamboree. The Lady Rangers were able to secure second place once again with a team score of 178. The placing for golf is typically very consistent, and FHN remains in first with a score of 166 at this team outing. The Red Hawks had a tough showing on their home course, as they took last with a score of 222.

FHC was led by junior Ally Ringler who shot just 4 strokes over the course par with a 40. Junior Mandy Ehrlich also had a very solid night and ended with a 45. Seniors Kayley Reynolds and Haley Hamill continue to contribute low scores as well, as they earned a 46 and 47, respectively.

The golf team is back in action tomorrow on Senior Night on its home course, Watermark Country Club. The familiarity with the course may be an advantage for the Rangers, but the emotions of the festivities, where seniors from all the teams attending will be celebrated, have the possibility of affecting the golfers. FHC carries four seniors on the 12-player squad, all of whom are key contributors to the team. These golfers will look to go out on a high note for their last home-course jamboree.