Waukon girls golf team takes on five opponents in busy week of home dual and pair of road triangular events

Junior pair leads Indian scoring effort at home ... Waukon girls golf juniors Eva Whalen (photo above) and Alyssa Connelly (photo below) led the Indian scoring effort in their 258-219 home dual meet loss to Crestwood Monday, April 8. Connelly paced the golf Tribe’s varsity team scoring with her round of 61 strokes, and Whalen turned in a round of 63 strokes to rank second in the Tribe scoring. View and find out how to purchase these photos and more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon girls golf team played in one of its busiest weeks of the season, competing in three different events over a span of four nights and taking on five different opponents in those meets. The Lady Indians finished in front of just one of those five opponents, as their 232 strokes finished in the middle of a triangular at Luana - behind MFL/MarMac’s 219 strokes and ahead of Postville’s 235 strokes Tuesday, April 9 after having fallen at home to Crestwood  Monday, April 8 in dual meet action, 258-219. The golf Tribe wrapped up that busy week with a third-place finish at the Clayton Ridge triangular Thursday, April 11, tallying 241 strokes to finish just six strokes behind the 235-stroke tie between the host Eagles and South Winneshiek.

The Lady Indians were next scheduled to play at Waverly-Shell Rock Tuesday, April 16 before playing at New Hampton and also against Oelwein Thursday, April 18. The Waukon golf girls will host both South Winneshiek, Tuesday, April 23, and Charles City and North Fayette Valley, Friday, April 26, before playing in a tournament at Decorah Saturday, April 27.

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