By John Lachmann
Newport Central Catholic senior Chelsea Schack medaled for the second straight match but Cooper beat the Thoroughbreds, 189-243 on Thursday.
Schack fired a match-low 40.
MEDALIST: Schack (NCC), 4-over 40 on the front nine at Hickory Sticks. OTHER GOOD SCORES: Smith (C) 42; Pressman (C) 45. RECORDS: Cooper 5-1, NewCath 1-2.
WALTON-VERONA 208, WILLIAMSTOWN 210 – Bearcats sophomore Adriane Mason earned medalist honors for the third time this season.
Mason recorded one birdie en route to her match-low 39.
MEDALIST: Mason (WV) 3-over 39 on the front nine at Sugar Bay. RECORD: Walton-Verona 3-2.
CINCINNATI ST. URSULA 163, VILLA MADONNA 176 – Senior Nicole Zatorski was the Blue Lightning’s low golfer, shooting a 42.
MEDALIST: Markley (SU), even-par 36 on the front nine at Triple Crown. OTHER GOOD SCORES: Zatorski (VM) 42; Spritzky (VM) 43; Trenkamp (VM) 45. RECORDS: St. Ursula 1-0, Villa Madonna 0-1.
CINCINNATI URSULINE 162, NOTRE DAME 169 – Senior Jill Edgington’s 39 was the Pandas’ best score and one stroke behind medalist Abigail Wellens.
MEDALIST: Wellens (U), 3-over 38 on the back nine at Twin Oaks. OTHER GOOD SCORES: Edgington (ND) 39; Meyer (U) 39; Hammon (ND) 40. RECORDS: Ursuline 1-0, Notre Dame 0-1.
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