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 Lady Panthers Struggle on Back Nine, Lose Opener; Lady Vikings take 444-480 Win From Knightstown

August 13, 2008 - Knightstown’s girls varsity golf team got its first taste of action Monday night when the Lady Panthers battled Blue River at Royal Hylands Golf Club. Knightstown lost to the Lady Vikings 444-480.

Pam Crawford was low player for the Lady Panthers, shooting a 48 on the front nine, but struggling on the back, where she shot a 56. Her 104 total was second overall in the meet, five strokes behind Blue River’s Chelsie Teague.

Crawford parred two holes on the day. She shot a four on number five, and knocked down a par-three on number nine. At the turn, Crawford trailed Teague by just one stroke.

But an uncharacteristic quadruple-bogey eight on number 11 put her farther behind, and a triple-bogie in number 12 put her nine strokes down. She caught up four of those strokes over the final six holes.

Abbie Haines finished a team-second for the Lady Panthers by shooting a 119. She parred hole number three, but her day had gotten off to a bad start after struggling on the first hole.

Mahaley Hagy shot a 120 for Knightstown, although she did get a par on the par-three number 16. Shawna Rigdon carded a 137 and had a bogey on number four. The Lady Panthers had just enough players to field a team and are led by first-year coach Cary Ellis.

The girls hit the road tomorrow (Thursday) when they travel to Cambridge City Lincoln. Ellis will take his girls on the road again Aug. 19 at New Palestine, and the team will play next at home on Aug. 20, against Lapel at Royal Hylands Golf Club.

 

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