High school girls golf news
Here is the 2023 Times Golf All-Area Honor Roll, recognizing the accomplishments of our area’s sectional and state qualifiers this past season.
Here is the 2023 Herald-News Girls Golf All-Area Honor Roll, recognizing the accomplishments of our area’s state qualifiers this past season.
Lincoln-Way West senior Kaylee Dwyer, the Class 2A state champion, is the 2023 Herald-News Girls Golfer of the Year.
Prairie Ridge junior Jenna Albanese won the Fox Valley Conference individual championship and was the only local girls golfer to advance to the Class 2A state tournament. Albanese is the 2023 Northwest Herald Girls Golfer of the Year.
Meet the 2023 Northwest Herald All-Area girls golf team.
Brianna Chamoun was named the Daily Chronicle 2023 Golfer of the Year. She was the Girls Golfer of the Year in 2020 and an All-Area first-team selection in 2021 and 2022.
Benet senior Jenna Shilts, who led the Redwings to their second straight regional title, was a back-to-back regional champion and took second in the state for sixth-place Benet, is the Suburban Life girls golf Player of the Year.
A look at the top girls golfers in the NewsTribune area for the 2023 season, including players from La Salle-Peru, St. Bede, Princeton, Earlville and Fieldcrest.
La Salle-Peru junior Allie Thome is the 2023 NewsTribune Girls Golfer of the Year after cutting four strokes off her average and qualifying for sectional.
Hollarbush, who was medalist a 6 of 7 team duals, second in the Girls Catholic Athletic Conference and 13th place overall at the IHSA state meet, is the 2023 Chronicle girls Golfer of the Year.
On Oct. 7, Dixon senior Katie Drew tied for third at the IHSA Class 1A Girls Golf State Tournament at Red Tail Run in Decatur. She has been voted the Sauk Valley Media Athlete of the Week by readers and answered a few questions.
Here are the 2023 All-Kishwaukee River Conference girls and boys golf teams, led by Marengo's Emma Leucht and Richmond-Burton's Colten Miller.
Dixon High School golfer Katie Drew was voted the SBLive Athlete of the Week after tying for third place at the Class 1A State Girls Golf Tournament at Red Tail Run Golf Club in Decatur on Saturday.
Dixon's Katie Drew tied for third among 1A girls, Newman's Logan Palmer tied for 18th for 1A boys, the Fulton boys placed ninth among 1A teams, and Sterling's Mason Hubbard tied for 43rd for 2A boys on the final day of the IHSA state golf tournaments on Saturday.
Lincoln-Way West senior Kaylee Dwyer finished with an even-par 144 over two rounds to win the Class 2A state championship by two strokes. Lemont's boys team finished as the state runner-up in Class 2A.