The Boonville Lady Pirates golf team finished fifth overall in the Marshall Tournament Tuesday at Indian Foothills Golf Course.
While playing in their first true 18 hole tournament this season, head coach Rob VanderLinden said the girls competed and it was a good test to see where they stand against other schools.
“It was also played on a nice golf course with fast greens set up for college players,” VanderLinden said. “Of the 11 schools participating, we wound up placing fifth. I was hoping for a little better place, but we were nine strokes away from third place. Olivia Reynolds was our lone medalist, tying for seventh place with a score of 107.”
In the final team standings, Eldon captured first with a score of 410. Sedalia Smith-Cotton finished second at 417, followed by Fulton at 431, Marshall at 438 and Boonville at 440.
Kassidy Hull of Hull was the individual champion with a 12-over par 84.
Brooke White of Fulton finished second with a score of 94, followed by Grace Hothens of Smith-Cotton at 98, Emallee Bennett of Eldon at 100, Ashton Hartmann of Fulton and Leah Weaver of Marshall at 103, Olivia Reynolds, Hannah Hartwig of Marshall and Kelsey Sharp of Smith-Cotton at 104 and Lilli Eichelberger of California at 106.
While finishing with a 32 over par for 18 holes, Reynolds also had two birdies, one par and three bogeys.
Alisa Newbold finished the tournament with a score of 108 with three pars and three bogeys while Mille Dorman added a score of 111 with one bogey, Jalyn Schnetlzer 117 with two bogeys and Lily Terrell 131 with one bogey.