Clover golf falls to Braves
TERRE HAUTE -- The Cloverdale girls' golf team fell to Terre Haute South Thursday, 155-225 at Rea Park.
The Braves were led by the one-over-par 37 of Katelyn Gosnell. A pair of teammates added scores in the 30s for the squad.
For the Clovers, it was veterans Kayla Langdon and Elizabeth Wiley who once again set the pace with solid rounds. Langdon fired a 44, and Wiley was just behind with a 46. Victoria Boyette was next with a 59, and Erica Looper rounded out the scoring with a 76.
"Kayla and Elizabeth both continued to lower their seasons' averages with solid rounds today," Clover coach Ken Williams said. "Victoria got off to a good start but couldn't sustain it for nine holes."
The Clovers travel to Deer Creek today for an 11:20 tee time in the West Central Conference Tournament.
At Rea Park
Terre Haute South 155, Cloverdale 225
Medalist -- Gosnell (THS) 37.
Cloverdale -- Langdon 44, Wiley 46, Boyette 59, Looper 76.
Terre Haute South -- Gosnell 37, Engle 39, Fuqua 39, Thomas 40, Walburn 44, Whitlock 49.
Next match -- Cloverdale travels to Deer Creek for the WCC Tournament at 11:20 a.m. today.