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September 20, 2013
POMEROY, Ohio — Four scores is all it takes.
The Eastern girls golf team had just four competitors in Thursday’s quad-match at the Meigs County Golf Course, but it was enough to claim the five stroke victory.
The Lady Eagles fired a 214, followed by Wellston with a 219, Meigs with a 224 and Athens with a 225.
Eastern was led by match medalist Hannah Hawley with a 47, while Grace Edwards posted a 49. Allie Grueser marked a 56, while Katelyn Edwards rounded out the EHS total with a 62.
Meigs was led by Kylie Dillon with a 51 and Kendra Robie 55. Torie Walker fired a 56, and Dannett Davis had a 62 to round out the MHS total. Sarah Curl fired a 70 in a non-contributing effort.
Lauren Riepenhoff led the Lady Golden Rockets with a 48, followed by Taylor Scraggs with a 55, Amber Gilliland with a 57 and Abby Scott with a 59. Destiny Clemons played but did not post a score for Wellston.
Athens was paced by Vanessa Carey with a 50, and Hannah DeBruin with a 55. Mikala Perry had a 59 for the Lady Bulldogs, followed by Stevie Putnam with a 61.