Dresbach shoots 93, Alie Newby 99, Madie Newby 100 at Girls' Golf Regionals
South Putnam senior Madie Newby and junior Alie Newby, as well as North Putnam freshman Kylie Dresbach, saw their seasons conclude Saturday at the IHSAA Girls’ Golf Regional level.
Alie Newby shot 99 and Madie Newby 100 at the IHSAA Washington Regional held at County Oaks. The third qualifier from the Northview Sectional, Parke Heritage’s Phoebe Henderson, shot 104.
Dresbach shot 93 at the IHSAA Lafayette Jeff Regional held at Battleground GC. The other qualifiers from the Attica Sectional, Southmont’s Addison Meadows and Covington’s Sydni Crain, shot 74 and 83 respectively; Meadows was the second individual to qualify for the IHSAA Girls’ Golf State Finals and finished fourth overall.
Castle won the Washington Regional comfortably, shooting 296. Bedford North Lawrence shot 344 as runner-up while Gibson Southern advanced as the third team to the IHSAA Girls’ Golf State Finals on tiebreak over Jasper; both teams shot 355.
Terre Haute South shot 360 to lead the teams from the Northview Sectional, finishing fifth. Northview finished ninth on 389, a stroke behind Barr Reeve and three strokes behind Evansville Memorial in seventh. Terre Haute North shot 405 to finish 12th.
The victorious Knights had four of the top five low scores on the day, led by Medalist Lydia Bauersfield, who beat out teammate Ashley Kirkland for the honor after both shot 72.
Advancing as individuals from the Regional were South Knox’s Trinity Dubbs, who was third overall shooting 75, and Jasper’s Emma Ruxer, who shot 79.
Carmel won the Lafayette Jeff Regional shooting 297. Westfield finished as runner-up on 319 and Zionsville finished third on 329. The three teams that advanced from the Attica Sectional, Western Boone, Benton Central and Seeger, shot 387 (10th), 421 (14th) and 447 (15th).
Greyhound Claire Swathwood took medalist honors shooting 68 with Elizabeth Mercer of Western finishing second on 71 and Shamrock Sam Brown finishing third on 72; Mercer advanced to the state finals as the first low score without a team.