Waukon girls golf team edges Waverly-Shell Rock at home, powers past MFL


Rounds out team score ... Waukon girls golf senior Emily Kolsrud drives through a shot in the Indians’ Northeast Iowa Conference victory, 222-224, at home over Waverly-Shell Rock Monday, April 8. Kolsrud shot a round of 60 to help complete the Indian team score. Standard photo by Joe Moses. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

The Waukon girls golf team played another pair of back-to-back meets this past week and put both of them in the win column, including the golf Tribe’s first Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) win of the season. That NEIC triumph came by just two strokes, 222-224, over Waverly-Shell Rock at home Monday, April 8 before the Indians completed the consecutive night sweep with a 213-277 win over MFL/MarMac at Tri-City Golf Course in Luana Tuesday, April 9.

“We are working hard for team consistency and scores are coming down,” Waukon girls golf coach Kathy McMillan said. “Good team chemistry and practicing for a purpose makes a positive end result.”
The Indians were next scheduled to play three consecutive meets on the road, traveling to Decorah Monday, April 15, to Caledonia, MN Tuesday, April 16 and then to Sumner-Fredericksburg Thursday, April 18. The golf Tribe will then host Crestwood Monday, April 22 and then New Hampton Friday, April 26.

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