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Lady Bears Golfers Tee Off 2017 with Strong Peformances

Lady Bears Golfers Tee Off 2017 with Strong Peformances

JV Tournament 2/25:

A few of our JV players kicked off the season at the Chateau Elan Par 3 course on Saturday, February 25. Luci Allen (10th) led the Cambridge team with an 84 and Maddie Tolbert (10th) followed closely with an 85. Ninth grader Edy Borden shot a 91 and Olivia Lawrence (10th) shot a 92. Cambridge finished 5th out of 8 teams with a team score of 260.

JV match 3/2:

The Cambridge JV team competed against Riverwood High School in a match at Steel Canyon on March 2. The match was a great experience for several of our newest players! Senior Hannah Cole led the Bears with a 51, Margeaux Messier (9th) followed with a 52, and Bella Losurdo (9th) and Mary Liz Covington (9th) both shot a 55. Cambridge finished with a team score of 158 and Riverwood finished with a team score of 147.

West Hall Invitational 3/4:

The Cambridge Varsity team started its season in the West Hall Invitational at Chateau Elan's Woodlands Course on Saturday, March 4th. Heather Kipniss had a great start to her season! She shot a 77 and was named All Team for her 2nd place individual finish. Lindsey Smith (10th) shot a 100, Parker Sylvester (12th) shot a 102, and Amelia Green (11th) finished with a 103. The team finished 7th out of 23 teams with a team score of 279.

Gwinnett Open 3/11:

The Cambridge Varsity team competed in the Gwinnett Open at Chateau Elan on Saturday, March 11. The tournament was a modified Stableford format, so players competed for points instead of keeping a traditional golf score. Players earned one point for a bogey, two points for a par, and four points for a birdie. Heather Kipniss (12th) had her career round and shot an impressive two-under-par 69! She had five birdies on the back nine and earned 43 points, winning the first-place individual award for the tournament. Lindsey Smith (10th) earned 19 points, Amelia Green (11th) earned 17 points, and Parker Sylvester (12th) earned 11 points. Cambridge won an award for the third-place team (out of sixteen teams) with a score of 79.