High school girls golf news
If there was a regular season match featuring Kaneland, Katharine Marshall was the medalist. If there was a tournament the senior was competing in, she was a top-10 finisher. Marshall is the 2022 Daily Chronicle Golfer of the Year.
If there was a regular season match featuring Kaneland, Katharine Marshall was the medalist. If there was a tournament the senior was competing in, she was a top-10 finisher. She was named the joint Daily Chronicle and Kane County Chronicle golfer of the year.
St. Bede senior Gianna Grivetti is the 2022 NewsTribune Girls Golfer of the Year after leading the area in average, placing fourth in the Three Rivers Conference Meet and qualifying for the Class 1A Kewanee Sectional.
Gianna Grivetti averaged 44.9 for nine holes and 89.8 for 18 holes, was a three-time medalist, was First-Team All-Three Rivers Conference, placed fourth in the TRC Meet and finished top 10 at the Ottawa Invitational and the Class 1A Rock Falls Regional
Here's the leading ladies on the links this fall including golfers from Bureau Valley, Princeton and St. Bede.
Oregon senior Ava Hackman has qualified for state the past two seasons, and finished her career in style at the Class 1A state tournament on Oct. 8 at Red Tail Run in Decatur, shooting a two-day total of 159 (+15) to tie for 21st.
Marian Central's Ella Notaro made her state debut and tied for 35th overall at the Class 1A girls golf state tournament. For her performance, the Hurricanes junior was voted the Northwest Herald Athlete of the Week by readers.
Johnsburg's Riley Klotz took third at the Class 1A Johnsburg Regional to lead the Skyhawks to sectionals for the ninth straight year. The Skyhawks senior ended her high school career with a trip to state and was voted the Northwest Herald Athlete of the Week by readers.
Dixon junior Katie Drew tied for fifth at the Class 1A Girls Golf State Tournament on Saturday at Red Tail Run Golf Course in Decatur, leading a quartet of local golfers who all finished in the top 30.
Prairie Ridge junior Charlie Pettrone placed 17th at the IHSA Class 2A Boys Golf State Tournament on Saturday at Weibring Golf Course on the Illinois State University campus. And more in Saturday's prep roundup.
Dixon junior Katie Drew is tied for third after the first day of the Class 1A Girls Golf State Tournament, after shooting an opening-round 73. Oregon senior Ava Hackman also made the cut to Day 2, as did Amboy's Wes Wilson and Newman's Logan Palmer at the 1A boys meet.
Five McHenry County area golfers – Crystal Lake Central co-op's Delaney Medlyn, Johnsburg's Riley Klotz, Marian Central's Ella Notaro and Peter Louise and Prairie Ridge's Charlie Pettrone – will make their state debuts this weekend.
Johnsburg's Riley Klotz is the Kishwaukee River Conference Girls Golfer of the Year; Woodstock North co-op;s Frank Ferru and Richmond-Burton's Jeff Lehn share the KRC Boys Player of the Year award as the All-KRC teams are announced.
History was repeated for Dixon junior Katie Drew and Oregon senior Ava Hackman on Monday at the Class 1A Kewanee Sectional at Baker Park Golf Course, as both golfers secured return trips to the IHSA Class 1A Girls State Golf Tournament this weekend in Decatur.
Crystal Lake Central co-op’s Delaney Medlyn fired an 8-over-par 79 at the Class 2A Huntley Girls Golf Sectional on Monday to qualify for the IHSA State Tournament. That along with results from other golf sectionals, volleyball and tennis in the roundup.