BEVERLY, Ohio — The Meigs High School and Eastern High School girls golf teams competed in a triangular match on Thursday — with Waterford as the host school at Lakeside Golf Course.
The Lady Wildcats, attempting to qualify for the state tournament for the third consecutive season, rolled to a 43-stroke victory over second-place Meigs.
Waterford fired a team total of 165, followed by the Lady Marauders at 208 and Eastern at 217.
The Wildcats and Meigs fielded full teams of at least six golfers, while the Lady Eagles only sported five.
Individually, Waterford posted three of the four lowest scores, paced by match medalist Bre Hart with a 5-over par 39.
Kenzie Dietz followed with a 40 and Ashley Offenberger a 41, while Alicia Dickenson dialed in for the fourth counting card with a 45.
The top four scores counted towards the team total, as Liz Leach shot a 48 and Abby Eichmiller added a 49.
For the Lady Marauders, all six of their scores ranged from 50 to 56 — with a pair of 54s for the fourth counting score.
Kylee Robinson led the way with a 50, as Lydia Edwards added a 51, Mikayla Radcliffe recorded a 53, and Shalynn Mitchell and Olivia Haggy had a pair of 54s.
Caitlin Cotterill, with a 56, rounded out the Maroon and Gold.
Eastern junior Kylee Tolliver tied Offenberger with a 41, as the Lady Eagles’ other three counting scores were Sarah Bunce with a 51, Alyssa Smith with a 61 and Jasmine Brewer with a 64.
Autumn Honaker had a 66 for the Lady Eagles’ other score.