CRAWFORDSVILLE -- The Cloverdale girls' golf team placed third to Southmont and North Vermillion in a three-way meet at Crawfordsville Country Club Tuesday.
Southmont won with a score of 193, followed by North Vermillion with 205, and Cloverdale finished it off with a 226.
Kayla Langdon was the medalist of the match with a 44, beating out two players from Southmont and one from North Vermillion who each had a 45. Langdon also had three pars on her way to becoming medalist.
Elizabeth Wiley was next for the Clovers with a 56, followed by Victoria Boyette with 59, and Erica Looper finished with a 67. Boyette and Looper were both below their season's average for the Clovers.
"This is the second meet in a row in the 220s, so we are improving," Cloverdale coach Ken Williams commented.
Cloverdale will travel to Deer Creek to face Cascade at 4 p.m. next Wednesday.
At Crawfordsville Country Club
Southmont 193, North Vermillion 205, Cloverdale 226
Medalist -- Kayla Langdon (CHS) 44
Southmont (193) -- Davis 45, Whalen 45, Rush 51, cook 52, Nevins 60, Carr 69
North Vermillion (205) -- Craft 45, Powell 50, Milam 54, Gilbert 56, Bruce 57
Cloverdale (226) -- Langdon 44, wiley 56, Boyette 59, Looper 67
Next meet -- Cloverdale travels to Deer Creek to face Cascade at 4 p.m. next Wednesday.