The Boonville Lady Pirates golf team had the perfect ending to the regular season Thursday night while going on the road to face the Marshall Owls.
After placing third one day earlier in the NCMC Tournament at Marshall, the Lady Pirates seemed to have little trouble getting up for the Owls while finishing 20 strokes better 203-223.
The Lady Pirates closed out the regular season at 9-2 overall, which is the best record in the history of the program.
Boonville Lady Pirates golf coach Rob VanderLinden said senior McKenna Stumph again led the way and finished the season by winning every match but one this year. Also, VanderLinden said junior Jalyn Schnetzler shot her low score of the year. “The scores were a little higher today again as we played in hot, windy conditions,” VanderLinden said.
With a par of 35 for nine holes at Indian Foothills Golf Course, Stumph finished the meet with a score of 43 with four pars and four bogeys.
Schnetzler shot a round of 52 with one par and two bogeys while Olivia Reynolds finished the meet with a score of 53 with one par and two bogeys, Mille Dorman with a score of 55 with two bogeys, Alisa Newbold with a score of 57 with one bogey and Julianna Bromagen with a score of 65.
For Marshall, Hannah Hartwig had the low score with a round of 47.
The Boonville Lady Pirates golf team will compete in the Class 1 District 2 Tournament on Monday, Sept. 25th at Redfield Golf Course in Eugene.
Teams competing in the tournament along with Boonville are California, Cole Camp, Eldon, Eugene, Father Tolton, Green Ridge, Marshall, New Bloomfield, Russellville, Sacred Heart, Southern Boone and St. Paul Lutheran.